Thursday, April 12, 2007


preston sturges' unfaithfully yours, 1948

one of my favourite parts of unfaithfully yours; the great comic actor lionel stander praises the skills of conductor rex harrison, after his gut-wrenching performance:

"flatter you?, compared to the truth i am insulting you, what did you have in your head, what visions of eternity, armageddon, the final battle of the planets in the end of creation, to bring music like that from that bunch of catscratchers."

that bunch of catscratchers

1 comment:

sroden said...

this movie has some of the best dialogue ever!