Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
Halloween Kids – 1925 – Hollywood
“I have always believed my most compelling quality to be my inner strength, something I am easily able to share with an audience. I’m very comfortable in my own skin. I never thought my looks would have anything to do with becoming a star. Yet it seems that in some ways they did.” Maureen O’Hara
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Tagsbased on the novel by Mary Shelley Boris Karloff BRIDE OF FRANKENSTEIN Colin Clive directed by James Whale Elsa Lanchester FRANKENSTEIN produced by Carl Laemmle screenplay by William Hurlbut sequel Universal Horror Films
Oh, look at the poor fellow. Frankenstein’s Creature c’est moi.
Give me a pair of pliers and maybe we can do something about those bolts in your neck 😉
Be well my British friend!
You’re so thoughtful 😉
Frankensteins creatures companion.The look that started a thousand Gothic Girls.
And I can understand why, Elsa’s so cute!
I like many a Goth Girl.Truly The Munsters ruined me.
Now, did you tell me your youngest was Goth or Emo?
Vickie,she is an Emo,although think it quite likely that she would say she is not.
Vickie,yes 1980s.She could be singing up there with The Sisters of Mercy.If you have not heard them-You Tube them.
Oh, I remember The Sisters of Mercy 😉 .
Vickie,so you remember The Sisters of Mercy.I still like them.The lovely Ofra Haza also contributed to one of their tracks-Temple of Love-maybe more??
What stupendous hair that bride has… I could see it making a come back for next season’s matrimonial styles!
The Perfumed Dandy
To me it’s very 1980s – big hair – lots of product!
You are so right… I can imagine The Cure or The Thompson Twins (groups I’m not convinced would have made it to America) sporting just such haircuts come to think of it!
The Perfumed Dandy
So much gel…
Ofra Haza had such a sad end.
Wow. Ofra Haza. I have many of her Vinyls. What a morning. I wake up to the news of Maureen O’Hara has passed. Elsa Lanchester (screaming) yes, but she did it so well. ICONIC!
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