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Thelma Ritter

Every so often there comes along a gem of an actor who steals scenes just by showing up. And that person was Thelma Ritter. She was a no-nonsense, tough talking and yet very hilarious character actress.

Her first role was an aggravated mother in the original version of "Miracle On 34th Street." She went on to work with Gwen Verdon, Bette Davis, Alfred Hitchcock, Jimmy Stewart and Grace Kelly, Doris Day and Rock Hudson, Marilyn Monroe, Debbie Reynolds and so many others.

Are there any performers today like Thelma that just light up the screen when they show up? I put Thelma in the category of yester-year actors like Vivian Vance, Nancy Walker and others who may have been "supporting" but made their indelible mark.

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by Anonymousreply 11205/24/2020

A friend of mine tried to write a book about Thelma Ritter. He has written several books about films. Apparently, she was the most boring person possible. Just showed up, did her job, went home.

by Anonymousreply 103/16/2016

I agree completely with the OP. She's a gem.

That role in MIRACLE ON 34TH STREET was uncredited, BTW.

My partner and I were at a dinner party recently and he was going on and on about how wonderful the new men's department is at Macy's New York store, so I channeled my inner Thelma Ritter and quipped in my best Brooklynese "He ain't done much shoppin' there before, but from now on he's a regula' Macy custama'".

People looked at me like I was nuts.

So I went back to my martini.

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by Anonymousreply 203/16/2016

[quote]He ain't done much shoppin' there before, but from now on he's a regula' Macy custama'".

Thelma must have been well liked by writers because she got all the best lines.

[quote]What a story! Everything but the bloodhounds snappin' at her rear end.

by Anonymousreply 303/16/2016

"Do you want an argument or an answer?"

"Like an agent with only one client."

she moved the story along with wit; great writing, great delivery.

by Anonymousreply 403/16/2016

[quote]she moved the story along with wit; great writing, great delivery.

That's also true of her role as Stella in "Rear Window." The movie might have been too heavy and depressing to endure without Ritter's presence. I love how Stella claimed to have predicted the 1929 stock-market crash:

"When General Motors has to go to the bathroom 10 times a day, the whole country's gettin' ready to let go."

God, she was brilliant!

by Anonymousreply 503/16/2016

She is amazing in PICK UP ON SOUTH STREET. Her worrying about being buried at Potter's field is so heartbreaking.

by Anonymousreply 603/16/2016

They don't make character actresses like her anymore. In fact, they don't make character actresses these days. Well, at least those that are memorable.

by Anonymousreply 703/16/2016

Next to Kirk Douglas she has the best part in " A Letter to Three Wives "- 1949

by Anonymousreply 803/16/2016

Great actress. One of the best, actually. Wasn't she also amazing in 'The Misfits'?

by Anonymousreply 903/16/2016

[quote]Apparently, she was the most boring person possible. Just showed up, did her job, went home.

The only quote from Thelma Ritter I can vaguely recall was her bitching in an interview about the inconvenience of living part time in Queens, NY while working in Hollywood. "I reach for the mustard in Beverly Hills and suddenly remember it's on the shelf in Jackson Heights," or wherever it was she lived in California and Queens.

by Anonymousreply 1003/16/2016

She died on February 5, 1969 (aged 66). She always seemed so much older, even early in her career, that I was shocked she was relatively young when she passed.

by Anonymousreply 1103/16/2016

[quote] She is amazing in PICK UP ON SOUTH STREET

Yes, Yes, Yes!!!

One of her 6 Oscar nominations for Best Supporting Actress.

But why ever would she be uncredited in "A Letter to Three Wives"?

by Anonymousreply 1203/16/2016

r11 Wow, she was only 51 when she played Jimmy Stewart's nurse in "Rear Window." I thought she was in her 60s then.

by Anonymousreply 1303/16/2016

Getting drunk with Rock Hudson in Pillow Talk. Hilarious.

by Anonymousreply 1403/16/2016

Thelma Ritter was brilliant and did devour every scene she was in, as for "Lighting up the screen" No, that was left to Monroe and Harlow, There is a difference .

by Anonymousreply 1503/16/2016

She was great in Key Largo as well....

by Anonymousreply 1603/16/2016

According to actress, singer, and comedienne Debbie Reynolds, Thelma Ritter was one of the greatest scene-stealers that she ever worked with. Ritter’s son, Tony Moran also shared that “evidently, everybody identified with my mother. She would tell it like it was. She was like that in real life.”

by Anonymousreply 1703/16/2016

who dat?

by Anonymousreply 1803/16/2016

r18 Only the greatest character actress of the 20th century.

