Eat well, be thankful, sleep soundly.
Happy Thanksgiving Jonathan!
Any plans to watch cinematic turkeys or movies about food?
Happy Thanksgiving, Jonathan.Is this an outtake from Night of the Hunter?"What really happened to your mother, children?"
Happy Thanksgiving, Jonathan!For some reason, seeing Robert Mitchum looking coy and girlish really creeps me out.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! We're sleeping nine people in the house since Tuesday with another five coming over later for a total of fourteen for dinner so it's controlled chaos here right now. Thanks Marisa, I hope you have a great Thanksgiving too.Peter, no plans for movie watching today. Too many people, too many kids. But there will be plenty of eating.Rick, yes that's a shot from an early version of the script where Agee had Mitchum eat Winters' remains. Bill, me too! I kind of chose it for that reason. Mitchum looks so odd posing as a homebody. And I love the amateurishness of the photograph. I mean, they didn't even bother to hide the cord and camera light behind him. And the kids were probably terrified.
I just noticed today's banner. I generally really don't care for John Hughes, but damn it, Planes, Trains and Automobiles is a damn good movie. Really, really funny, and genuinely moving. I should buy the DVD this weekend and watch it.
I'm not a Hughes fan either but I love that movie. It's his best by far and Martin and Candy are great together.
Happy Thanksgiving, JL.Nice photo. Yes, I know about Bob's orientation...but I can't help but think Jim Nabors is off in his dining room setting the table...
That's the funniest comment I've read in a while. And now I can't get those commercials out of my head from the seventies of the Jim Nabors albums where the songs scrolled up the screen while Jim belted out one old warhorse after another. Happy Thanksgiving Ray!
"Rick, yes that's a shot from an early version of the script where Agee had Mitchum eat Winters' remains."Ach, ach... pity it didn't make it to the final editing! Imagine today's critics referring to "Night Of the Hunter" also as a predecessor to George A. Romero's classics!
Gloria, in the cannibal version of Night of the Hunter Mitchum's character has "Salt" and "Pepr" tatooed on his knuckles.
in the cannibal version of Night of the Hunter Mitchum's character has "Salt" and "Pepr"tatooed on his knuckles.Apparently the original Night of the Hunter not only predicted the zombie films, but the rise of net-speak. It is more prescient than Nostradamus ever was.
I suppose he could have "P" on the first knuckle, "ep" on the second, "pe" on the third and an "r" on the last but then it'd be all scrunched up. Plus, Agee and Laughton totally saw texting arriving in the near future. They were visionaries.
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