Store Hadji wrote:Thanks, Magentarose. My friend did like Third Man and Jane Eyre. She was disappointed by War of the Worlds, thinking it should have been scarier. And she was born on Welles' birthday, so she was destined to find out at least something about him. If someone has a spare bottle of vitality handy, perhaps I can exhume myself enough to capture the necessary frames for assembling that animated gif.
Thank you, and you're quite welcome ! And when I first heard War of the Worlds, I didn't think that it was scary either at first (More suspenseful, IMO), but it was scary in 1938. I sure enjoyed it and think it is brilliant.
She was born on May 6? She is so lucky...but then, I am a lucky girl as well, because according to astrology, a Capricorn is considered compatible with Taurus ...
I am not, and I have never been a fan of heavy metal. I was always curious why Orson would agree to narrate a song for a heavy metal group. I do not think that Beatrice, who was close to 30 at the time, could ever be a fan of a band like Manowar...but then again, you never know.