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by Anonymousreply 1903/16/2016

Her supporting role in Rear Window is really more than just that. She's the third most prominent character, competing hard for number two. Well, maybe the fourth if that brilliant set comes first.

Has she ever had a larger role? Not a rhetorical question.

by Anonymousreply 2003/16/2016

Always enjoyable.

by Anonymousreply 2103/16/2016

I couldn't fit into the dress in two and a half hours.

by Anonymousreply 2203/16/2016

She's also spectacular as Susan Hayward's nurse Clancy in With a Song in My Heart, the bio of singer Jane Froman and as Edward G. Robinson's wife and Frank Sinatra's sister-in-law in A Hole in the Head. Both sentimental movies that I love but Thelma peppers them with her sarcastic wit.

Really......did she ever give a bad performance?

I bet if she'd lived into the 1970s she would have wound up making millions as the grandma on some popular long-running sit-com.

by Anonymousreply 2303/16/2016

r22 Birdie: I couldn't get into the girdle in two and a half hours.

by Anonymousreply 2403/16/2016

r20 Nobody ever invented a polite word for a killing yet.

by Anonymousreply 2503/16/2016

[quote] She was great in Key Largo as well....

She was not in Key Largo.

by Anonymousreply 2603/16/2016

Thelma's husband,Joe Moran,was a vice-president of a top advertising firm.They were very well off and owned several homes. You woudn't guess that from her film roles. Great actress.

by Anonymousreply 2703/16/2016

That's 'Tony Award Winner Thelma Ritter' if you please

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by Anonymousreply 2803/16/2016

For some unknown reason she was billed 4th in "The Mating Season" with Gene Tierney , John Lund and Miriam Hopkins. She is most assuredly the star of the film, but that billing game is fucked up. The whole film is on Youtube and is worth every minute of your time.

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by Anonymousreply 2903/16/2016

My mistake she was not in Key Largo , I was thinking of Claire Trevor, another great character actress, perhaps a new thread on this dame?

by Anonymousreply 3003/16/2016

r30 Yes, loved her in "Two Weeks in Another Town."

by Anonymousreply 3103/16/2016

I prefer Telma Hopkins.

by Anonymousreply 3203/16/2016

r32 Oh get off of here.

by Anonymousreply 3303/16/2016

Thelma, Deborah Kerr and Glenn Close are tied for being the biggest Oscar losers - six times.

by Anonymousreply 3403/16/2016

r32 Telma who? No, seriously who the hell is she?

by Anonymousreply 3503/16/2016

Thelma Ritter's Oscar chances were marred by the Cary Grant effect, whereby no one credited her with talent because she always appeared to be "playing herself" effortlessly on screen.

by Anonymousreply 3603/16/2016

Wow R34 you are right , Close never won an Oscar, just like Garbo , or Cagney, proves the academy are idiots, and Oscars mean nothing, I did hold one once from a producer who tried to blow me , it was heavy as always described, about 8 lbs.

by Anonymousreply 3703/16/2016

Weren't most or all of her nominations for comedies?

As Irene Dunne, Carole Lombard and Roz Russell can tell you, dying is easy....comedy is hard.

Cagney was the rare winner for a musical and not one based on a Broadway role he already played, r37.

by Anonymousreply 3803/16/2016

Did Thelma Ritter appear much on Broadway besides New Girl in Town? She must have been really loved by the theater community because she tied with her costar Gwen Verdon for the Best Actress Tony even though her character Marthy is strictly supporting Anna Christie.

by Anonymousreply 3903/16/2016

Thelma did four Broadway shows.

