Yes, I am ‘Supposed’ To Be Writing About ‘Macbeth’, But Liz Taylor Has Invaded My Head And My Heart.
And Recently Taken Up Permanent Residence There–And That’s Bullshit–She Has Always Lived There
And she always shall.
(I‘ll return to our Hero presently.)
Just as soon as I am able to extract Liz from my head.
I have not the words to properly describe her beauty
“Cat on a Hot Tin Roof”
Of course I wrote a University level paper on this movie.
“Shrew”–I wrote if for my Shakespeare class.
The Professor was a big fat ‘Bull-Dyke”
But she was fond of me.
“I’ve never met a dyke I didn’t like”
In fact, I have spilled a lot of ink on Liz.
Sorry that those papers did not survive the fire my last wife started. I guess I should feel blessed that I got out alive with my ass in tact. In fact.
Perish the papers….
It was me or them.
I chose me over them.
And ‘Shrew’ You Richard Burton. You Lucky Bastard!
“Kate of my Consolation”
Bianca (And Liz)
A Place in the Sun (1951)
Liz And Montgomery Clift were the very best of friends.
Of course Monty, he was Gay
Everyone knew this
Liz didn’t care’
Nor do I
He was a magnificent actor
(And Of course I wrote a paper on this movie as well.)
I LOVE TEXAS
(Have I ever mentioned that?)
(Filmed in Marfa, Texas)
“Cat on a Hot Roof”
I can only watch this once per decade.
It hits the mark too close to home.
I love movies.
What the hell is wrong with me?
Added value bonus:
Thank you my good friend
Macbeth, LIz taylor, Lenny Bruce. All in the same post. The intrigue never stops on your site, Lance. You are a renaissance man indeed. And a journalistic visionary.