OK, I am going to have to have a talk with Rain.
She made this week truly difficult for me with her theme of Tragedies and Melodramas. There are so many directions one can go with this. I mean, I really had to use
my brain to work on this one.
OK, I know, stop being so melodramatic about it. (giggle)
Back to theme. I listen to ObsoleteOddity.
Simply the best tragedies and melodrama historical stories.
So if you have time click on the video below and listen to a very good read. Then go the the link and subscribe. You won't be disappointed.
I also had to show photos of two of my favorite
actresses of all time.
Bette Davis and Joan Crawford. Two women that made several movies together, some, that were Grammy hits. On screen you would never know that in real life they disliked each other to fullest extent.
This is the quick explanation of their tragic and at times melodramatic hate for one another.
Bette had been jealous of Crawford's affair with Clark Gable, on whom she had a crush, but it was Franchot Tone who the two really fell out over. Tone, who was dating Crawford, was Davis's leading man in Dangerous. Davis fell in love with him, but he married Crawford.
I am not the only one who thinks that some of the best movies they made together turned out so well due to the fact that their emotions were thick with distain for each other. What Ever Happened to Baby Jane? ( 1962)
The Women (1939) Possessed (1931) Mildred Pierce (1945) Sudden Fear (1952) The Letter (1940) Now, Voyager (1942) Deception (1946). If you want a quick view check out this site just click here
Have a great day everyone!
Be Safe Out There And Wear A Mask!
Honor and integrity in art, in life.