Elizabeth... Dear B.P. Thank you for keeping the Elizabeth Taylor site free from abuse ! It is most appreciated ! She was a beautiful woman, an a beautiful person. (Yes, i met her.) Also, don't you hate that certain individuals try to turn her site into a "MJ" site ? If they want to leave messages for "Michael", shouldn't "they" leave them on "MJ's" site ??? Yours, James
RE: Bette Davis Thank you B.P. Grateful to have grown up in a time when these actors were in their heyday. Maybe it's because I'm so fond of them that I cannot make a fair comparison to what passes for acting today. Movies were such an important part of the life of my generation, as I suspect you know. They were truly dream factories then, and that all important additional classroom where we learned about life. Not sure that the circumstances that brought about all those great films will ever come again, exactly like that, but I see some hope in the performances of certain young actors, although I won't be around long enough for them to become icons. So I'll remain steadfast in my admiration for Miss Davis, and her peers. Thank you for your comment.
Hmm... Three "anonymous virtual offerings" on Elizabeth Taylor : April 10th, all in a row... Wonder whom placed them there ? (Would you perhaps know ?) Of course anonymous offerings show up on one's virtual flower count, just as one's under their own user name do.
RE: Bette Davis One never knows the depths of another heart. I am ill equipped to describe the feelings of my soul, spirit, and heart. I truly live in the past. Many folks are untouchable while alive. Even Humphrey Bogart's grave is behind a locked gate. I love this site. It's part of my solace. Thank you for writing to me.
RE: Bette Davis Hi there...I do! I live in the past mostly. It's not written anywhere that I have to live anywhere else. I love the oldies, and the actors and actresses are just so much more romantic and chivalric. I love Ann Sheridan...she's my favorite...Bogart, et al. Thank you for writing. It gets lonely on here.
RE: Bette Davis Yes, Bette Davis was one in a million... in todays population count though.... one in a trillion maybe. I was always surprised to see how she had to struggle for good roles in her later years. Lots of them (big talents) seem to have had to. I enjoy watching her interviews with TV hosts over YouTube. We think we have it tough with the economy today and feel unappreciated by a low wage; then spit out. They got plenty of that! working in the studios. It took a strong unyielding will such as Ms. Davis had to endure it all. I don't know anyone personally who could have and live to tell the tale. I sure know I couldn't! Bette Davis was a force all to herself. no one like her! I have movies of hers and have managed quite a collection so far. Ms. Sinclair