Tales from Tinseltown…recording them now…I'll let you know when it's story time.
Hollywood at War, Marlene Dietrich, performed on the front lines, often at great peril—earned the Medal of Freedom
The lighter side of Alfred Hitchcock
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I say about my Mom that anyone who dislikes her is someone that I can’t trust as she is such a wonderful person. I do believe the same can be said about the legacy of Mr. Stewart…
He said of himself that he played “everyman” but he really had incredible range…
I agree with that as well and he never strained credubility no matter what the role…So different than our outer transformers of the 70s/80s like Mr DeNiro and Ms Streep and yet how much more challenging to completey shift the inner terrain!
That’s it! Actors of the Classic Movie Era were masters of the inner terrain…
If you can (while you’re here) try to catch The Normal Heart on HBO. Last act, I couldn’t stop crying. Perhaps the most wonderful performance of Mark Ruffalo’s life.
Love, love, love, love, love (to infinity) James Stewart.
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