Oscar ~ Best Supporting Actor 1963

Patty Duke presented the Best Supporting Actor award .The Best Supporting Actor nominees for 1963 were: Nick Adams for Twilight of Honor, Bobby Darin for Captain Newman, M.D., Hugh Griffith for Tom Jones, John Huston for The Cardinal, and Melvyn Douglas for Hud. I love watching the Oscar clips from the classic Oscars, scouring the … Continue reading Oscar ~ Best Supporting Actor 1963

Too many husbands and wives

What is it about wartime that makes people go all loopy? With so many husbands away at war, how many a wife must have dreamed of having her own husband back, or better yet, two husbands! I found it funny that so many a storyline sometimes takes the turn to multiple spouses. Watching the musical … Continue reading Too many husbands and wives

Theodora Goes Wild

Irene Dunne plays Theodora- a woman who has a secret that she intends to keep. As all the people in her small town throw a fuss about the new erotic romance novel sweeping the country, Theodora tries to find distractions in the city, and finds it in a very curious artist playboy-  played by Melvyn Douglas. So intrigued by Theodora, ....he … Continue reading Theodora Goes Wild

Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House

Melvyn Douglas narrates this film, and as Bill Cole( aka the best friend/lawyer) shares the billing with Cary Grant and Myrna Loy ( Mr. and Mrs. Blandings). Trapped in a small apartment in NYC, the uptight  Mr. Blandings needing something, anything... sees the potential for salvation in a broken down old house, while trying to … Continue reading Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House

Melvyn Douglas

TCM's September Star of the Month Melvyn Douglas spent 63 years as an actor. From the eligible bachelor in his early films to notable character parts in his later years, you're probably wondering why you don't know him as well as Cary Grant. Perhaps most known for Ninotchka, he was the guy pursuing the very cold Greta Garbo, and made … Continue reading Melvyn Douglas