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- September 2013
Has anyone watched these videos on YouTube? I've binged them, and I'm "patiently" awaiting the arrival of more to appear on my feed.
I stumbled across the one regarding Cher's win for Moonstruck in 1988, and I was instantly hooked on them. I've watched all of them, excluding the newer one about the history of the movies and how the audience watches them. There's some of them I've given multiple viewings to, while others only intrigued enough for the initial viewing. The ones on Cher, Luise Rainer, Joan Crawford, Audrey Hepburn and Julie Andrews, Elizabeth Taylor, and Bette Davis have drawn me back for more the one set-through.Thank you so much for sharing this! It's such a good find.
Thanks for this. I just watched the one about Elizabeth Taylor's Oscar win and it's very good. I'm sure I'll make my way through many more of them.Has anyone watched these videos on YouTube? I've binged them, and I'm "patiently" awaiting the arrival of more to appear on my feed.
Definitely. I'm making my way through them and she is very insightful and she has really done her homework. Really enjoyed the Jodie Foster one which talks about The Silence Of The Lambs vs. Thelma and Louise, two of my favourite movies, and just watched the Julie Andrews vs. Audrey Hepburn one and learned a lot I didn't know.They are very informative and well put together.
I was so excited when I saw this fresh on my YouTube thread. It was excellent as all of them are, although I sense the newer ones are only getting better. I anticipate them so much, but I don't want any quality to deteriorate to have more quicker.Oh this latest one on the search to find Scarlett O' Hara, and how Vivien Leigh beat most of Hollyood royalty to land the role, is really fascinating. I had no idea that 'Gone With The Wind' was such a huge phenomenon before it was made into a movie, and that the movie was so eagerly awaited.
Yes! This is the only YouTube channel that I anxiously await a new video from. I occasionally review some of the videos she's posted some time back. I believe it was Saturday when I again watched her initial post about the Doppelganger Motif in A Stolen Life, a 1946 Bette Davis vehicle.Love this account. Such well informed, researched and interesting videos!