moirafinnie wrote:Forever and a Day (1943), a cooperative film made to raise money for war relief is on youtube for only two nights. The movie features just about every British actor you can think of in that period and a few Americans, among them Buster Keaton, Edward Everett Horton, and Kent Smith, who plays an American who learns about the life and traditions in one old house in London. It's lots of fun to spot some favorites in miniscule parts, and even if it doesn't all hang together dramatically, it has its moments, episodically. A favorite pair: Gladys Cooper and Roland Young. Enjoy!
JackFavell wrote:Robert Coote is an actor I am coming to admire more and more. He gave a really interesting performance as the blinded veteran of WWI. I was fascinated by him. He was at once pitiable, and yet there was something irritating in his too loud speech, and his having to have everything described to him all the time. I thought he was pitch perfect, even if he did make one feel uncomfortable.
RedRiver wrote:I have the vaguest memory of THE ROGUES. I don't think I watched it. Just knew it existed. It seems to exist again. I caught a few minutes on ME TV! That's some channel.
JackFavell wrote:Isn't it sad? That poor little piggy! And he sang so sweetly.
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