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July 20, 2009

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Campaspe

I don't fall into any of those categories, but you left one out: Fans of Overripe Intertitles. And it sure looks like I done struck oil with THAT one.

Plus, that looks suspiciously like an old dark house Heatherton is dancing around.

Something in your last shot reminded me of this line from Donahue's Wikipedia entry: "The union ended two years later when Allen claimed in divorce proceedings that Donahue was constantly late for dinner and ignored her."

papa zita

C'mon Siren, Conrad was a real renaissance man, from movie villain in The Killers to narrator in Rocky and Bullwinkle and the Fugitive and who knows how many shows, to producing and directing, starring in a couple of TV shows, what's not to love?

;)

James Wolcott

It is said that Joey Heatherton studied ballet under Balanchine, but I can spot no traces of the Balanchine style or technique in her steamy jukebox go-go solo in Twilight of Honor, where, as Nick Adams' wife, she infused genuine feeling into the line, "I hope he croaks." I haven't seen My Blood Runs Cold, but from the stills Joey's gyrations here don't appear to be Balanchinian in origin either; perhaps her hips were their own choreographer, answering only to the beat. Further study is warranted, if Dave Kehr is up to the task.

D Cairns

The fact that there's a film called My Blood Runs Cold, and a film called I Wake Up Screaming, makes me feel there should be a third film to complete the symptoms trilogy, perhaps to be entitled And Then I Just kind of Throw Up in My Pants.

Diane Rainey

Glenn- is the Jack Torrance you reference here the same role that Jack Nicholson played in The Shining? God, I loved that film...one favorite scene is with bartender "Hello, Lloyd...".

Jeff

All work and no play makes Glenn a dull boy. All work and no play makes Glenn a dull boy. All work and no play makes Glenn a dull boy. All work and no play makes Glenn a dull boy. All work and no play makes Glenn a dull boy. All work and no play makes Glenn a dull boy. All work and no play makes Glenn a dull boy. All work and no play makes Glenn a dull boy. All work and no play makes Glenn a dull boy. All work and no play makes Glenn a dull boy. All work and no play makes Glenn a dull boy. All work and no play makes Glenn a dull boy.

Diane Rainey

Jeff...redrum! redrum! redrum! Loved Shelly Duval in that movie as well. Perfect casting.

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