The unusual and highly random ramblings of an aspiring screenwriter
For ladyandith! How are these? I put a coloured version on too, in case you’d rather that.
THE FIRST ONE! YES!
Happy Birthday Madeline Kahn!
(September 29, 1942 -
December 3, 1999)
She was really a great gift to us all. … I saw art [in her], not just funny. But I saw a person who was gifted with art. I don’t think there’s anything that Madeline Kahn couldn’t do. Nobody could approach the magnificence and wonder of Madeline Kahn.
"We were engaging in a no-holds barred fight scene and we were knocking each other around pretty hard. Norma could pack a mean left, and she got so carried away in her enthusiasm, her desire to give ‘em a show, that she knocked me into a screen and I landed flat on my derrière and went out cold. I remember her kneeling over me begging me to forgive her. It was a nice way to "come to" and of course I did forgive her - but Louella Parsons was wrong when she claimed in print that we sealed our reconciliation with a kiss - it was a handshake as I remember."
Robert Montgomery on the famous fight scene in Private Lives (1931), which would become one of the best man-woman fights ever filmed.
Audrey Horne & Dale Cooper | Twin Peaks | s02e10
I can already tell this week is going to be hellish.