I don’t know how good of a Sunday Cinema post this will be, since we only saw one actual movie. Still, I think I can share a couple of pictures and say a few things that may entertain someone, even if it’s only me.
We started by looking at TCM, where this guy was talking on and on, and I did not pay much attention. Eventually they got to the movie, which was Crack-Up (1946). I said, “Don’t we have this?” Steven thought not.
“I think I’ve seen it. I must have DVR’d it.” I used to DVR a lot more movies from TCM, and write blog posts about them. I must begin doing that again. However, I cannot do that with Crack-Up, because it turns out I already did, in 2013, in a post called, “Good Job, Leonard!”
This is Claire Trevor, who plays the love interest, although she gets to do a few brave, useful things.
The other reason I cannot write much about Crack-Up is that I did not pay too much attention to it. I know, I often do not pay a great deal of attention to these things, but I was quite delinquent in that respect today. After the movie, I found Forensic Files, although I was really more in the mood for Snapped. Steven wanted something more joyful, so he bestirred himself to go up to the attic and bring down some of our Christmas movies. Soon we were delighting in How the Grinch Stole Christmas.
I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again: Boris Karloff is the only Grinch for me. All others need not apply.
Next Steven chose Christmas Unwrapped, a VHS tape of a special that aired on the History Channel many years ago (at least, I don’t know how many, but it’s a VHS tape, so it must be quite a few, anyways).
Santa by artist Thomas Nast in Harper’s Weekly.
I tried to take a picture of the video cover with my Tablet, but it did not turn out well. However, this is the Santa Claus that graces said cover. I do love an old fashioned St. Nick.
After Christmas Unwrapped, I got to watch part of Snapped episode. Then I didn’t like the episode that was on next, so I put it on COPS while I made my blog post and Steven did the dishes. Now Steven is deciding what to watch next while I am over 400 words. Woohoo, that’s long for a Sunday post! I wonder if he would like to watch that holiday classic, Die Hard.
PS. He went another way and chose The Homecoming.