. . . LOVES ME NOT.

Anthropologist Helen Fisher says: “People live for love. They kill for love, they die for love. They have songs, poems, novels, sculptors, paintings, myths and legends.”

IF YOU WANT A THING YOU CAN’T HAVE…DO YOU  REALLY  WANT IT?

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FORD & HITCHCOCK: A TALE OF TWO MEN

Heavens to Murgatroid…I’m no scholar. No aficionado. I have a passing knowledge of one…and am a groupie of the other. JOHN FORD and ALFRED HITCHCOCK are two of the most famous directors in the history of movies.

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MY FAVORITE FILMS OF 1946

MY FAVORITE FILMS OF 1946

The war is over and things are still a little dark on my list. I’ve seen thirty-five movies this year, and what a wonderful year for movies. I mean how can I go wrong with a list that contains the gorgeousness of Cary Grant, not to mention The Blonde, The Brunette and The Red Head of the 1940’s.

Let the List begin…

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