Elizabeth Taylor in one of my favorite classic movies, "Father of the Bride"
Looking at this tribute to June Allyson at Lily Lemontree stirred up lots of memories for me.
(Yes, I'm totally going to be showing my advanced age in this post, but whatever.)
Some of my favorite growing-up memories are sitting up late at night to watch what was called "The Late Show" on TV.
Most often they were those wonderful old black-and-white movies. Whether comedies, musicals or film noir, they were from a different era of movie-making...an era when an entire film could be made without resorted to lewdness, vulgarity, or any language stronger than, "Gee, swell!"
What are your favorite movies or actors from that era? Let me know in my comment section!
Following: some of my favorite stars from movies that comprised The Late Show
Humphrey Bogart and Ingrid Bergman
One of my all-time favorites: Jimmy Stewart
Classic man of style: Gary Cooper
Elizabeth Taylor: in her youth, she truly must have been the most beautiful woman in the world
The always-adorable Doris Day
Bette Davis--truly a drama queen!
Ginger Rogers and Fred Astaire tripping the light fantastic