Are you kidding? Looking into those bedroom eyes and following that delicious cleft in his chin as he talks, I'd not be able to refuse Cary Grant anything...well, almost anything...and I'm sure he was too much of a gentleman to ask for anything I would be unwilling to do.
That straight nose and chiseled jaw: a man who knows where he is going and does not wander around aimlessly.
Those intense, focused, intelligent, dangerous eyes that also sparkle of playfulness and a deep capacity for emotion.
We need more strong jaw lines, straight noses and passionate eyes in our country.
That cleft is like the mark of a man who has run up against numerous extremes and has tested his metal, leaving a permanent dent in his strong jaw. We definitely need more cleft chins in this country.
I'm lost this afternoon with four of my favorite things in life. Hubby, Westies, Submarine movies and Cary Grant.
"Destination Tokyo" from 1943. The father of the captain on Gilligan's island, Alan Hale, Sr., is in this movie.
If Hollywood made a proud- to-be- American- pro-military movie like this today, it would be so good for us as a country.
Maybe a World War II movie is best shown in black and white. Our country's mindset was more focused in those days, busy developing The Greatest Generation that took America to her supreme standing in the world. The issues and our focus as a country was crisp and sharp... black and white.
These days, we have allowed so many foggy gray layers of political agendas, misinformation and political correctness to shroud our goals in a deadly haze of confusion. May God protect our military in the years ahead!
Gordon is bustling around with his computers. His three desktop computers have each developed a problem, so he is engrossed and won't mind my enjoyment of Cary Grant. The Westies are all sleeping around me. I've folded clothes and am awaiting more to fold.
We got in some new dog tags without individual names. Our Westies were so adept at losing their name tags that I am putting these on each collar with double rings. I also ordered a little green tag with cautions about handing a rescued dog.
If media savvy Barney, the White House Scottie, can snap under pressure and bite a reporter (who was probably asking for it), then even our little cuddlebunnies who have survived harrowing treatment before they were rescued, can be pushed to bite.
Oh good grief! Cary Grant's neck and Adam's apple is to die for! Gordon's neck and Adam's apple melts me every time! Gordon has great dimples, but no cleft.
Can a plastic surgeon put in a chin cleft? I can just imagine Gordon's reaction if I asked him to go under the knife for a fake cleft in his chin! ROFLOL He is facing dental surgery soon, and he is not excited about it!
Cary is showing lots of chest in this movie. I've never been a fan of men with unbuttoned shirts, and it seems inappropriate or out of character in this movie for a sub captain as commanding and as meticulous as Grant.
I'm trying to imagine how it was to see this movie in the theaters in 1943 during a full-blown World War II. The special effects would have been state of the art at the time, and the content of the movie would have been gritty and more realistic than.....hey, the silver fox from Dynasty is in this flix, John Forsythe....Very, very handsome at such an early age.
Another load of clothes to fold. Need more Airborne ...good stuff! Good Boy, Barney! Scotties reportedly are an extraordinary judge of character. We can testify that English Shepherds and Westies can read people flawlessly!