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Remembering now, after thirty years of antipsychotic medication and finally being well enough not to need it.How I stood in Sarah's mothers allotment...

ALL-TIME CLASSIC MOVIE FAVOURITES – KNIGHT WITHOUT ARMOUR (1937)

“Knight Without Armour” is a historical drama, screenplay by Tom Mankiewicz based on the novel by James Hilton and Directed by Jacques Feyder.

Ecstatically Inclined

is better than a bad deal! Just some fun. Still film shot, no known © issues.

ALL-TIME CLASSIC MOVIE FAVOURITES – YANKEE DOODLE DANDY (1942)

“Yankee Doodle Dandy” is a Musical Biographical Drama, Screenplay by Robert Buckner, Edmund Joseph, Julius J. Epstein and Philip G. Epstein Original Story by Robert Buckner, Music by George M. Cohan and Directed by Michael Curtiz.

Mahoney's Office

I was shocked if not surprised at the death of Mahoney. I learned about it last week. The last time I saw him, he didn't look good although he was always too closely resembling (in his own words) either a "young Peter Lorre or an old Orson Welles". One thing he had was a hand that was perfect for holding a glass of beer no matter what size. We used to drink together when we were young and have the most confounding of conversations which always made sense to us but were threatening/infuriating/hilarious to others. I dug his massive vocabulary and he dug mine. We didn't get a chance to use them as much as we would have liked, so when we got together, we jazzed it up. We often talked of baked otters and black out shades and redundant ethnic quips. I've been trying for the last couple of days to write something about Mahoney when I came to inspiration point and tried to imagine the kind of conversation/ observation/dissertationwe would have shared on the available topic had we had another chance to kick it around and chop it up. I'm gonna name this "piece" Mahoney's Office after him and bid my bud adieu.

ALL-TIME CLASSIC MOVIE FAVOURITES – DUNKIRK (1958)

“Dunkirk” is a World War II drama, screenplay by David Divine and W.P. Lipscomb based on the Novel’s by Lt. Col. Ewan Butler, Major J.S. Bradford M.B.E. M.C. and Trevor Dudley Smith and Directed by Leslie Norman.

ALL-TIME CLASSIC MOVIE FAVOURITES – BICENTENNIAL MAN (1999)

“Bicentennial Man” is a Comedy Sci-Fi Drama, screenplay by Nicholas Kazan based on the short story by Isaac Asimov and Directed by Chris Columbus.
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ALL-TIME CLASSIC MOVIE FAVOURITES – THE STRAWBERRY BLONDE (1941)

“The Strawberry Blonde” is a Musical Romantic Comedy, Screenplay by Julius J. Epstein and Philip G. Epstein, from the Play by James Hagan and Directed by Raoul Walsh.

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