Dangerous Dames: Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, Feb. 2017, Vol. 36-24-36

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     “Bubble, bubble, toil and trouble”: resounds the infamous witch’s incantation exemplified by the vomitable vaudeville warblings currently on display by the intellectually challenged trio of Beltway harridans who have become the new Age of Non-Reason’s congressional equivalent of the Andrews Sisters by way of the Antichristess: Waters-Pelosi-and Warren. This bleating triumvirate of Hillarytown’s morally abortive scrapings cannot help but conjure a reexamination of every guy’s periodically contemplated inquiry: no, not Why Can’t a Woman Be More Like A Man?, but, What’s the Deal?: or, is there any more misunderstood, contradictory, frustrating example of the female of the species than women? (Huh?) The current hysterical clarion call for lunatic militant sisterhood (Ashley Judd and Madonna in 2020!) flies in the face of more realistic (and traditional) catty internecine infighting among the “gentler” sex which more often than not rejects an individual’s ideal of happiness and accomplishment for a forcibly unified gender coalition eschewing nice for (according to Her Squawness Liz Warren)damesgif1 “nasty” as the new accepted version of the “Yes we can”/Rosie the Riveter pioneering spirit, though in a new philosophical incarnation whose sole purpose seems, not the advancement of the fairer gender, but the rusty bladed emasculation of both “uncooperative” women and the contemporary class of pasty androgyny (the Schumer factor) which occasionally identifies itself (on those rare occasions when they display any spinal fortitude) as Men. With this in mind, we present this month’s episode of America’s most divisive yet endearing game of wits, the Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, brought to you by those good folks who regularly prescribe SKITTLES, America’s favorite nutritional supplement. In this edition we celebrate cinema personifications of those soft and sensitive kittens who just happen to be uncomfortably familiar with impulses and instincts less than pure, and more comfortable with the criminally unhinged. The first to correctly identify all thirteen will be the proud recipient of the ticklish CSR Culture Shock Award, satisfying difficult to please women since just prior to Hawaiian statehood. Good luck.

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One Response to Dangerous Dames: Classic Film Images Photo Quiz, Feb. 2017, Vol. 36-24-36

  1. beetleypete says:

    In reverse order!
    13) Siren
    12) Pretty Poison (Tuesday Weld)
    11) The Bad Seed (1950 something)
    10) The Letter (A classic)
    9) The Boys from Brazil
    8) Nikita? But not the ‘real’ film, which was much better. Maybe a remake that I avoided.
    7) Play Misty For me. (The easiest one…)
    6) Rosemary’s baby. (Who could forget?)
    5) Didn’t get this one as I am not 100% sure
    4) The Pit and The Pendulum. (Barbara Steele?)
    3) Rebecca (The best version)
    2) ‘Ma’ in White Heat.
    1) Haven’t seen it, so no idea.

    11/13 I reckon.
    I am either trying harder, or my memory is getting better with age.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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