Thanks Eric for the clips of Joan Blondell. She was terrific. Best regards, Bob Fate
Bob,Thanks for stopping by, and thank for the Baby Shark series, I have been enjoying it a lot.. Blondell just gets more and more amazing the more films and roles I see her in..
Dear Eric:I took a look at your blog to see what you'd written about the new Stark House Whittington. To Find Cora was the first of the novels selected for that collection and we were happy to give it back Harry's original title instead of the rather nonsensical title it was given in 1963, Cora Is A Nympho. The rest of the collection was designed to fit around Cora, though all three of the novels seem to have their fans. ... Then I came across your post on Joan Blondell. Add me to the Blondell Army. Her performances in those early Warner's films like Taxi and Public Enemy are absolutely incandescent. If anyone out there knows how to get a look at Little Miss Pinkerton, a film written by my mentor, Niven Busch, I'd love to see it. Niven told me that both he and Ms. Blondell snuck out of the preview of that one ... and not because they were happy with the results!Regards,David Laurence Wilson
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