Classics of the Corn: The Lair of the White Worm (1988)

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An archaeologist in Harold Lloyd-ish glasses yells “YEEEE-HAH!” when he finds something… An amazing Scottish band sings about fish while people dance around a giant model of some sort of worm-fish hybrid… A delicious dish of pickled earthworms is served at a party… and that’s just within the first ten minutes of The Lair of the White Worm, the latest film to enter TMP’s Classics of the Corn Hall…

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TCM’s Greatest Classic Romances: Now, Voyager

TCM’s Greatest Classic Romances: Now, Voyager

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Today’s review of Now, Voyager marks the end of our exploration of TCM’s Greatest Classic Films: Romance DVD set!
Previous reviews:
Splendor in the Grass
Love in the Afternoon
Mogambo

Film #4: Now, Voyager (1942)

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(Image via Judy Oulouhojian on Pinterest)

Directed by Irving Rapper
Written by Casey Robinson from the novel by Olive Higgins Prouty
Starring Bette Davis, Paul Henreid and Claude Rains

Now,…

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Ronnie Spector dancing at The Peppermint Lounge in 1961

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Ronnie Spector dancing at The Peppermint Lounge in 1961

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Elizabeth Taylor taking photographs on the set of Raintree County (1957)

Elizabeth Taylor taking photographs on the set of Raintree County (1957)

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Ingrid Bergman and husband Roberto Rossellini home movies on the set of Stromboli, 1950. (x)

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"A woman is beautiful when she’s loved, and only then."
"Nonsense! A woman is beautiful if she has eight hours sleep and goes to the beauty parlour every day - and bone structure has a lot to do with it too."

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William P. Welsh, illustration for Pullman Trains, 1931. USA. Source

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William P. Welsh, illustration for Pullman Trains, 1931. USA. Source

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