Super Fan Of Old Movies
Recording every part that strikes my fancy has been a pastime I’ve been a part of for years. It first started when my mom taught me the artwork of recording my favorite films and TV reveals onto VHS tapes from our VCR — in a very authorized manner, after all, heh — and just grew from there. But this can be a new age. Those old VHS tapes are outdated, primitive, problematic, and ponderous. DVD’s are the brand new gadget of choice. So, suffice it to say, it was time to step it up a notch. And with the advent of the DVD Recorder/VCR combo, the proverbial notch has been stepped.
The film: Memphis Belle (1990) stars Matthew Modine, Sean Astin and D.B.Sweeney. The motion pictures takes place in the course of the historic twenty fifth flight. Not to present away the film….but after the flight was completed the crew and plane had been sent back to the United States to promote battle bonds. An glorious documentary was additionally produced….it is known as Memphis Belle: A Story of a Flying Fortress (1944).
I watched this film 30+ years in the past and all I know is the newspaper was run in the basement of a constructing in a busy metropolis. You may see within the home windows from the sidewalk that ran alongside the building. I know, you’re probably thinking, that’s it?” and sadly, that’s all I keep in mind. For years I have tried to recollect this movie and I don’t know why but for some reason it has by no means left me. If I didn’t say, it’s in black and white. I simply thought I would offer you a strive, I’m certain there are some serious film critics on the market that could most likely tell me the title and thought I would begin with you. Thank you!
The movie: Casablanca (1943) One of the best films of all-time. True, it’s a love story, however you cannot neglect the events that carry Bogart and Bergman back into one another’s arms. The Germans are in management, Americans (Bogart) are impartial, and everybody else (Bergman) is trying to escape the grip of the Germans. Casablanca received 3 Oscars® together with Best Picture.
Hey mckbirdbks….thanks for the compliment and the remark…each are tremendously appreciated. I bear in mind how much you want The Great Escape….and I was sure to include it in the marathon….it is a movie that will get higher and higher as time goes by. I am glad that Sound of Music gave you fun….it’s the good movie to start the marathon….start you off completely happy….but the distress of struggle comes pounding down on you…lol.