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3 things about Arthur Lubin’s IMPACT

Impact [1949] 1. Another sighting of the Brocklebank Apartments. 2. “It’s easier to be tolerant and understanding at 50 than it is to be at 25.” 3. And they moved to Denver and lived happily ever after.

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3 things about Gordon Douglass’s SINCERELY YOURS

Sincerely Yours [1955] 1. An exterior shot of Madeleine Elster’s apartment from Vertigo! 2. “Do you want to touch me?” The woman reaches out and gingerly pokes him on the leg. “A little higher, honey. About here is where I … Continue reading

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It was a just a moment for you.

Courtesy of my vacation to San Francisco, I was finally able to visit the setting for this poem I wrote.

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