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3 things about W.S. Van Dyke's ANOTHER THIN MAN

Another Thin Man

1. He pauses from his highball to unlatch the trunk for her.
2. A pen full of babies.
3. She suddenly transforms into a tough-talking dame.

3 other things.

Elizabeth: New Book Squee – This Time Around

I’ve been going through a reading phase lately, due in large part to the staggering size of the TBR pile that is threatening to swallow up my library.  818 more words

Good Books

After the Thin Man

After the Thin Man, 1936, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer. Starring William Powell, Myrna Loy, James Stewart. Directed by W.S. Van Dyke. B&W, 112 minutes

Nick (William Powell) and Nora (Myrna Loy) Charles have returned to their San Francisco home, just in time for a New Year’s celebration thrown in part in their honor. 530 more words

Classic Films

Unsung Heroes Blogathon - Myrna Loy

When I first heard of this great idea for a blogathon hosted by KG’s Movie Rants, I could think of no one better to write about than Myrna Loy. 613 more words

Film

Special Agent Martin V

Someone said that the strength of the Foreign Service are its people. They come from all walks of life. Most follow the traditional path: a university degree with a major in political science, economics, and the like. 1,114 more words

True Stories

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martini, tcm, myrna loy, turner classic movies, william powell, the thin man, w.s. van dyke Gif for Fun at your Time

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About me

TCM is weirding me out. First there were giant ants in the river behind me. Now there’s a guy named Brick bossing John Wayne around. Next up is the Thin Man, which I haven’t been in a long time. 46 more words

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