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by Anonymousreply 4003/16/2016

I would put Mary Wickes in the same category

by Anonymousreply 4103/16/2016

The closest current actress would be Maggie Smith or Judi Dench

by Anonymousreply 4203/16/2016

What a story! Everything but the bloodhounds snappin' at her rear end.

by Anonymousreply 4303/16/2016

And as for bein' fifth-rate - I closed the foist half for eleven years an' you know it!

by Anonymousreply 4403/16/2016

I wanna be Thelma Ritter.

by Anonymousreply 4503/16/2016

[quote] The closest current actress would be Maggie Smith or Judi Dench

No. Not close at all.

Neither of them is earthy enough.

Neither of them could play the part in "Letter to 3 Wives", or "All About Eve", or any of the others.

by Anonymousreply 4603/16/2016

Memorable in Titanic (1953) with Clifton Webb, Barbara Stanwyck and Robert Wagner. Once again a scene stealer and my favorite Titanic movie.

by Anonymousreply 4703/16/2016

Who comes closest today (and is American) is JEAN SMART.

She played a Ritter-ish role in the second season of FARGO and was brilliant.

Another great Ritter performance - "The Model and the Marriage Broker" - Jeanne Crain plays the model, Thelma plays the Broker - one of her clients is a very young, gawky Nancy Kulp (Miss Hathaway!)

by Anonymousreply 4803/16/2016

Melissa Leo is the current Thelma.

by Anonymousreply 4903/17/2016

[quote]Another great Ritter performance - "The Model and the Marriage Broker" - Jeanne Crain plays the model, Thelma plays the Broker - one of her clients is a very young, gawky Nancy Kulp (Miss Hathaway!)

Here is a sample:

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by Anonymousreply 5003/17/2016

Wow, so happy to see a Thelma Ritter thread!

She was always a joy to see in a film.

I knew her son professionally, and he was (is?) a nice guy. I never asked him about his mother, I try not to be a fanboi in work settings.

by Anonymousreply 5103/17/2016

Thanks for that marvelous clip. r50!

Is that blonde Dennie Moore, who played Olga the Manicurist in The Women? Her voice gives Thelma a run for her money in scene-stealing.

by Anonymousreply 5203/17/2016

STELLA: When I married Myles, we were both a couple of maladjusted misfits. We are still maladjusted misfits. And we have loved every minute of it.

I'd always imagined I'd have a relationship with a life partner just like Stella's (Thelma Ritter) in "Rear Window."

by Anonymousreply 5303/17/2016

SADIE: The cap's out. Makes me look like a lamb chop with pants on.

She has lots of great lines in "A Letter to Three Wives".

by Anonymousreply 5403/17/2016

Because it's Friday and I love Thelma.

by Anonymousreply 5502/02/2018

Brad: “I know a nice little bar, right down the street.”

Alma: [grabs his arm and pulls him along] “I know a better one.”

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by Anonymousreply 5602/02/2018

In terms of stealing the scene nowadays (like another poster, I also think "lighting up the screen" is the wrong expression) just by showing up, I'd add Allison Janney to the list of Dames so far suggested.

But as opposed to both Dames Judi and Maggie, Allison has never ever had a dud performance (think Judi in Nine), and, as opposed to the goddess Ms. Ritter who mostly played herself, Janney has a very diversified range of roles, from educated White House counselors to batteries wives to lesbian urbanites to trailer trash, she's done em all!

by Anonymousreply 5702/02/2018

Battered... battered!!!

by Anonymousreply 5802/02/2018

R39 Yeah, she really is the star of "The Mating Season", holding off formidable competition from fellow scene-stealer Miriam Hopkins as well as putative leads Gene Tierney and John Lund.

She's heartbreaking in a more dramatic role in "Pickup on South Street" and also terrific as usual as Burt Lancaster's mom in "Birdman of Alcratraz". Her role in "New Girl in Town" was beefed up and longer than Marie Dressler's in the Garbo film of "Anna Christie"; Riiter is a hoot on the album, especially in a group ladies' number called "Flings" in which she gets all the laugh lines. "Flings/Flings is wonderful things.... You don't want a man who's all inspired --- please believe me, he'll get tired"... Ritter is wonderful in all those other films you've mentioned up thread as well.

