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Discussion in 'The Moving Picture' started by Amy Jeanne, Aug 5, 2007.
I think you're wrong there fella! lol
Oh, come on! Be fun!
I can hear and imagine it now...
I agree. While you were dancing to YMCA the hair was swaying. :rofl: What a horrible period in time for fashion and a whole lot of other things.lol lol
Right! Be a sport!
Oh come on! Show us the hippie hair already.
last night: finished up watching "Around the World in 80 Days" starring Pierce Brosnan and Peter Ustinov.
I used to see Leif Garrett and Shaun Cassidy at a local coffee join when we lived in Toluca Lake...my hair was pretty close HD lol
At this point, it will only be a disappointment... lol
So you had a Page Boy like He-Man eh?
You almost have to. It is as if she is daring you to do so.
(great! now I must find my brother's sticker-album)
About that hippie-hair.. do we need to collect "yay" wotes in order to get to see the picure? :eyebrows:
Butte ole bean... anyone with almost 6,000 posts on here should be savvy enough to know that you can't let the wolves round here get a whiff of embarrasing evidence of ones past indiscretions!!! Particularly photographic evidence!!!! Are you mad man? You know that this will be a long, protracted and bloody affair! Best to end it quick, produce the photo's, take your punishment and public humiliation like the stout fellow you are and move on. I promise not to laugh (snicker), or make rude comments (giggle) or hurl nasty insults (chortle)... Trust me.....
Tell ya what, you send me a pic of yours, and I'll post 'em up together. And HD can join as well as Powers. Once I get them all together, I'll post a montage. Deal fellas? I thought so... lol
aka helmet hair.
Barking up the wrong one bro! Ain't no shame in my game. I'd just have to have some of the old ones digitised. Right now the only one's I have of that vintage are me in the Military and that don't count. Perhaps I could find a modestly embarrasing one of me in the Ville.
I didn't go to mine. My girlfriend at the time was already out of high school and didn't want to do that again. lol lol lol We found better things to do.
I'm looking forward to the photos.
And in the meantime...
Sunday night we watched "Alex Cross"
Monday night my youngest and I watched the Bowery Boys' classic "Mr. Hex". Nobody quite murders the English language the way Slip Mahoney does. I mean "he inaugurates it".
Amen! lol lol
Saw House of Dracula (1945, Universal) again. It really isn't better after repeated viewings (as is Son of Dracula), and I don't really care of John Carradine as the count. The script is also 2nd rate, and most of the sets have been re-treaded too many times. As far as the rest of the cast, it's nice to see Lionel Atwill as a police inspector again, but he can't match the first time he essayed the role in Son of Frankenstein, wooden arm and all. Onslow Stevens is okay as "the scientist" who turns evil at night, but an actor like George Zucco would have been better, complete with crackling-voiced rants and bulging eyes. Even as a hunchback, Jane Addams is cute, and Martha O'Driscoll is a stunner when she wears her hair down. Glenn Strange hardly has any footage as the Monster, perhaps mercifully so. It is good to see Lon Chaney, though, playing that role that he made his own, although there is no explanation as to how he came back from the dead after House of Frankenstein. (After viewing this, I had to watch Chaney's opening scenes in A&C Meet Frankenstein, just to see him again in his dark suit, shirt, and light tie; great color combo on Lawrence Talbot.)
The first half of Zero Dark Thirty. So far, intense, well one, and enertaining.