Of course… I’m going to write about a Joan Crawford film that I’ve barely seen. At this point in time. They claimed that her career was on a decline. She just finished “The Damned Don’t Cry” Continue reading “Watching: Goodbye, My Fancy 1951”
I’m addicted to reruns and just television period. I’ve become a diehard fan of some that I have come to realize…. Stayed on for one or more seasons to many. Now, I’m no way bashing the shows. I’m still a fan of them. It’s just when you look back at some. You just stare blankly thinking. Wtf is going on here. It’s just like this should have ended while it was good.
The 1950’s melodramas were so amazing!! Some were ahead of its time. For example Queen Bee starring Joan Crawford. This film is based on a Southern family that is ruled by a tyrant. She wreaks all kinds of havoc and will destroy you. If you’re not on her side.
I’ve admired Joan Crawford since I was a kid. The first movie I had seen was “Sadie McKee 1934”. After that I’ve become curious about who is Joan Crawford. I would watch TCM faithfully. Hoping that one of her films would come on. Or, when she was the network’s star of the month.
We all have a character on television. That we would identify with. Or, play pretend with the homies. Here are some of the greatest characters on television. They all have made you laugh, cry or just yell at the television.
Let me start by admitting that I’m a huge fan of the classics. Preferably, with the Golden Era. Those films from back in the day. Actually had a plot. We would see the character struggle then work his/her way up. The stories had structure. The production was fabulous!! These films gave us something special.. It took us on a wild trip to an imaginary world.