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I thoroughly enjoyed your dissection of Drew Casper. I went to USC and took 4 of his classes. 4!! And he was so full of hot air and full of himself. Thanks for an enjoyable read.
He often has interesting things to say, but he can be shockingly sloppy in the way he expresses himself.
I came across this and thought you might like seeing them, Gary
Great stuff, Gary — thanks!
I’ve finally changed the blog format. This is much more “aseptic”. I leave a Tumblr.com, that you take a look.
Hello! I watched your blog, it’s amazing. Thank you for posting pictures, espesially album’s covers, that’s a really nice styles and good taste(also Norman Rockwell is awesome). And I get aquainted with great songs, I didn’t know, thanks again! Enjoyable blog. Really, I’m nor often write to strange ppl from internet, but this kinda of stuff just moved me. Great work (or fun)=)
From Russia. Yaroslav.
Upd: Sorry for some mistakes 🙂
Hey, Yaroslav — thanks for the kind words. I’m glad you’re enjoying the blog!
I discover your blog through Decaying Hollywood Mansions and I like it. You have an amazing taste, thank you. Paola
Thank you for the kind words, Paola!
I’ve said that least 3849469 times. SCK was here
Happy New Year, Lloyd.
Happy new year to you, Rick!
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My brother, Paul, wrote the Catalog Raisonne of M. Lewis
I wanted to say ‘thank you’ .. I stumbled on your blog after googling ‘ Victorian Academic Art’ & then got transported all over the place following your hugely enjoyable postings !
By way of return some ( very random ) things it occurs to me you may enjoy & might perhaps have missed ( I grew up in England & live in Kent ):
‘ Snow 1963 ‘( Geoffrey Jones) : an 8 minute short of the UK railways of that winter (easily found on You Tube).
‘I Am Love ‘(‘ lo sono amore ‘ ) : 2009 film starring Tilda Swinton
‘Diva’ / ‘Subway’/’ Le Grand Bleu’ : 1980s French art house movies .. full of stuff -you -miss -the -first -time -you -watch -them and ..I especially love the last of these , think is so beautifully made in every regard.
‘ Gregory’s Girl ‘ ( Bill Forsyth 1981) : Quirky , full of background jokes & amazing performances from ‘ ordinary’ Scottish kids.
Many Thanks Again
With Best Wishes
Hey, Sophie — thanks for your note. So glad you enjoy the blog. I know some of the films you mention, will look out for the others!
Did you ever write about Sweet Smell of Success? I watched it tonight for the first time. Lovely James Wong Howe photography and lots to like, but what a nutty piece of work that is, that a man should love a sister so.
I’ve never written about it but I like it a lot, dark as it is. Kevin was especially fond of the line “Come back, Sidney — I want to chastise you”, and of course found many occasions to use it.
I DON’T HAVE A COMMENT. MY QUESTION IS FROM THE MOVIE “THE WILD BUNCH”, I’M TRYING TO FIND THE LARGEST PHOTO OF THE 7 RIDERS COMING RIGHT AT THE CAMERA. IS THERE ANY WAY TO FIND ONE? THANK YOU- PLEASE REPLY
Hey, Jeff — don’t know specifically where you could find a large scan of that except by searching on Google. Wish I could be of more help!
Jeff, when you type in all caps – you are screaming/yelling/ranting. Please STOP. Thank you.
As far as the Wild Bunch, see pictures here: http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0065214/mediaindex?page=1&ref_=ttmi_mi_sm