With me talking about anything that pops into my head and then onto my fingers here - I mentioned what a fan I was of the British Royal Family. In fact I am a fan of royal personages and history going back centuries, but since most of them have passed into oblivion not much is written about contemporary Royals - the biggest exception would have to be the House of Windsor. This is leading somewhere I promise - well, a while back a gentle reader Sheri saw this and then wrote me a lovely email offering me" The Royal Wedding Philatelic Panels Collection" - which turned out to be a gorgeous album.
Here is a snap of just two of the many pages in the album -
I had a comment yesterday from Colleen asking about the movie watching over the weekend - there was a ton of it as usual - There were the Mother selections from Sunday on TCM - "Pocketful of Miracles" - 1961 - Starring Bette Davis, Hope Lange and in her first roll Ann-Margret. A really cute remake of "Lady for a Day" - 1933. They also showed "Mildred Pierce" - 1945 starring Joan Crawford and a nasty Veda, Ann Blythe - a odd mothers day movie, but what a great flick!!. A real Mother's Day film that I really love started off the afternoon - "I Remember Mama" - 1948 starring Irene Dunn and Barbara Bel Geddes. All three of these films are very superior and worth watching anytime and over again!!! On Saturday it seemed like TCM was having an adventure day - with "Adventures of Robin Hood" - 1938 starring Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland, then "Mutiny on the Bounty" - 1935 - starring Clark Gable and Charles Laughton and rounding out the afternoon with "Captain Blood" - 1935 starring Errol Flynn and Olivia de Havilland. Such great adventure films from the Golden Age!!!! Last night was a tribute evening to the advertising world - and TCM showed "The Hucksters" - 1947 starring Clark Gable and in her first big
Stitching last night was non existent for an exchange so no snaps.
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