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Lourdes Sivilla-Moriarty
Jun 18, 2019
In Favorite Actor/Actress
I love all those old creepy horror movies with David Niven like the one of the wax museum and another where he's the brother in that really creepy old mansion. (Please forgive me for not mentioning the names, but it's almost 3:30 in the morning and my brain isn't up to snuff.) There is just something about David Niven that makes him synonymous with the word creepy. He should've gotten an Oscar for being so creepy!!! Then there's Doris Day, the complete antithesis of creepy!! She is so beautiful in all of her movies and always has that girl next door demeanor in her movies, with the exception of a few. In The Glass Bottom Boat, when Rod Taylor reels in her bathingsuit, or later on in his kitchen, when the cleaning robot comes out and starts chasing her all over Rod Taylor's kitchen, or how about when Dick Martin ends up in bed with another man instead of Doris Day, as he had previously arranged (or at least, he thought he had!) OMG, it's hysterical!! And what about the movie, Please Don't Eat the Daisies with Doris Day and (you guessed it!) David Niven. Hard to believe that King Creepy could play the role of Doris Day's husband, although he does cop an attitude as a theatre critic. They have four very precocious boys with the youngest being such a huge escape artist, that they have to keep him under lock and key!! They live in an apartment in Manhattan and decide to move to a rickety old mansion (a real fixer upper!!) in the country and commute to work by train every day.
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Lourdes Sivilla-Moriarty
Apr 07, 2019
In Events
We have so much fun at all of our events even those that are not Fathom Events. I quite enjoy getting together with my TM Backlot Atlanta Chapter family, whether it's watching a movie, dining out, or going on a "field trip". No matter what we do, we always have a lot of fun!.
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Lourdes Sivilla-Moriarty
Apr 07, 2019
In Favorite Actor/Actress
Cary Grant can never make a misstep, as far as I'm concerned. In Bringing up Baby with Katherine Hepburn or Monkey Business with Ginger Rogers and Marilyn Monroe or The Bachelor and the Bobby-Soxer with Shirley Temple and Mirna Loy or Arsenic and Old Lace with Raymond Massey and Peter Lorre, Cary Grant pulls off being serious while at the same time making me laugh hysterically when catastophe and chaos reign supreme. He is so charming and debonaire, the epitome of a gentlman, at all times. Sean Connery will always be my James Bond, which is where I saw him for the first time. I loved in Darby O'Gill and the LIttle People, The Hunt for Red October, and The Rock to name just a few of his movies. He never gets old for me, even though he is almost 89 years old and old enough to be my father. He is sooooo handsome and don't get ,me stared on his voice! He sends shivers down my spine as soon as he opens his mouth to say something.
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