It is October!
I love October, although this year so far it has been an extension of summer. It was 90 degrees for the Playoff opener yesterday! But the weather will change; it always does.
There is a lot to be done in October.
It is time to buy pumpkins.
And get my black tights out.
It is time to take longer walks and to leave the windows open at night.
And, oh, Vincent Price–flyover hometowner–is the Star of the Month on TCM.
Last night I DVR’d The Private Lives of Elizabeth and Essex (1939), a Warner Brothers classic starring Bette Davis and Errol FLynn, directed by the fabulous Michael Curtiz and based on a play by Maxwell Anderson. It also stars Olivia de Haviland, Donald Crisp, Alan Hale, and Price as Sir Walter Raleigh. So check out Thursday nights on TCM for lots of VIncent Price.
And hopefully we’ll see a lot more of this guy.