R.I.P. Margaret Pellegrini

Discussion in 'Life After Brown' started by moreluck, Aug 8, 2013.

  1. moreluck

    moreluck golden ticket member

  2. Necropostophiliac

    Necropostophiliac Well-Known Member

    She, and all those in that movie are ingrained in my memory.

    I have watched it many times, and it always is like new.

    What a genius the producer and director were.

    Some do not realize that the movie bombed in the movie theaters.

    It is when it went to TV, it took off in ratings.

    Think about this movie. Made in 1939, before WWII and was a box office failure.

    Then in the great year of 1956 (maybe my birth year) it went to TV.

    The film began showing on TV in 1956, re-introducing the film to the public and eventually becoming an
    annual tradition, making it one of the most famous films ever made.

    Margaret Rest in Peace.