Thursday, April 13, 2017

when pigs fly...

Chupa is pretty excited about the next friday night film... 
83,85,62, .12",B

11 comments:

remmij said...

hope it doesn't go to his head - he has a sweet setup, but may want the Hollywood-type star bungalow…
(did he have final edit control in the contract? … and does Javier sprout wings or is it CGI FX?)
chicken shack… that ain't chicken feed
is he going head to head with that famous little film raptor?
the Maltese Falcon
1941 trailer
Chupa & Bogie… before the dispute over top billing & the falcon showing up — they will always have Marfa
little known scene of the two stars

Sam Finn said...

Hope it's a double feature.

Margery Bills said...

He got a female? He learned a trick? How many words does he know? What? I guess I will have to wait for the Friday night movie. Now that is advertising. :-)

relaxin67 said...

.12"!! A little bit of rain. More than here in Southern Nevada: 0.0".

Margery Bills said...

Yes, Remmij, I would like to see the original of the Maltese Falcon. Looks good on the trailer.

Margery Bills said...

Lol, Sam, a double feature. You have great ideas. :-)

Sam Finn said...

I'm watching the clock ... 5:52 EST ... waiting for the FNM from TFL.

Judy said...

The title of this post made me smile. There is a children's book call Tuesday by David Wiesnar, if you are ever in a library find a copy and 'read' it.

John Wells said...

I'm always amazed when people mention going to a library. I haven't been to a library in over 30 years. I can buy the book and have it delivered to my door the next day cheaper than what it would cost me to drive to a library. Didn't even have to do that... https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JtQ4DdzCZMA

Sam Finn said...

I used to go to the library a lot. Then I got a computer. I still like to walk among the books now and then.

Judy said...

John, interesting youtube video but not nearly as good as holding the book in your hands and 'reading' it. Of course, cuddling a child and them discovering and talking about what they are seeing probably adds to the charm of the book.