Jimmy Stewart Can Dance and Proves He’s a Leading Man, Henry Fonda Has 35 Cats, Greta Garbo Moves Far Away, and Frank Capra’s Name Is Above the Title. From 1939, it’s Mr. Smith Goes to Washington.
Jimmy Stewart Plays the Accordion, Hates Oatmeal, Builds Model Airplanes with Henry Fonda, Loves His Wife, Is a War Hero, and A Genuinely Nice Guy. But Don’t Mess With Him!
Peter Cushing Kills Dracula, Is Afraid of the Dark, Loves His Wife, Has An English Sense of Humor, Goes Vegetarian, and Adores Marmalade!
Ayn Rand Writes The Fountainhead, Patricia Neal is Not the Next Garbo, Gary Cooper is a Genius, & Coop and Pat Fall In Love.
Patricia Neal Wins an Oscar, Loves Gary Cooper, Marries Roald Dahl, Overcomes a Debilitating Stroke, and Is Basically Superwoman.
Gary Cooper is “Mr. Average Joe American,” a Cowboy and Artist, a Man of Few Words, and LOVES Caviar! Here are a few things about Coop you didn’t know!
This week I chose to watch and review Design for Living (1933), largely because I am not yet a Fredric March fan, and this film pairs him with GARY COOPER, of whom I am definitely a fan! What better way to introduce myself to Mr. March than by starting with a film that also stars someone I know I already enjoy?