Watching an old movie on the screen lets you notice little things you never did on the television.
- In the sledding scene at the beginning of the movie (where Harry slides into the water), all the kids have skull & crossbones patches on their hats.
- All the Coca-Cola advertising in Mr. Gower's drug store.
- The metal skull on Mr. Potter's desk (when George is getting offered the job with Potter).
- Being able to recognize the portraits of family members as actual photos of the actors (not filler).
I'll leave you with an interesting article I ran into about Frank Capra's films and his faith. Of particular interest is the story about a stranger visiting Capra in the hospital (when he had Tuberculosis) and giving him somewhat of a "pep-talk."
Anyway, blogging may slow down a bit with the holidays around the corner. Priorities, ya know!