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Summer Hiatus: Myra Breckinridge

” Never mind the 6 feet, tell me more about the 6 inches.”- Mae West Ah, I’ve got some camp to end this month of Mae West flicks, Myra Breckinridge. Myron Breckinridge (Rex Reed) flies to Europe to get a … Continue reading

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Mae West: Best Clips

Below are a series of clips from Mae West movies. The woman knew how to deliver a line. It wasn’t what she said, but the way she said it. “There are no good girls gone wrong – just bad girls … Continue reading

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Mae West: Myra Breckinridge

I loved this movie!  Best zinger:”Never mind about the 6 feet, let’s talk about the 7 inches”! F.M. Laster “I never loved another person the way I loved myself”. – Mae West  

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Mae West the Teacher

Mae West teaching the class.  Remember folks, ” two and two is four and five will get you ten if you know how to work it”.  Enjoy F.M. Laster “I never loved another person the way I loved myself”. – … Continue reading

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Mae West: Night After Night

“Goodness had nothing to do with it”.  So true, so true.  Enjoy and Happy Birthday to Me! F.M. Laster “I never loved another person the way I loved myself”. – Mae West  

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Mae West: She Done Him Wrong

I think this was one where Cary Grant made his debut. He was a dapper looking gentleman, wasn’t he?  Enjoy F.M. Laster “I never loved another person the way I loved myself”. – Mae West

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Mae West: Goin to Town

This month I’m paying homage to Mae West by showing clips from some of her movies.  What I loved about her was how she stuck it to the censors; her lines were just dripping with innuendo. Enjoy darlings. F.M. Laster … Continue reading

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