Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
Jello shots – with Vickie Lester
Best Actor – Musical or Comedy – Golden Globes – Jack Lemmon in gowns by Orry-Kelly
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Just sayin…and I know it is a question of perspective but look how much bigger, in a wonderful sense, she is in that first still..it is amazing isn’t it how she eats up the camera?
She seems so real in every role, and yet her preparation was legendary. Very few other performers so loved by camera.
True, Heather! And, *I* can’t help but notice how scandalously low-cut her negligee is in the last shot… Why do the words “almost falling out” occur to me?! 😉 Oh, dear! Bwahahaha! I do love her dreamy expression in that image.
Double-stick tape has saved many from a wardrobe mishap!
Why did I KNOW that you were going to make such a comment Mr K?
George,well it was the tail end of the fifties and soon the sixties would happen so maybe she was toying with the idea of becoming an early dropout.
Buh dum tish (sound of cymbals).
the fuzzy end of the lollipop.
best line. ever.
I LOVE that line. And use it sometimes, too.
😉 It covers a whole range of possibilities, doesn’t it? Like a lot of Billy Wilder’s dialogue.
it’s a good’un. indeed.
I bet you could rattle off half a dozen from the movie!
with the mock Cary Grant “No-bo-dy-speaks-like-thaat” too 😉
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