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Haiku About Rita Hayworth

Haiku About Rita Hayworth

Put the blame on Mame
Gilda? Lady From Shanghai?
Cinematic queen

Poetry

On My Doorstep – Part Thirteen

Along the Guildford Road on the left just after the Old Guildford Road forks off it is to be found Frimhurst Family House which offers a much needed refuge for children and parents from the stresses of daily life. 586 more words

Culture

Musical Monday: Tonight and Every Night (1945)

It’s no secret that the Hollywood Comet loves musicals.
In 2010, I revealed I had seen 400 movie musicals over the course of eight years. Now that number is over 500. 871 more words

Musical Monday

Movie Review - "Only Angels Have Wings" (1939)

There’s one scene that really stuck with me after watching “Only Angels have Wings.” It is near the beginning of the movie, after we have been introduced to our leading lady, Bonnie Lee (Jean Arthur), arriving the small South American port of Barranca, a village that sits quietly between the sea and the Andes Mountains. 673 more words

Movies

Only Angels Have Wings (1939)

Someday I’ll get a straight answer from you, and I won’t know what to do with it.

Howard Hawks’s Only Angels Have Wings is full of individuals lost in underlying turmoil but manage to dig themselves deeper, rather than find a way out.

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Film

STARS GALORE IN THE WESTWOOD GALAXY

Rick’s Journal    —    MY FILM CAREER

CELEBRITIES I HAVE KNOWN

I’ve seen celebrities in the theater (as playgoers, not thespians).  I’ve seen them at the movies.  860 more words

Vivien Leigh