Ooh! Do Keaton next!
No, the sequel will be called, “Those Magnificent Popes in their Jaunty Popemobiles.”
Especially with a skipper, a millionaire, his wife, a movie star, a professor, and a farm girl.
Reminds me of how “St. Elsewhere” used to incorporate song lyrics into its dialogue.
Back in the 70s when digital clocks were still a novelty, my sister and her husband bought a new stove. The man installing it remarked, “I see it’s got one of them-there fancy diagonal clocks on it.”
Now I’ve got the urge to see “Yellow Submarine” again.
I’ve figured out how to see movies without an annoying crowd. Wait a few weeks, go to a weekday matinee. When I saw the latest Star Wars movie, there were maybe half a dozen people in the theater.
Per Wikipedia: This stage version opened in Chicago in 1902 (the first to use the shortened title “The Wizard of Oz”), then ran on Broadway for 293 stage nights from January to October 1903. … The stage version differed quite a bit from the book, and was aimed primarily at adults. Toto was replaced with Imogene the Cow, and Tryxie Tryfle (a waitress) and Pastoria (a streetcar operator) were added as fellow cyclone victims. The Wicked Witch of the West was eliminated entirely in the script, and the plot became about how the four friends were allied with the usurping Wizard and were hunted as traitors to Pastoria II, the rightful King of Oz.
Gotta admit… this one made me actually, literally LOL. Not just at the punchline, but with each successive depiction of his snoring.
Has anybody ever figured that, if you’re invisible, you can’t see? We see because light is reflected off our retinas. But if the retinas are invisible, the light passes through them.