She's one of those folks like Eve Arden that when you see her in a film, you know that regardless of how the rest of the film is, you just know you're going to enjoy her part in it.

by Anonymousreply 5902/02/2018

Yes, she it just fantastic and I think the problem is that they don't know how to write for her sort of character actress anymore. They'd re-imagine her along the line of Christine Baranski or someone like that. Screenwriters are all generally from affluent backgrounds these days and don't have much occasion to mix with the wisecracking products of the hoi polli of yesteryear like Thelma.

by Anonymousreply 6002/02/2018

Funny, OP, that your original comment sounds like you only recently found out who Thelma Ritter was and assume we don't know her either.

Thelma Ritter played herself in every role, and very well, of course. The type she played has died off - a certain kind of working class ethnic New Yorker from Brooklyn or Queens - doesn't exist anymore. I believe she lived in Queens her entire life and never "went Hollywood."

by Anonymousreply 6102/02/2018

[R57] I think the difference between Thelma and Judi and Maggie is that Judi and Maggie were leading ladies who transitioned into character parts, quite ably, whereas Thelma was strictly a character actress who sometimes had a very prominent second or third lead.

by Anonymousreply 6202/02/2018

r61 Intelligence. Nothing has cause the human race so much trouble as intelligence. ~Thelma~

by Anonymousreply 6302/02/2018

Nothing wrong with playing yourself when you do it brilliantly

by Anonymousreply 6402/02/2018

[R64] I agree. She and her kind are players and not screenwriters. The screenwriter dreams up the character, the actor fulfills that vision. Just because they don't necessarily use accents, disguises and contortions doesn't make it any less of an art. All acting is artifice.

by Anonymousreply 6502/02/2018

What's abundantly clear from this loving thread is that we no longer really have character actresses who can become the character without the use of grotesque wigs and even prosthetic makeup. Not to mention over-acting.

Thelma was just plain real and there's nothing genuinely funnier or sadder when viewed through honest simple reality.

Btw, I love when these old threads come back and I'm about to W&W some brilliant post only to realize it was mine :)

by Anonymousreply 6602/02/2018

Of the character actresses today, Kathy Bates is the best and certainly most memorable. Thelma Ritter was magnificent. In “Pillow Talk”, Doris Day asked Thelma Ritter “Have you no shame?” Thelma said “No ma’am” in such an understated, deadpan way. She was hilarious!

by Anonymousreply 6702/02/2018

I can't helping fantasizing about having drinks with Thelma and asking her about the incredible array of legends she worked with. Has anyone else worked with more stars? Bette Davis, Marilyn Monroe, Grace Kelly, Jimmy Stewart, Doris Day, Gregory Peck, Henry Fonda, Burt Lancaster, Clark Gable, Montgomery Clift, Rock Hudson, Frank Sinatra, William Holden, Jane Wyman, Charlton Heston, Fred Astaire, Richard Widmark, Barbara Stanwyck, Susan Hayward, and on and on and on....

Bette Davis pointed out that because she was an over-the-title star she never got to work with most of the top leading men of the era because she carried the movie. Not so with Thelma. Ironic.

by Anonymousreply 6802/02/2018

Eve Arden was marvelous, but I couldn’t get through her autobiography. Sadly, it was dull. Of course, I read parts of it many years ago. I was naive. I thought it would contain the snappy, witty dialogue and the droll humor which made her famous.

My favorite line of her’s is in Mildred Pierce; she played Ida. When Mildred said Mrs. Biederfhoff got married, Ida said: “Isn’t that a novelty, remind me to bake a cake.”

by Anonymousreply 6902/02/2018

Bette Davis' famous role of a Bronx working class Irish mother of the bride in A Catered Affair was originated by Thelma as a Bronx working class Jewish mother of the bride in the teleplay.

by Anonymousreply 7002/02/2018

I prefer Thelma "Pat" Nixon.

by Anonymousreply 7102/02/2018

[quote] Funny, OP, that your original comment sounds like you only recently found out who Thelma Ritter was and assume we don't know her either.

