I’m happy to say, I have been working towards getting my collection of Movie Posters up. If any of you enjoy movies, please check it out. I have been a collector for 60 years.This is just the beginning of listings for my Movie Posters, Movie Lobby Cards, Movie Books and Vintage Postcards.
This is just one of many. I invite you to visit my ebay store Vintagepalace (link below).
I have loved this movie from the first moment I saw it as a very young man. I’ve watched it more times than I can say. When Andrew Reach and I moved back to New York, I began working at two places. First Carnegie Deli and then McBells Pub on 6th Avenue. I remember waiting on Madeleine Sherwwood, the great actress and teacher. She often came into McBells to eat lunch. As I told you about myself, I never miss and opportunity to ask a question. After I waited on her a few times, I got the courage to tell her that I was a true fan and love her Mother Superior on the Flying Nun television series starring Sally Fields and Alejandro Ray. She smiled. Then I said nothing compares to you in Cat On A Hot Tin Roof and unexpectedly I blurted out “SISTER WOMAN”, my favorite line in the movie. I told her I have used that line more times than I can remember. I hope you enjoy my tribute to the movie and the actors that have given me such joy. Always remember, know your wonder!
This Film was made in 1985 It is directed by Paul Aaron and stars , Glenn Close, Patinkin, Valerie Curtin, Barnard Hughes and the one and only Ruth Gordon
When husband and wife Nick and Jan move into an old house in San Francisco , they uncover a message under layers of wallpaper left by a previous tenant. (“Maxie lived here! Read it and weep!”).
The daft landlady from upstairs is overwhelmed when she sees the message and tells them about a girl who lived there in the 1920s. Maxie was a brash young party girl who died in a car crash the morning before her big audition for a Hollywood studio. Her only movie legacy, mere minutes on film, is dug up by Nick who watches it with his wife.
Just after Jan goes to bed, Maxie’s ghost appears. She has never seen herself on film. She laments never having a shot at stardom and then vanishes. Nick can’t figure out if the house is really haunted or if he is hallucinating. He also has his hands full with Miss Scheffer, his boss, who has romantic designs on him.
Maxie eventually takes over Jan’s body, first to experience life, then to try out for a television commercial and ultimately to go to Hollywood for a movie audition she is offered after the commercial. Finally she can fulfill her destiny. Her misadventures mess up Jan’s and Nick’s lives, to the point that Jan is pursued by her boss, Bishop Campbell, who wants to exorcise her. Nick remains utterly fascinated by this woman, who looks exactly like the wife he still loves.