I don't know if I can bring myself to watch this video (directed by Cary Fukunaga!) of Jake Gyllenhaal singing a song from Sunday in the Park with George, his upcoming Broadway production of the Stephen Sondheim musical, because I can't afford to see the show and this is just going to depress me. The world's awfully depressing right now. I might have to wait until I can take it. But perhaps it will do something for you, other than despair anyway.
"Rain was her first real starring role. She's quite good in Daisy Kenyon and in Sadie Makee. Dancing Lady is fun, and she dances with Fred Astaire. The Bride Wore Red is also quite good. And of course, there's her magnificent performance in The Women."
"Possessed (1931 version. She made 2 movies by that name. Fitting somehow). Sadie McKee - 3 leading men and the great song "All I Do Is Dream of You". Laughing Sinners - She joins the Salvation Army!"
--- For the great Joan Crawford's birthday I asked y'all to recommend some of her early films to see, and I got many answers - to single out a couple that's what Pierce & DCameron had to say. I guess I have some binge-Joaning to do! What do you think?