Quick announcement: I will be unable to create a queue for my break because it is sort of late and I have to watch Law & Order with my mother.
Time rushes by, love rushes by, life rushes by, but the Red Shoes go on.
The Red Shoes (1948), Michael Powell
Going on Hiatus starting tomorrow and going until a-little-later-than-mid-April. Please tag me in anything you want me to see.
Margaret Lockwood and Michael Redgrave star in The Stars Look Down (1940).
Alright. Change of subject. I would rather not cry about this year’s dead actors and actresses until I actually see the “In Memoriam”. And then I will simply weep all night.
And then the old Hollywood fandom cried until there were no tears left to cry.
PRAYER CIRCLE FOR ALL MY FELLOW CLASSIC HOLLYWOOD FANS WHO HAVE TO ENDURE THE ‘IN MEMORIAM’ PORTION OF THE OSCARS EVERY YEAR
I am extremely displeased at the moment because I just discovered that by some awful accident I set my television to record all episodes of The Andy Griffith Show when I only meant to record one episode because someone was in that particular episode as a guest (I forget who). So then I left my television set alone for quite a while due to my busy schedule. This was the set where I had recorded all of my classic movies (some of which are very rarely shown and not on DVD). Now all of the things I wanted to watch have been deleted and replaced by almost 200 episodes of The Andy Griffith Show, which I am not particularly fond of.