Oscar Peyrou sounds more like a poster critic than a film critic to me.
where can one find and read that article about writer’s block?
Peyrou must be the reason Pedro Almodóvar is so successful in Spain.
Poscar Eyrou Isn’t that a bit like judging a book by its cover?
Take care and may God bless.
Was writers block a number one seller?
I got nothin…..
It’s a good thing Loveable Truly (Linus the Lionhearted) is a cartoon character.
Heck of an analyst -posters only? Hope no one pays him for that.
The mailman (Mr. Beasley) in the Blondie movies wore a uniform. They were produced in 1938 – 41.
It might have been illegal to wear a postal worker’s uniform, but did they abide by that law? I’m sure I’ve seen many a postal worker in uniform in movies before 1967. (“It’s A Wonderful Life” is an early one that comes to mind).
Perhaps they got around the law by using real postal workers instead of actors.
How about “the mailman always rings twice”?
Oscar Peyrou: That has to be the dumbest way of doing one’s job I’ve ever heard of.
It was illegal for actors to wear a postal worker’s uniform because people were afraid they’d go postal…
Before being reorganized as the United States Postal Service by Richard Nixon’s administration; The United States Post Office was, under the Post Master General, considered to be a civilian Uniformed Service of the United States Government. Even the mail boxes in that movie and television era were depicted in a different color scheme and with different labeling than what was on the authorized USPO boxes.
And he critiques books by carefully studying the dust jackets…