Sunday, December 28, 2014
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Wonderful Christmas movie, an all time favorite of mine!ReplyDelete
Thank you FT.
...I think I need a shot of insulin...ReplyDelete
Thank you for his and all the other wonderful things you've made available to everyone with eyes to see and ears to hear this Christmastime, FT. I've loved this picture all my life, but just realized it is a work of real importance. A truly beautiful thing. The lines given to Mr. Gayley telling Doris Walker the sweet intangibles are the only real things worth living for is a message the world has always needed to hear. Now more than ever. Every member of that cast must have been touched by the holy ghost. The same was true for The Bishop's Wife.ReplyDelete