This, I predict, you are going to look at for longer that it makes any sense to look at it. Look at it! “The Radio (puzzle)” in Frank Capra’s Platinum Blonde (1931) featuring the hands of Robert Williams.
Cotton. Candy. Eyes. via warnerarchive:
Shelley Duvall eats cotton candy on the set of “Brewster McCloud" (d. Robert Altman), 1970
Jacques Tati plays football in the 1960s in the garden of his house in Saint-Germain-en-Laye near Paris.
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Why didn’t Jacques Tati ever make a film about soccer? That’s now my favorite movie that will never exist.
I was just talking about the greatness of Jules Feiffer yesterday also. Turns out neil-gaiman was, too, on the same day. Of course I was talking about Feiffer’s theatre and film work, but no need to quibble. Quoth Neil:
Never forget that Jules Feiffer is the wisest of all cartoonists.
An exceptional excerpt from Little Murders featuring Elliot Gould and apt for the present NSA moment…