October 22, 2010
As often as possible! Honestly, nearly every day.
Probably Orson Welles, and I will always watch something Ron Howard
There are so many between the good old days and now: Gary Cooper, James Stewart, Meryl Streep, definitely Russell Crowe, David Strathairn, Jean Arthur, to name only a few. Wish I could think of more, but my head is blank.
Sayonara (the message) Jane Eyre (Orson Welles) The Informer with Russell Crowe Blue Car with David Strathairn Sophie's Choice but so hard to watch as so painful Mr. Smith Goes to Washington, Jean Arthur/James Stewart Hondo, John Wayne (I am on a John Wayne kick now) will add more as I think of them ...
I love movies & have enjoyed this group already, although I have only been a few times. I am a theatre person (started IndyFringe) & also teach/train speaking skills. I am an army brat so I have lived lots of places--I am happy to be in Indy now.
The singing, at least for the principle women, was not dubbed. They all did their own vocals, which I confirmed with some research tonight on the movie. Not surprising, since Jason Moore directs musical performers. Some of the cast members are so new to film work that there was virtually no information on them, but several were clearly musical/vocal performers. Makes ist an even more impressive movie, if you ask me. Anyway, my daughter and I both loved it, and I want to thank Gary for the tickets. I look forward to attending more events.