You mean, his hair wasn't light-black? Gee! And I never realized how much his eyebrows look like Woody Allen's.
And what a vocal range!!
Merry Christmas my love!
Merry Christmas Phlegmy, dear! May Santa bring shoes and baubles and put them under your space-colonist tree.
I never considered his hair colour when I listened to, 'The Trail of the Lonesome Pine.'
We should try more things in b/w and guess at hair colours.Hope you are having a fabulous Christmas!
That was lovely. Merry Christmas!
meg - You're so clever! Actually, I was reading that his early film career was kiboshed by the inability of early film to "read" blue, and his eyes were pale blue which made his eyes look eerie on film. He started being shot on a special kind of blue-sensitive film and that made all the difference. He apparently wrote/directed/produced tons of stuff in Hollywood - incredibly talented and prolific performer.dark mind - yup - ya gotta love those pipes!heather b - same back at you, honey!lj - Aw, shucks, honey, and I hope Santa brought you something good, too.tickersoid - I figured his hair was a mousy brown - never ginger. I think it fits, though - apparently he was quite feisty in real life. Good on him.barbara - yeah, like Yul Brynner. Yes, it's great, and I hope yours was great, too!g bro - yeah, it WAS neat - glad you enjoyed it. That song always makes me smile. I hope you had a wonderful Christmas too.
I wouldn't be surprised about the red hair on Stan.Did you know Oliver Hardy was in a John Wayne movie? Yep - "The Fighting Kentuckian", I believe. This kind of knowledge is what occurs when one has a father who worships John Wayne.
Thats Chill Wills in the deep parts, I'd bet ya money. Genious.
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