The shame! Expel him from our midst!

by Anonymousreply 7202/02/2018

r70 I've always felt Bette was wrong for that part. Now I know why. It belonged to Thelma!

by Anonymousreply 7302/02/2018

I loved her on 'eve', ' rear Window' the misfits'. wasn't she in another Monroe film? Frances mcdormand could play her parts, but we live in a crazy world, were mcdormand, what's that english cunt name?, emma Thompson, and the like play leading parts so...

by Anonymousreply 7402/02/2018

Thelma could have played the roles Nancy Walker played, but there's rarely ever a role like that any more, not even one in a paper towel commercial.

by Anonymousreply 7502/02/2018

R20, she had a very large part in the under-known "The Model and the Marriage Broker." She owned the film, but Jeanne Crain and Scott Brady were billed over her. She's funny and heartbreaking in it. George Cukor directed. A real New Yawk movie.

Years ago I had a friend who had been in the chorus of "New Girl in Town," who said TR was lovely.

by Anonymousreply 7602/03/2018

C'mon, gays! Lucy Ball has 2 active long threads running currently and all I have is this wimpy dying one. Post something here about how much you love me!

by Anonymousreply 7702/03/2018

Crazy about her in TITANIC as the Molly Brown-type character...also in ALL ABOUT EVE and REAR WINDOW.

by Anonymousreply 7802/03/2018

One of her last movies - attached - was a very weird violent one called The Incident (1967).

Supposedly filmed on a subway in the Bronx in the middle of the night because they couldn't get permits. Besides Thelma, the actors include Martin Sheen, Tony Musante, Ruby Dee, Beau Bridges, Donna Mills, Brock Peters, Jack Gilford, Ed McMahon, Jan Sterling and Gary Merrill,.

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by Anonymousreply 7902/03/2018

Thelma Ritter, Glenn Close & Deborah Kerr have the dubious distinction of being the biggest Oscar losers in history. Six nominations and zero wins.

by Anonymousreply 8002/03/2018

Isn't Annette Bening part of that club by now?

by Anonymousreply 8102/03/2018

So Thelma was in AAE, early film of Marilyn, and The Misfits, her last. They were also both in "As Young as You Feel," with Monty Wooley.

by Anonymousreply 8202/03/2018

Thelma and MM were both under contract to 20th Penitentiary Fox in the late 1940s/early 1950s and made whatever films that Zanuck bastard told them to do.Naturally, some of them were the same films.

by Anonymousreply 8302/04/2018

Absolutely love Thelmal Just watching Rear Window now and love her character and wit. Any other fans?

by Anonymousreply 8405/08/2020

To answer OP’s question, Bette Midler comes to mind. She isn’t as brilliant as Ritter, and both have the same amount of range (not much and there’s nothing wrong with that), but Midler was able to do something Ritter wasn’t - transcend her scene stealing talents into leading roles (which at times required toning the schtick down).

by Anonymousreply 8505/08/2020

I guess John Ritter got his comedy chops from his mon, Thelma, and his looks from his dad, Tex.

by Anonymousreply 8605/08/2020

Thelma Ritter sat on the shitter, swigging her whisky all day. Along came a spider, and slid up inside her, what would old Jimmy Stewart say, say?!

by Anonymousreply 8705/08/2020

Margo Martindale is a fantastic character actress. Wonderful in everything that she does.

by Anonymousreply 8805/08/2020

“I told ya this cap was a stupid idea! Soup’s on!”

by Anonymousreply 8905/08/2020

Margo Martindale and Doris Roberts are probably the more contemporary examples, but they both have lacked Ritter's range. Seeming to play herself she could go from irreverent humor to pathos w/o veering into the silly or mawkish.

by Anonymousreply 9005/08/2020

Which role should she have won for over the actual winner?

by Anonymousreply 9105/08/2020

Dream Casting Requiring A Time Machine: Thelma Ritter playing Carla's mom on 'Cheers'.

by Anonymousreply 9205/08/2020

R91 - Pickup on South Street, 1953, instead of Donna Reed in From Here to Eternity. Big time.

by Anonymousreply 9305/08/2020

No one could match Ritter's prickly likability, directness and capacity to elicit sympathy without seeming to beg for it. She had a kind of gravitas that is extremely rare, while always seeming like the woman in an apartment across the street who washed her underwear in the sink.

I love her in The MISFITS. The only good part of the whole movie.

by Anonymousreply 9405/08/2020

"One for every decade, Helen?"

