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Ooh, it's that hot road stallion, Buzzzz!  (sound of engines revving)  Jean-Claude, you really know the ART of pleasing a man!  (I'm referring to your skill with the capture button, sweetheart).

And Michael, it's great to see someone who really KNOWS the Sixties!  The ultimate laugh trio would be Paul Lynde, von Zipper and Buzz! Oh boy.

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Testing. 1, 2, 3... / Re: The 120 second Rule
« on: February 09, 2005, 09:35:50 PM »
This is just my opinion, but I think one reason for the lag time is because the mods have to read EVERY POST.  If there weren't a lag time, there might wind up being a lot more posts for them to have to go through.

I personally like the mods, and I cherish the notion that they might, occasionally, enjoy "a life" beyond the glittering fields of these boards. (!)

G.

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Current Talk '05 I / Re: Doing scenes in the coffins.
« on: February 09, 2005, 07:58:45 PM »
Penny, you ARE the coolest, spookiest chick!

Back a few years ago when the Sci Fi channel was working on an aborted documentary about DS, it's too bad they couldn't have filmed your basement, perhaps with a worn-out party-goer snoozing away inside!  I heard they were looking for a fan who actually slept inside a coffin, altho I don't think this is what they had in mind!

cheers, Gothique

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Current Talk '05 I / Re: Count Yorga and DS
« on: February 08, 2005, 10:33:54 PM »
Thanks, Michael.  I never knew that Quarry survived that kind of attack.  I thought he'd just decided to do something else besides horror movies, but his IMDB listings shows otherwise.

I think his most bizarre role has to be "Deathmaster."  I watched a little bit of that on late night TV back in the mid 70s and was shocked at what a bomb it looked to be, given the good look of the first Yorga movie.

G.

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Luciaphil's Idle Thoughts '05 / Re: Say It with Flowers - Episodes 41 & 42
« on: February 08, 2005, 07:10:15 PM »
Hooray for Francis Swann!  As I recall it, we still get some of Art Wallace.  I hadn't ever tracked that the whole real-time thing went right through the period when Wallace was writing the show single-handedly (so far as we know).

Do tell more about Francis Swann's novels.  If they're worth having, I'll keep an eye out on eBay (or alibris, or wherever).

Just have to comment that your remarks about Maggie and Carolyn crack me up!  As regards the Mistress of Casa Evans, I had no idea that they ran articles in the Sixties Readers Digest about how to handle your pet alkie, but how she behaves certainly sounds like chapter and verse from RD.

You never comment about the music, so I just have to note that I *love* the background music for that restaurant in Bangor.

More babble from me later on about these shows.  Thank you so much for writing.  I hope you are feeling better today.

Steve

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Midnite, those images are just *gorgeous*!  Thanks so much for posting them!

I wonder whether Jeannie would turn Cassandra's wig into a dead possum if the two passed each other shopping at Ohrbach's and Jeannie caught Cass smirking at her?

It would be funny to see Cass put up one hand to slightly adjust the wig (as she was wont to do), touch a dead snout, and let out a piercing SHRIEK!

G.

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Current Talk '05 I / Re: DULL SHADOWS
« on: February 07, 2005, 02:20:25 AM »
Well, many thanks for posting that link.  I wrote that article years ago for what was supposed to have been a special Leviathans issue of Shadows of the Night print fanzine, and had not a clue that it had found its way to that website, since the editor stopped replying to my emails shortly after I submitted the article to him.

It's always nice to find out what has happened to one of "the kids" long after it left home...

G.

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That's the one!

She has some real howlers in this one, but the  line about the Chinese Water Torture takes the cake!  I honestly think only Grayson could have been that nutty to have actually said that!

G.

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Oh, Jean-Claude, my dear, lovely man, you ARE Wicked!!!

G.

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Thanks, Darren, for clarifying that.  I had the feelling that what you said was the case.

It's good to know that someone did check, so now we know as certainly as we know anything... She did say in an interview that she had done it.  I have another interview where she talks about how Disney loved to come and hang out with her on the set, and told her his life story in stages... Seems as if she could charm just about anyone.

Apparently he asked to see a scene from Iguana and they ran the beach scene.  Dear Walt did not have a clue what was going on, but loved the way GH *emoted.*

btw, note to Jean-Claude--Grayson does have some dialogue in the film--not much, but a little. She only has 3, maybe 4 scenes in it.

G.

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Oh yes, mine is VERY politically incorrect... Grayson babbles in "Ching Chong" fake chinoiserie, then exclaims, "Wait a minute, I don't even SPEAK Chinese!"

One thought that just occurred to me today is that the recording of her voice may have been slightly speeded up, resulting in a vocal timbre that just doesn't sound much like GH.

I'd really love to have a copy of Disney's file on this.  Do you have any idea to whom I would write about that?

Steve

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Well, just to add another layer to the puzzle, Grayson herself stated in at least one interview ca. 1970 that she *had* done this record.

It's possible that they recorded her for it, but then decided to use the other actress.  Who knows.  I wonder whether they have the original master tape in their vaults?

I can just persuade myself that it's her, particularly when she does the Chinese water torture thing... It just DOESN'T sound like her voice most of the time, though.

Steve

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Calendar Events / Announcements '05 I / Re: Bette's Birthday!!! FRIDAY
« on: February 03, 2005, 08:57:31 PM »
Have a wonderful day, doing what you like best!

Blessings of health, prosperity, joy and hope for your New Year!

Steve

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I want Old Acquaintance (Bette Davis vs. Miriam Hopkins), in ANY format.

As for Boom!, its brilliant elan and maverick kick-in-the-guts disregard for bourgeois conventions of narrative, characterization, and an audience's ability to withstand pages of Liz Taylor's shrillest invective, have placed it far beyond the pale of conventional standards of excellence.

But I digress...

G.

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This is all the funnier if you are aware of a mid Sixties interview in which Grayson mentions having been approached by the director to play in the Graduate.

She didn't mention which role, but I'm sure you know which one *I* see her in.

"Do you want me to SEDUCE you?"

G.

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