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"Mr. Lucky" x 5

A representative and random selection of episodes from the television series Blake Edwards ushered into existence following the one-two of “Richard Diamond, Private Detective” (1957-1960) and the indispensable, detective-redefining “Peter Gunn” (1958-1961). 679 more words

The Film That Defines America

I was recently watching a rerun of the great Blake Edwards comedy classic, “The Great Race”, starring Tony Curtis and Natalie Wood or Natalie Wood and Tony Curtis, depending on your outlook. 440 more words


Where there’s a cat, there’s love – Breakfast with Audrey

Our journey into the world of cats of Hollywood’s past, continues with a real cult of American cinema: Breakfast at Tiffany’s.

Holly Golightly is a provincial girl who moved to New York in search of fortune. 386 more words

REVIEWS: Hidden Pearls

Blind Date - a lorra, lorra laughs

Walter Davis needs a blind date to impress his boss and allows his brother Ted to set him up with his wife’s cousin, Nadia, who goes a little wild as she has an intolerance to alcohol. 338 more words


Breakfast at Tiffany's

Breakfast at Tiffany’s (1961) – 7/10

Based on the novel by Truman Capote, directed by Blake Edwards, music by Henry Mancini and starring the lovely Audrey Hepburn and handsome George Peppard.   90 more words

Audrey Hepburn

For Your Consideration: Jan. 30, 2015

Don’t call it a comeback – we just took a vacation, guys! It was a bit hard to keep in the swing of things over my winter break from school, but I’m back in the routine and that means it’s time to fire up our weekly FYC. 586 more words

For Your Consideration

Breakfast at Tiffany's Film Review

A brand spanking new year and the end of the month (and Superbowl) is here. Almost. The (nearly) last day in January means it’s time once more to restart the parallel post series. 1,635 more words