The Wunderkammer of the Mild Colonial Boy, Esq., a Reactionary Tory Gentleman, who armed only with a Steampowered Babbage Engine and Pure Intentions, wanders the Time Streams and Aetheric Plane gathering an Eccentric Hodgepodge of Curiousities, Frivolities, Whimsicalities and Nonsense.
Q. Why is your Tumblelog called "My Ear-Trumpet Has Been Struck by Lightning"?
A. Because "My Grandmother's Ear-Trumpet Has Been Struck by Lightning" wouldn't fit in the available space.
Sundown. United Artists, 1941. With Gene Tierney, Bruce Cabot, George Sanders.
Tierney was featured on all the posters, but you’ll have to wait a good long time to see her. Like many of her films, the emphasis here is on her otherworldly beauty at the expense of her performance. She’s a beautiful blank, her exotic looks enhanced by the makeup crew to make her more believable as a half-French, half-Arab temptress.