Classic Movie Friday! ~A little early~

Life With Father (1947)

William Powell

Irene Dunne

Irene Dunne and William Powell in Life with Father:

After my recent eye surgery, I am starting to get back into the swing of things. πŸ™‚ I’ve read a few blogs this evening. I’ve been listening to an audio book. My eye is doing good. I have a doctor appointment on Wednesday the 24th. I’m posting Classic Movie Friday a little early.

In the midst of all the crazy,Β Dad loves his wife dearly and is proud of his sons! That’s how I would sum up this classic movie.

Clarence Day (William Powell) is a difficult man, to say the least, but I do believe, over the years, his lovely wife Vinnie (Irene Dunne) has learned how to manage her tyrant of a husband. She certainly has an interesting way of thinking. πŸ™‚ Everything does work out in the end.

Psssst. Come close. Closer. You’re not close enough. πŸ™‚ Ahh. That’s better.Β  This is highly confidential. I don’t like Elizabeth Taylor. *GASP* In this movie she has a HIGH-pitched squeal when she cries that could put a siren on an emergency vehicle to shame! WOW! That girl could squeal! I’ve seen her in three or four movies and I didn’t care for her in any of them.

Have you seen Life with Father? ENJOY!


4 thoughts on “Classic Movie Friday! ~A little early~

  1. Hi Kathy,
    I hope your eyes recover quickly. I had lasek surgery about 10 years ago and remember how scary it was. See, with that surgery I had to be awake. I’m incredibly squeamish, so that didn’t help.
    Anyway, I pray that it goes well for you.

  2. I’ve never seen Life With Father. It sounds endearing??
    The only movie I’ve seen with Elizabeth Taylor in it is Lassie. She was a young girl in it though.
    I’m glad you’re healing up well. I went for a lasik consultation last month. I wanted the monovision option. I was disappointed that during the trial period my brain just couldn’t adjust to it. πŸ˜”

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