This has got to be the scariest movie I've ever seen. Tod Browning, who directed Bela Lugosi in the original Dracula, stepped into even eerier territory with this 1932 story of betrayal and retribution in the circus. Evil trapeze artist Olga Baclanova seduces and marries a midget in the circus sideshow, hoping to inherit his wealth. But in doing so, she has crossed the wrong folks: the tightly knit group of nature's aberrations, who stick together like family--and who set out to avenge their little pal. Browning brought in some of the most famous sideshow attractions of the era, include Siamese twins Daisy and Violet Hilton and Johnny Eck the Legless Boy, as well as Zip and Pip, microcephalics whose appearance in this film inspired cartoonist Bill Griffith to create his comic strip, "Zippy the Pinhead." So disturbing that it was banned for 30 years in Great Britain. Unreal!! A must-see!
perfect for a sunkissed summer glow!
Elizabeth Barrett Browning. My favorite poet.... "Grow old with me, the best is yet to be..." A great book with a great selection. Life, Love and Words.
these are great dishes to cook and present dinner on-no changing out from my old pyrex! love the vibrant colors too.
Nice stainless steel toaster with 8 browning settings so you're assured to get your bread the way you want it. It has wide slots to accommodate larger slices and even bagels.