Watching Classic Films Through Different Eyes

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Idiot’s Delight: Downright Entertaining

Throughout the years, I have accumulated quite the collection of classic films.  One might even call it a movie library.  As time permits, I attempt to watch those that I have yet to see.  When I came upon Idiot’s Delight, I did not have high expectations.  However, almost from the start, the comedy started to flow as Clark Gable and Norma Shearer shined, in this zany picture.  It was produced by the studio powerhouse MGM in 1939.  Norma plays Irene Fellara, a somewhat mysterious character, that is instantly attracted to Harry Van (Clark Gable).


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The ARTIST: A Modern Film With A Classic Twist

Coming up with an opening topic was rather difficult at first, as there are countless avenues that I want to explore.  However, I felt that discussing a modern film that I was astounded by would be a good way to begin.  The movie I am referring to is “The Artist”.


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