Monday, November 26, 2007
In the wonderful life...
Well its holiday season again. Right? Its starting to get cold. The next thing you know it will be Winter Walk. Never understood why they didn't call it "Winter Stroll" which would make more sense in Hudson. Right kiddos?
In one of my favorite holidy motion pictures you get to see a small town the bad and the good parts of it and the warmth and friednliness and loneliness and nastiness and smalltown part peering through the lace curtains to. The movie really contains a range of human emotion from bad to beautiful even though its ficional. Oftentimes people miss the reality of it because there are moments of saccaharine sweetness grossness but there is a lot of honesty to you know.
I mean there are a few moments when Jimmy Stewart is sitting on the bridge wher you think Shirley Temple is gonna come through tapdancing on a iceflow and your happy there is flowing water that you can puke into.
I was down at Fosters the other day and foud a closet full of old red light bulbs must have been left over from some Christmas party down there. So anybody who tells me who played the hooker in my favorite holiday movie gets one! Its a contest. Tell us the name of this oscar winning actress.
In the movie no one really rools down the wondow and yells "Hey you hooker Julia Roberts suck my dingleberry!" like they did in Pretty Lasy. So you cant just google it like Tippy did to get "Mary Wickes" besuase it was Holwyood and there are no hookers in Hollywood except the actesses. And she didnt win her oscar for this movie, she won it for a different movie. OK?
Its not THAT easy OK? I mean, in the movie I think Frankie Capra just implied that she was a pretty girl who danced well and had better clothes than the Bedford Falls librarian. Though annybody who saw "From Here to Eternity" knows there was quite a bit of hooker in Donna Reed to.
Same rules as with Mary Wicks, post your answer in comments and email Trixie your intials. Except this time you win a red light bulb. For your front door or whatever. Trixie will have them for you in her handbag at Winter Stroll.