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Anita Bolster had a great little role as a sinister housekeeper in a 1940s film I saw last year.  I believe Agnes Moorehead was in it too. 

She had a surprisingly active career--she keeps popping up in various things from the 1940s through the 1960s.

G.

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Current Talk '08 II / Re: Discuss - Ep #0671
« on: November 11, 2008, 08:16:52 PM »
MSC,

your last post reminds me of a famous comment of Angelique's to a certain tycoon, which I'll paraphrase:

"From Patchwork Skirt to Junior Sophisticate--my, how the waitress has risen!"

cheers, G.

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Current Talk '08 II / Re: To YOU who is the hottest male on the original?
« on: November 11, 2008, 08:10:29 PM »
Ooh!  Is the dear Lieutenant happy to see me, or is that a Weapon of Mass Destruction he's got throbbing in his britches??

Happy Remembrance Day, Mysterioso Dahling!

cheers, G.

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Great photo, Jimbo. Thanks for sharing!

Barbara still has star power after all these years.  Love those earrings!

G.

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Current Talk '08 II / Re: Edit on DS Collectors set 6
« on: November 09, 2008, 07:56:24 PM »
I know I feel sad anytime I think about never again hearing a Bronx-accented male voice off-camera bellowing at darling Bathia Mapes: "Go to the house!"

I'd pay for a compilation of special moments that MPI's goody-two-shoes DVD staff edited out of the discs...

G.

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That's fantastic news Borgosi!  Thanks for sharing.

G.

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Current Talk '23 I / Re: A New Slideshow Is Coming
« on: November 08, 2008, 12:19:33 AM »
Ah, DEAR Gregory, finally granted the ideal sanctum for his meditations!

I just LOVE Judith's phone calls to Gregory!  I'm glad they gave her several.  Joan Bennett is Goddess!

G.

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Current Talk '08 II / Re: Edit on DS Collectors set 6
« on: November 07, 2008, 10:21:56 PM »
How many times do we have to tell MPI to instruct their authoring dept that we don't want ANY edits on the DS discs?

Since this is the final release, complaints are pretty much pointless.  Thanks to Joey for letting us know.

G.

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Current Talk '23 I / Re: A New Slideshow Is Coming
« on: November 07, 2008, 07:50:10 PM »
Midnite darling, I did PM the MB a couple of suggestions, but that line is a real classic.  And how Grayson played Julia's reaction to the word "blood" is another of the great moments in the Grand Gallery of Julian Delights!

I'm smiling now just thinking of it, in the midst of a dreary, overly busy Friday afternoon.  Thank you for that dear.

xo G.

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It would be nice if Blaisedon would be included as an extra on one of the DVDs.  It doesn't seem to warrant a stand-alone release, although it is a fun snippet and I've watched it several times over the years.

G.

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Calendar Events / Announcements '08 II / Re: Slightly OT: Strange Paradise
« on: November 06, 2008, 07:51:38 PM »
Well, I am going to be revisiting the final 13 weeks of Strange Paradise at some point, since I finally got hold of decent copies of the episodes--several of the tapes I had gotten hold of previously for those weeks were really horrendous quality--so, I may revise my opinion somewhat.  I just find the major plot twist of those weeks very difficult to swallow, because both the major premise and a lot of the related supporting stuff flatly contradicts what we were shown in the previous two storylines.

I'm pleased that you have been able to get hold of info regarding plotting, story outlines, etc. because I have been wondering ever since I got to see the series as an adult why it seemed to change stream so abruptly on a couple of occasions. 

G.

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Calendar Events / Announcements '08 II / Re: Slightly OT: Strange Paradise
« on: November 06, 2008, 03:26:00 PM »
I thought the series jumped the shark after the completion of Tudi Wiggins' second story arc.  The last 13 weeks of that show are something of a puzzlement--they brought in a new writer and had some really egregious disruptions of the story continuity.  It's still fun to watch, mainly because of such stalwarts as Colin Fox, Cosette Lee, Jack Creley, and the delightful Pat Moffatt--but some of the additions to the cast (I'm thinking particularly of Trudy Young and Jack Goodier) are at the level of bad community theatre.

G.

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Calendar Events / Announcements '08 II / Re: Slightly OT: Strange Paradise
« on: November 05, 2008, 08:33:17 PM »
Bryan, the updates are fabulous!  I'm more excited than ever about the book.

Excellent work!

Best,

Steve

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Thanks, David.  I had heard this news through the grapevine.  Really quite sad.

Uncle Forry was in a number of films as a cameo performer, always a fun turn.  His mag offered up my first visions of the magic of fantasy films, horror and, as he liked to call it "scientifiction."  I have a memory of my grandfather buying a copy of FM for my sister and me on an outing when I was 7 or so, to my mother's chagrin. 

I don't think younger fans today realize how much FM and similar mags meant to us back in those pre-Internet, pre-DVD days.  They were a vital link with the people and films we loved.

Vale Forry!

G.

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Current Talk '08 II / Re: Discuss - Ep #0664
« on: November 04, 2008, 10:12:26 PM »
Hi Nelson, I don't recall Crystal being in Trask's "Your Hit Parade" line-up for Barn in '68.  If she had been there, it would have been very confusing for the audience because the character was not a part of the original 1795 story.

G.

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