At Thistle’s Christmas party, we did not simply cook for 16 hours, we determined to make a list of the great film actresses of sound cinema history. Clearly, any compilation of this kind is clearly a subjective one, and anyone … Continue reading
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Tagged Academy Award, Bette Davis, California Suite, dianne wiest, emma thompson, Harvey Girls, Judy Garland, kate winslett, katherine hepburn, kathleen turner, Maggie Smith, meryl streep, Scarlett O'Hara, Vivien Leigh, Wizard of Oz
I’m second to none in my love for Judy (she’s one third of my personal trinity, after all…) but I must go on record as saying that I do sometimes question her characters’ choices of residence. (Carrie Fisher and any real … Continue reading
The Cowardly Lion: Born to be a sissy, the Cowardly Lion is probably more of a “bear” in today’s gay nomenclature. He’d certainly be at the top of the list for anyone with a furries and/or plushies fetish. Not even Dorothy enjoyed her … Continue reading
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Tagged Bert Lahr, Cowardly Lion, Dorothy Gale, E.T. the Extraterrestrial, Emerald City, entertainment, gay, Hollywood, Jaws, Judy Garland, Spielberg, Star Wars, Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf, Wizard of Oz
So, today I reminded a friend at work that I was timid and meek like Dorothy Gale and she told me that I obviously had Dorothy Gale confused with Margo Channing! I ask you, really?!