Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
Well, that woke me up. 4.7 earthquake centered on the Westside. Not huge. Everyone okay?
Slats, the MGM lion, ready for his close-up, 1926
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Wouldn’t that make a wonderful art piece blown up to wall-size? Methinks yes!
I always thought this was such fun. Heather, I’m thinking hanging lamp in the library, complete with plane whirling around the globe!
Another beautiful idea!
Do you think Universal would try to repossess your wall for copyright infringement? Teasing! Just teasing. It’s a great idea!!!
Wow – this one looks SO OLD! I love the not-to-scale airplane.
I have a picture my dad did in grade school hanging on my wall, and he drew a bi-plane. It was cutting edge (back then).
Love the various Universal logos (except for the godawful amateurish CGI one they had from the late nineties until recently, when it was replaced by a superior), this is one of my favorites, tho’ my favorite was the logo and sequence from the Seventies to the Nineties. Yes, I am noidy, what of it?!
I will look that one up!
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