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Young at Heart: Ethel Barrymore and Frank Sinatra

One of my favorite all-time movies, Young at Heart (1954, produced by Gordon Douglas), revolves around the Tuttle sisters, Fran, Laurie, and Amy, in their search for love. 678 more words

Billy Rose's Jumbo Blu-ray Review

“Billy Rose’s Jumbo” is a good old fashioned musical. 411 more words

Blu-Ray Review

Manic Monday #5 Challenge - Sentimental Journey

For those that enjoy challenges, and if you like music… you might have some fun with this.  It’s called Manic Monday.  Welcome to the 5th installment! 302 more words


AFI: Honor Days

Hey, AFI! It’s me; again. Now, just putting aside for the moment the Travesty you’ve visited upon The Genius of Woody Allen, it’s obvious that you do give posthumous awards; otherwise, the late wonderful Doris Day would have long before Keaton, received something for her body of work. 116 more words

Doris Day

Directed by: Michael Gordon
With: Rock Hudson, Doris Day, Tony Randall, Thelma Ritter

Pillow Talk is universally considered the first sex comedy, a new movie genre that became very popular during the Sixties. 833 more words


In search of lasagna

July 29 is National Lasagna Day.

Sometimes I hear the name of a food immediately associate it with a classic sitcom episode. Other times, as in the case of lasagna, it’s a bit more difficult to come up with an idea for a post. 640 more words

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