Take a lot of classical music and wrap it around at least a dozen solid belly laughs, and you’ve got Unfaithfully Yours.
Patty and I have seen this movie a bunch of times, but not in the past few years–and it still cracked us up today. Preston Sturges, famous for his screwball comedies, made this film in 1948, starring Rex Harrison and Linda Darnell–with a great supporting cast.
When a volatile, hot-headed symphony orchestra conductor thinks his wife has cheated on him, his imagination shifts into overdrive. But when he tries to do the things he’s imagined–like frame his secretary for murder–it’s a whole ‘nother story!
If you’ve never seen this before, you’ll be floored by how funny it is. Laugh till you plotz! We rented it on amazon and got all the laughs we bargained for.
Zero Facebook referrals–count ’em!–over the past three days: how come?
Well, I’ve figured it out. Putin stole them.
I don’t know how he found the time to get at my blog, what with rigging a U.S. presidential election, rigging the Brexit vote against the globalists, and trying to rig Germany’s upcoming election so as to defeat Angela Merkel and her wildly popular immigration policy: but hey, like Rudi Vallee said in Unfaithfully Yours, if you want something done, get the busy man to do it. And you can’t go wrong, listening to Rudi Vallee.
See, I don’t want to be on the wrong side of history, so I have joined the movement to blame every shortcoming on the Russian boss. We all know, now, that Hillary Clinton would’ve had the White House in her pants suit pocket if Putin hadn’t fixed it otherwise. I have it on good authority that he also sabotaged the Edsel, the Byzantine Empire, and The Tim Conway Show. So it would’ve been a very small undertaking for him to zap my Facebook referrals.