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The Last Days of Chasen's

Started this discussion. Last reply by MothGirl Wings Nov 18, 2009. 8 Replies

I just wanted to let everyone know about a neat documentary on Chasen's, that I just saw. It's specifically about the last days of this great Hollywood watering hole. If anyone has an interest in…Continue

 

Welcome, Kristine Sader!

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What are your favorite movies?
The Thin Man, Pat & Mike, North By Northwest, Swing Time...Too many to name!
Who are your favorite stars?
Myrna Loy, Humphry Bogart, Cary Grant, Bette Davis...again too many to name.
Who are your favorite directors?
Ernst Lubitsch, Alfred Hitchcock, Frank Capra, Cecil B. DeMille, Billy Wilder
About Me: Tell us about yourself/or your love for classic movies
Well, I love old movies, but then you have probably guessed that! I would like to get to know others who feel the same way. I love them all from Cagney to Laurel & Hardy! I have also been a teacher, and I have a small acting studio here. I love to read biographies & autobiographies such as Bob Hope's, George Burns', Audrey Meadows', Esther Williams', Gene Wilder's, Charles Grodin's, Merv's, and Mike Douglas'.
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At 5:50pm on August 20, 2012, Rosie Sayer said…

Regarding Without Love, you're thinking of the right movie, but they were testing an oxygen helmet for pilots flying at high altitudes--part of the war effort.

I LOVE The Old Dark House, and I LOVE The Cat and the Canary. Have you ever seen The Ghost Breakers, also starring Bob Hope and Paulette Goddard? It's very similar to The Cat and the Canary, and I prefer The Ghost Breakers, but the other film is also a lot of fun. Cozy chills and thrills without anything really scary. The Old Dark House is scarier, but Melvyn Douglas's banter keeps it light. There's also a nice romantic subplot.

When you watch The Old Dark House, pay attention to the interesting camera work--distortions, shadows, etc. It's also a very atmospheric film, and I like those. For me, good thunderstorms add to the coziness!

At 8:31pm on August 19, 2012, Rosie Sayer said…

Kristine, thanks for participating in the Screwball Comedies group! It has a lot of members, but most of them I never hear from.

I noticed you mention Pat and Mike as one of your favorite films, and it's one of mine, too. It's definitely my favorite of the Hepburn-Tracy pairings, although I also really like Woman of the Year and Without Love. That last doesn't get much attention compared with Adam's Rib and others they did, but I like it. It is perhaps a bit formulaic, but I happen to like the formula. :-)

At 10:01pm on January 12, 2010, MothGirl Wings said…


Thank you for joining The Fans Of Warner Brothers Studios Group - I hope you will enjoy the ride! =)
At 8:22pm on November 29, 2009, Catherine said…

At 7:09pm on November 12, 2009, Stephen Harrison said…
Hello Kristine.
I was on the Bob Hope group and noticed that you were asking about 'The Cat and the Canary' - it's available on R2 disc here in the UK for about six quid and while the picture quality is a little poor it is certainly watchable.
It's a terrific film.
At 10:27am on October 27, 2009, Captain Kirk said…
Yep that is a place I would like to see. I had a chance to the see the Pondarosa Ranch before it closed but was delayed and missed it.

Oh well maybe one day I'll get to see them or something like them.
At 12:57pm on October 21, 2009, Captain Kirk said…
Wow...Trigger and Champion..... that is interesting to know.

No...I have never been to the museum. I did hear that Roy Rogers Museum was closing tho'\

I did pass through Lone Pine a few years ago. It was a lot of fun to drive around in the Alabama Hills and see the rocks. You expected a pack of outlaws or warparty of Indians to be around every rock. If you have never been go to it.

They have the Lone Pine Film Museum there but it was closed the day I went thru.
At 6:43pm on October 20, 2009, Ktrek said…
I thought the Gene Autry museum was in Oklahoma? Or am I mistaken?

Kevin Delete
At 8:20am on October 20, 2009, Captain Kirk said…


Yep... I'm a huge western fan. I love the ''B's" just as much as the main westerns.

That is interesting to know that your family provided those to the westerns.

Would you have any stories or photo's from behind the scenes?
At 10:23pm on September 5, 2009, Ktrek said…
Kristine - Welcome to The Golden Age of Hollywood! You've come to the right place to find others who enjoy those old classic films! We have a lot happening here and I'm sure you can make some good friends.

Kevin
 
 
 

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