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Summer Under the Stars- Kathryn Grayson (August 11th)

Some Reflection:

I pride myself in being honest with y’all, so I’m going to come out and say this: I struggle with Kathryn Grayson. I’ve never quite put a finger on why… I just do. I don’t ‘not like’ her movies, I’ve just never found one that I’ve really fallen in love with. I mean, I’m not really a Howard Keel fan either… maybe I associate them with each other? Maybe it’s the music? I don’t know. These are just harder movies for me.

However, as I mentioned earlier with Louis Armstrong, this is why Summer Under the Stars is good! More exposure is never a bad thing! As a film fan, I’ve found that reactions to a movie or a celebrity can change massively over the years. All at once, the clouds part and suddenly you don’t remember why you couldn’t stand a person!

What movies are you looking forward to watching today? Let us know in the comments.

A Career In Review:

Anchors Aweigh (1945)

The Unfinished Dance (1947)

Kiss Me Kate (1953)

Ticklish Business Episode #57: Kiss Me Kate (1953)

If You Can Only Watch One:

Okay, it turns out I was lying a bit in the opening blurb. When scanning over the schedule, I was delighted to see Lovely to Look At airing during the late night spot (12:00am EST). The 1952 remake of Roberta is a fun one and features Red Skelton, Marge and Gower Champion, Ann Miller and Howard Keel. There’s comedy! Dancing! Zsa Zsa Gabor!

Plus, Lovely to Look At also contains the very moment I fell in love with Marge and Gower Champion…

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