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CARY GRANT – THAT JE NE SAIS PAS – SUSPICION
WRITTEN ON THE WIND – REVIEWED BY BOSLEY CROWTHER OF THE NEW YORK TIMES
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I am nothing if not shamelessly predictable, but I *love* this picture most of all of the sequence so far! Lively! Roz Russell, *sigh*. Oh, and Penny Serenade, so tearjerking… I must admit to enjoying that sad/happy movie. So moving. Cary and Irene…
glorious glimpse of yesteryear glam.
It was a notable ceremony in lots of regards, but note… no black tie and somewhat glammed down gowns… because of WWII… INNATE GLAM… I kind of prefer it to the sparkle 😉
the inner sheen.
Oh hola? I most certainly agree. Goodness, what a better night it would be if it were not about the gowns…but about exactly all that is in this wonderful photo…
I think the BAFTA’s still have a joie de vivre that the Oscars now lack…
Well I have Penny Serenade from one of our very generous British newspapers who supply such delights for free.I really must watch it now.
Get out your hankie!
Vickie,I am a real blubber when I get going so better make that two hankies,with a backup third.
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