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Roman Holiday

Year Released: 1953
Main Stars: Audrey Hepburn, Gregory PeckEddie Albert                        
Review Date: April 2017 (only just within my close-to-view-time review criteria but in my defence I wrote the review about January) 333 more words

Film Review

The Persistence of Memory - and when you wish it wouldn't

I was reminded yesterday of something that happened on my honeymoon. It’s in no way private or personal, and if it’s derogatory in any way, then that’s about me, so I feel able to share this example of just how memory can assert itself in a way you’d rather it wouldn’t. 554 more words

The Goggle-Box

March 15, 2017 Goodbye City Life

Eddy Albert, The Eddy Albert Album, Columbia CS-9399, 1966

CBS was on a roll with “rural” comedies in the 60s.  The success of The Beverly Hillbillies… 264 more words

Dinner & a Movie: Roman Holiday (1953)

I recently checked a new book out from the library, TCM: Movie Night Menus: Dinner and Drink Recipes Inspired by the Films we Love.  While I questioned some of the meals, I liked the idea of pairing a meal and a cocktail with a film.   1,235 more words


Who's Got the Action (1962)

Some “stars” are just too good looking to be kept apart so it should come as no surprise that the coolest member of The Rat Pack, Dean Martin should find himself starring opposite the blonde love goddess, Lana Turner in this comical tale of love and gambling that easily allows the many character players to rise up and steal scene after scene starting with number 2 man, Eddie Albert. 695 more words

Daily Take

Escape to Witch Mountain (1975)

You know who has the best rogues’ gallery in all of TV and films? I’m not talking about the fictional villains, but the actors who played them. 613 more words


The Dude Goes West (1948)

The year is 1876, and Brooklyn gunsmith Daniel Bone (Eddie Albert) has decided to close up shop. Having inherited the business from his father, he thinks it’s time for a change. 389 more words