Piu di Matteo

Very nearly enough. Thanks to our West Coast reporter via VIBRATIONs blog.

BTW – I’ve been watching Ed Sullivan nightly for a couple of weeks and for real, every lady singer/songstress has performed ,”What The World Needs Now (Is Love Sweet Love).” Like all of ’em. Not Bobbie Gentry though. She went with, “Nickey Hokey.” I’m glad she did.

I don’t always watch Decades. I also watch GetTV and MEtv and PBS and I also stream lots of things. I stream all the time. I’m streaming right now. You wanna talk about Chromecast honey? Let’s talk about Chromecast. Watch the cast honey. Watch ALL the cast.

See? I’m very current.

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WINGS – 1927

The 1927 film Wings was the first and only silent film to win the Academy Award for Best Picture. Buddy Rogers and Richard Arlen star in the film, playing two combat pilots who vie for the affection of the same woman (Clara Bow). That’s the storyline. But neither, as writer Kevin Sessums writes, “shows as much love for her … as they do for each other.”

Not really Judy

She had nowhere to go. She played every minute all the way out. The result was, she went nowhere – she couldn’t, she had no room to travel. I have a few more very simple notes for Tracie Bennett that I think would help that show out quite a bit. I had the pleasure of seeing this Judy-fest with one of the best directors in the business. We agreed that five minutes with Miss Bennett would help this performance forever. Still, I’m very happy that a show like this one can even exist. Really…it’s just marvelous.

and what an audience…girl!