I had vague hopes (not high hopes, as you see) of making a real post, perhaps writing it while on break at work. I also had what I thought were firm plans to exercise after work. I should have known better. Now here I am, in a monstrous mood, typing off the top of my head and hoping for a Monstrous Monday post. I do like monsters.
Here is George Zucco and… a friend (I bet you thought I was going to say his mummy) (you know who you are). I had seen a picture of George Zucco and a gorilla in one of my movie groups earlier and thought I might download it. I went back to Facebook and searched “Geroge Zucco.” There it was! At the last minute I thought, what if it belongs to somebody and I was supposed to get permission? So I changed my search to “George Zucco public photos.” I kind of like the mummy better anyways. It is more monstrous.
I was introduced to George Zucco (it just feels right to use his entire name every time) in our 50 Horror Classics DVD collection. He is described as “marvelously theatrical.” I’m sure I’ve written blog posts about some of his movies. I really must start doing movie write-ups again. They are such fun. For me, at least.
I think this is one of the movies I wrote about. If I was better about tagging, I could probably find it and link back to it. And here we come to the ugly truth about me.
I actually do not remember if I saw this one or not, but I thought it would be nice to include another picture with George Zucco. My new ambition for the week: to watch a movie featuring George Zucco and write about it. It is good to make a big plan on a Monday.