... you can learn from:
Shadow of a Doubt (1943)
Young Charlie: We just sort of go along and nothing happens. We're in a terrible rut. It's been on my mind for months. What's gonna be our future? Joseph Newton: Oh, come now, Charlie. Things aren't as bad as that. The bank gave me a raise last January. Young Charlie: Money? How can you talk about money when I'm talking about souls? We eat and sleep and that's about all. We don't even have any real conversations. We just talk.
Teresa Wright was born 98 years ago today. I know she was a big star in her day - she was my grandmother's favorite actress - but I'm really only familiar with her via this Hitchcock movie. Have you seen it? It really is one of his best; it was actually Hitch's favorite movie of his own. As for her other work I have seen a few (Casanova Brown and Mrs. Miniver, for instance) but it's been a long time. I do love that she played the older woman to Marlon Brando in his first film The Men, though. Go get him, girl.