Monday, 18 June 2018

Marlene Dietrich's Best Boss B!tch Clips

No Angel - A Life of Marlene Dietrich

Marlene Dietrich in Vegas, night club debut at the Sahara Hotel in Las Vegas, 1953: "She Glittered And Gleamed So."


Marlene Dietrich: Destry Rides Again, 1939. Photographer Ray Jones

Marlene Dietrich shows you how to be a boss b!tch and the shadiest diva of them.

I Want To See Your Face

보고싶은 얼굴

Composed by Bong-Jo Lee, South Korea, 1964

Classical Guitar Version Arr. Noh Donghwan


Fabio Lima Ao Vivo performing Capricho Árabe, composed by Francisco Tárrega


Wednesday, 13 June 2018


Directed by Curtis Bernhardt, 1946

Starring Ida Lupino as Emily Brontë, Paul Henreid as Rev. Arthur Nicholls, Olivia de Havilland as Charlotte Brontë, Sydney Greenstreet as William Makepeace Thackeray, Nancy Coleman as Anne Brontë and Arthur Kennedy as Branwell Brontë.

Genius authors Emily and Charlotte Bronte fall in love with their curate as they seek to get their work published.



Saturday, 9 June 2018

The Dark Mirror

American film noir psychological thriller written by Vladimir Pozner and directed by Robert Siodmak, 1946.

An outstanding performance by Olivia de Havilland as Terry and Ruth Collins.

Lew Ayres is their psychiatrist Dr. Scott Elliott

A man is found murdered, with witnesses convinced about the woman they saw leaving his apartment. However, it becomes apparent that the woman has a twin, and finding out which one is the killer seems impossible.


Wednesday, 6 June 2018

Look Out There's a Monster Coming

La Nave de los Monstruos (1960)

Lonely, unmarried, looking for love,
Life was passing me by.
So I sent off my photo, hobbies and age;
Magazine marriage I tried.
They say for centuries lovely Japanese girls
Have been trained in the art of pleasing men.
Be lonely no more, open destiny's door.
For one dollar they arrange a meeting.

My image was wrong, I didn't like me,
So I changed my personality.
I bought a delux Merseybeat wig
But it was a size too big.
What confidence in my new built-up shoes,
So smart for winter or summer.
Undetectable in normal everyday use.

Look out there's a monster coming!

Bye-bye binoculars and macintosh,
Everything is just great.
I take elocution, learn to speak posh
But still I can't find a mate.
Be popular, learn to play the guitar,
In seven days you could be strumming.
Be sociable, learn kissing technique.

Look out there's a monster coming!

Carnaby clothes, I reshaped my nose,
Plastic surgery's best.
To cut down my weight off comes my left leg.
I pass a swimming costume test.
Are my sideboards too long,
Don't my aftershave pong?
I know my new nose ain't runnin'.
What's wrong with my tie?
Am I getting too high?

Look out there's a monster coming!

Disfiguring and ugly, my facial hair
I had removed electrically.
I rejuvenated my energy cells
And regained my virility (grunt grunt).
(He put my hand on my heart?),
(I am changing the part?).
He had a machine for a mummy.
Please be gentle with me:
I come to pieces literally.

Look out there's a monster coming!
Look out there's a monster coming!
Look out there's a monster coming!

Written by Vivian Stanshall

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Bonzo Dog Doo Dah Band - 'Canyons Of Your Mind' on Colour Me Pop, 1968