Lovebirds Donald and Vivian Hart tied the knot in 1937.
True love really can last a lifetime.
Pinkham (of A Gentlemen's Guide to Love & Murder) does a decent-enough job as the likable crooner who retires to a country
Whether your St. Patrick's Day plans include singing ballads, enjoying corned beef, watching a parade or just staying home to avoid whiskey-impaired drivers, it's a grand day for movies!
Mom and her question, "Do you love me?" sprinkled throughout the whole evening, as distracting as when it seems time stands still with a snowfall. Somewhere in the pause and a breath, I could feel all these precious parts resonating in me.
There are so many great Christmas movies that it's hard to know where to aim your remote at this time of year. Between classic Yuletide favorites, films whose Christmas segments have turned them into seasonal fare and an explosion of TV movies, the options are endless.
The song "I'll be Home for Christmas (if Only in my Dreams)" always brings a tear to my eyes. The song is sung from the point of view of a soldier stationed overseas during WWII, and it initially was rejected by the music industry for being so sad.
It's that time of year, again... Shame on you, you seculars! You're the ones who've declared war on Christmas! You're the ones who've ripped the Nativities out of our town squares!
Bing Crosby was 12 years older than Frank Sinatra, but their careers pretty much overlapped for the 37 years from 1941 to 1977, when Crosby died. They formed a mutual admiration society and appeared together on TV and radio and, most memorably, in the 1960 film High Society. So why the disparity in the degree to which they are remembered?
Whether you're heading to college, packing off your kids or just remembering the campus craziness of your youth, it's the right time of year for a little movie nostalgia.