Only one person could survive a quip like that to Lawson. One!

Thelma Ritter

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by Anonymousreply 9505/08/2020

She was the no-nonsense aunt in Brooklyn you wish you had.

by Anonymousreply 9605/08/2020

Hayward was essentially her glamorous sister (also from Brooklyn).

by Anonymousreply 9705/08/2020

She should have won for both Pickup and Pillow Talk.

by Anonymousreply 9805/09/2020

1955 Oscars

Thelma as mistress of ceremonies in New York

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by Anonymousreply 9905/23/2020

Thelma Ritter in "Christopher Bean" 1955 TV

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by Anonymousreply 10005/23/2020

Thelma Ritter was recognizable and memorable. She was great in Pillow Talk.

Another great character actress with a long career, especially active in the 1930s, was Jessie Ralph. She played Greta Garbo's maid Nanine in Camille as well as society women in other films of the era.

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by Anonymousreply 10105/23/2020

This sounds fun.

The Mating Season 1951 Thelma Ritter & Gene Tierney

Ellen McNulty (Thelma Ritter) gives up her hamburger stand in New Jersey when the bank calls in her loan, and goes to visit her son Val (John Lund) in Ohio. Val has recently married a socialite, Maggie (Gene Tierney). To help Maggie put on a dinner party, Val has an employment service send a cook; Ellen arrives first, and Maggie mistakes her for the cook. Ellen, to avoid embarrassing Maggie, does not correct her....

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by Anonymousreply 10205/23/2020

There was a great bit of dialogue for Birdie in the screenplay of All About Eve that unfortunately got cut.

During the dressing room scene at the beginning -- in the middle of Eve's monologue about seeing Margo's last play in San Francisco, and how when the show went east, she went east, Birdie interrupts her with a great non sequitur: "I'll never forget that blizzard the night we played Cheyenne. A cold night. First time I ever saw a brassiere break like a piece of matzo."

Anne Baxter probably didn't want Thelma to pull the rug out from under her dramatic buildup.

by Anonymousreply 10305/23/2020

[quote] OP: Are there any performers today like Thelma that just light up the screen when they show up?

I live Kathy Bates. Would you call her a leading lady or character actress? She’s carried. Oviedo on her own, but she’s not a beauty like you’d expect in a leading lady.

by Anonymousreply 10405/23/2020

All this quoting of "Thelma Ritter" lines but nary a mention of who wrote them...

by Anonymousreply 10505/23/2020

She was terrific, deserved 2 Oscars

by Anonymousreply 10605/23/2020

[quote]All this quoting of "Thelma Ritter" lines but nary a mention of who wrote them...

Well to be honest, Joe Mankiewicz wrote a lot of of them - A Letter to Three Wives, All About Eve - but John Michael Hayes deserves the credit for Rear Window's screenplay.

by Anonymousreply 10705/23/2020

R105 Great point. Wonderful character driven writing for Thelma.

by Anonymousreply 10805/23/2020

I must admit stumbling on threads like this and learning a thing or two from folks here is why I return to Datalounge. Enjoy the weekend-

by Anonymousreply 10905/23/2020

What nobody seems to remember is that Thelma could go from lower class to upper middle class with just a slight change of accent. Check her out as an executive secretary and Seven Sister's School Graduate in DADDY LONG LEGS or as Doris Day's mother in Law in MOVE OVER DARLING (which was the reworking of Marilyn's last film SOMETHING'S GOT TO GIVE - which of course was the hit song from DADDY LONG LEGS...)

by Anonymousreply 11005/23/2020

R110 great facts, thanks!

by Anonymousreply 11105/23/2020

I just treated myself to a lil Thelma Film Fest because of this thread. "The Mating Season" was so good! I loved the apartment the newlyweds took, so roomy, so many conversation areas! The party scene was great!

I saw "Pillow Talk" when I was a kid, forgot Thelma was in it. It was frothy and silly. Rock is just sucha hunk. I was trying to figure out what color Doris' hair was. It's a strange ashy platinum, all pinned up, makes her look so old even though her face is daisy fresh. Her clothes were expensive looking but so stiff, those weird cowl shaped necklines...too bad!

by Anonymousreply 11205/24/2020
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