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Saturday, October 18, 2008

For Inkspot

Three Deborah Kerrs in Colonel Blimp and three here at

Cape to Rio

I know which is my favourite.




6 comments:

Eryl Shields said...

I always used to think of Deborah Kerr as old and therefore hideous. Now I see how wrong I was, the young can be awfully harsh. It makes me shudder to think what my seventeen year old students think of me.

Dr Maroon said...

Eryl, surely they love you.
Probably.
Maybe not.
Sod them.
They should be out clubbing anyway, not worrying about English, they'll have time for that later.

inkspot said...

Look at those eyes [they're higher up], how they flash even in still photos. And those bones. And she could act.

Top post, doc, thanks.

Eryl, what are you saying? Speak up, you young folk mumble so.

PI said...

I think 'Hatter's Castle' was the first thing I saw her in. I ought to google to make sure but sloth takes over of a Sunday afternoon. Great gal!
Eryl how could you? You'll be having a go at Vivien next.

Eryl Shields said...

Inkspot, did you call me young? I think I love you.

Pat, I know, I know, I think it was something to do with my mother. But not Vivien, I always thought she was gorgeous.

Doc, that's exactly what I've tried to tell them, but they're all desperate to pass their exams, earn money, and take on responsibilities. Perhaps mass unemployment and a return to traditional values like having to skin their own dinner will sort them out.

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