David O. Selznick’s production of Margaret Michell’s Pulitzer Prize winner Gone With The Wind is considered by many to be the best movie ever made. Starring Vivien Leigh as Scarlett and Clarke Gable as Rhett, this sweeping drama of the Old South during the Civil War period has been entertaining generations of movie goers.
The film was released in 1938. When the filmed was given a special screening in Pittsburgh not too long ago, it stayed for six months. This is a must see movie for all film buffs…
The Old Soldier is doing some random blogging this afternoon. Car racing is on the television. The day is warm but overcast. Went for a nice long walk through the park down by the University of Pittsburgh. Now I’m going to simmer some diced green peppers and and cook some scrambled eggs and have a cup of orange juice…
Without a doubt, the June 18, 2009 posting of “Why Women Enjoy Getting Oral Sex” has been the most popular posting since it was published.
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Happy Father’s Day and enjoy the rest of the afternoon.
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