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A weekend to…

Hello, hello!!

After some hectic months, I’m finally having some days off this week, especially on this weekend. So what’s better than a hot popcorn, a warm blanket and some classic movies to (re)watch? Then, once I was missing so much in these days my favorite person at all, Audrey Hepburn, I’m re-watching (on a marathon, of course!) some of her movies from 60’s…

The chosen was: “Charade” (1963), a Stanley Donen movie, also starred by Cary Grant; “Paris when it sizzles” (1963), also starred by William Holden, this movie had such special participation of Marlene Dietrich, Mel Ferrer (Audrey’s first husband) and Tony Curtis; and “Two for the road” (1967), another Stanley Donen movie, this time co-starred by Albert Finney. Here we go!!

Audrey 60's

DVDs

On a cloudy day…

Yesterday was one of those cloudy days (which I love!). Then what’s better in these days than a couch (or a bed) and a good movie? (that one which you already watched thousand of times!)

One of these movies that I never get tired of watching is “Bringing Up Baby” (1938), RKO’s comedy starred by Katharine Hepburn and Cary Grant, directed by Howard Hawks.

In this funny movie, a paleontologist called David Huxley (Cary Grant) needs to get a donation of 1 million dollars for the museum where he works. Then he meets Susan Vance (Katharine Hepburn), a clumsy heiress who will disturb his plans… In middle of the mess, still appears a lovely leopard called “Baby” and the confusion is ready! (you can see the original trailer here)

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Movie scene

So, what you think of this movie? Let me know! 🙂

New Babies

Hello!! 🙂

After some changes, I’m here again!

Today I’ll show you my beautiful (and new) babies, which a friend of mine bought for me in his last travel.

New DVDs

Yeah, I’m talking about more two Audrey Hepburn’s movies! (the titles are in Portuguese cause they were bought in São Paulo, Brazil!)

– The first one is “Love In The Afternoon” (1957), starred by Audrey Hepburn, Gary Cooper and Maurice Chevalier, directed by Billy Wilder. This romance tells the story about a detective (Maurice Chevalier) who is hired to follow a woman suspected of infidelity with a womanizer (Gary Cooper). Then, the detective’s daughter, Ariane (Audrey Hepburn), falls in love with this guy. There is a little bit of drama and action in this movie too.

– The second movie is “The Unforgiven” (1960), starred by Audrey Hepburn and Burt Lancaster, directed by John Huston. This movie is the only western in Audrey’s career and tells the story of Rachel Zachary, an indian who was adopted by a white family and, after a long time, it was discovered her indian’s blood and this causes big fights in the community.

So, with these two new DVDs, my Audrey movies collection is growing up!! There are fourteen movies right now! 😀

And you? Do you have some movies’ collection? Tell me, I would love to read about! 😉