Tune in here for the next four days for the Lovely Lee Grant Blogathon... There's still plenty of time to join Angelman's Place and I celebrate all things Lee Grant.
Lee Grant in a Damned Poignant, Oscar Nominated Best Supporting Actress Performance... As one of 937 German Jewish refugees on the MS St Louis ocean liner, who were refused entry to Cuba in 1939 in a propaganda stunt devised by the Nazis.
She's in the mood for dancing, romancing, she's giving it all... Not to be confused with Footloose, an 18-year-old girl is a welder by day and an exotic dancer by night in a drama about dancing, love, friendships and fulfilling your dreams.
When a Wee 11 -year -old Drew Barrymore Goes Down to the Woods One day... A Ray Bradbury written TV Tale where wee Heather Leary has a liking for horror stories. She hears screaming coming from the woods.
A wee reminder of my latest blogathon coming here soon.... Angelman's Place and I will be celebrating all things Lee Grant in less than 2 weeks,
It's the end of an era for a Bohemian bittersweet bromance... A pair of unemployed and often drunk actors take a break from their dismal London life at a country cottage in the Lake District.
Loving with a Demonic Force... William Shatner speaks Esperanto in a spooky love story.
A Tale of Two Brothers... An American expat's wife dies and he has to break it to his young children. Only telling his eldest son, both become lost in their own grief unable to connect with each other.
Shooting stars lead to a disaster movie with a famous big screen cast... A deadly asteroid is due to hit earth in six days. It's up to the Americans and Russians to ally together to destroy it. Or the subsequent damage predicted may cause another ice age.
A Rock gets snowed under - with an icy ex-wife and a Thorne in his side - as a (snow) storm is brewing... Irwin Allen wasn't the only 1970s Master of Disaster movies, with this Roger Corman produced Avalanche themed winter's tale.