Of course… I’m going to write about a Joan Crawford film that I’ve barely seen. At this point in time. They claimed that her career was on a decline. She just finished “The Damned Don’t Cry” Continue reading “Watching: Goodbye, My Fancy 1951”
The 1950’s melodramas were so amazing!! Some were ahead of its time. For example Queen Bee starring Joan Crawford. This film is based on a Southern family that is ruled by a tyrant. She wreaks all kinds of havoc and will destroy you. If you’re not on her side.
I’ve admired Joan Crawford since I was a kid. The first movie I had seen was “Sadie McKee 1934”. After that I’ve become curious about who is Joan Crawford. I would watch TCM faithfully. Hoping that one of her films would come on. Or, when she was the network’s star of the month.
Let me start by admitting that I’m a huge fan of the classics. Preferably, with the Golden Era. Those films from back in the day. Actually had a plot. We would see the character struggle then work his/her way up. The stories had structure. The production was fabulous!! These films gave us something special.. It took us on a wild trip to an imaginary world.