"I'll admit I may have seen better days,
but I'm still not to be had for the price of a cocktail,
like a salted
Oh, I started watching the remake of this with Kate Winslet. Every scene was beautiful.
Reminds me of my childhood.
Mildred Pierce is one of my favourite films. Are you playing the part of Lottie today? Or is a Joan Crawford/Ann Blyth scenario?(Re: deleted blog post) Here's an online hug, if that's any use!
Love the old movies. Yes, I too would have slapped that silly, sassy tongue right out of her and asked if she had anything else to say. lol
I have no idea why but I have always hated Joan Crawford so I never saw this film in its entirety .. my husband loved it though :)
You seem to be hurting a bit today.
Oooh, I enjoyed that John! Love a bit of Joan, even better with a bit of Bette.
Love.Love.Love. :) Bobbie
Jeez, my Mom was a waitress too but we sure as hell didn't live in a mansion like that, with servants and a piano! But Hollywood never misrepresents reality, does it?
That's why it is so great ... who wants to see a film about people struggling to make the rent and keep the husband interested .. I am a child of Disney lol
Quite the entitled miss ...I think this touches on one of the reasons I have fallen away from most movies, modern or older. People in movies don't act sensibly. They go into haunted woods, they never say what they mean (which would avoid misunderstandings), they don't use their brains !! Yes, I'm back to using exclamation marks!
Yes !! the walking into haunted woods , no matter how many times you sit there and tell them, Don't Go There !! :)Or Don't Open That Door ... :(
Thanks for reminding me John just how much i love old movies... I need to get back to watching some... So many i haven't seen.... A few people think you are not doing well today.. if thats true i hope you feel better soon. Hugs! deb
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