I had to laugh the other day. A coworker was sharing her weekend Netflix viewing and spoke about the classics she had watched. Things like The Breakfast Club, you know, movies from the 1980s.
After I finished choking on my tongue, I clarified that classics are black and white and from the Golden Age of Hollywood, like the 1920s-1940s.
So this weekend, I did spend time binging on Classic movies and marveled at the roles women played (or didn’t in the shows).
My Favorite Brunette with Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour.
Happy Go Lovely with David Niven and Vera Ellen
My Dear Secretary with Kirk Douglas and Laraine Day
and Saleslady with Anne Nagel and Weldon Heyburn
Some were winners and some I didn’t enjoy so much.
Until next time.