The Producers — “We’ll play the countessa and the chauffeur!”

estelle-winwood-portrait-1918-706x1024LOVE Estelle Winwood — to have been alive when she was onstage and to have seen her perform…

You know me chickadees, it’s never straightforward on Beguiling. Today’s theme is about make-believe/fantasy/imagination, and its significant role in romantic relationships. Anybody care to chime in?

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  1. Heather in Arles
    November 17, 2013

    Looks like not a soul did dare! Subject declared too hot to handle!!!

    • November 17, 2013

      Isn’t that funny? I thought people would be burbling…

  2. November 18, 2013

    I’ve never seen a photo of her an er as a young woman woman, she was quite gorgeous! Did you ever see the movie Murder by Death? She has a small part in it but she’s hilarious.

    As for the role of fantasy and role-playing in relationships, why the heck not? In fact, maybe I’ll ask Mr. Weebles if he wants to play The Soldier and the Red Cross Girl later.

    • November 18, 2013

      A Farewell to Arms, or more MASH? Or shouldn’t I ask?

      Estelle was an ethereal beauty, a witty correspondent, and a great theatrical presence. And, I do remember her in Murder by Death. I think she must have been a scene stealer too!

      • November 18, 2013

        In my mind, it would be more A Farewell to Arms, but in reality it would be a lot more MASH, I’m sure, but with more slapstick and bloopers.

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