The above is a direct quote from none other than my sainted mother, who was not amused to learn that she recently became the subject of a post on Twitter:
Author's mother watched TALL TARGET (1951) and said there were “too many people falling off trains.” http://bit.ly/cUGKJc
Needless to say, she is not nearly as accepting of the limelight as yours truly. Anyway, I thought I’d take a spare bit o’bandwidth to note that the Warner Archive is currently running a select “widescreen” sale: over fifty of their titles are being spotlighted in a “Buy 3 for $39.95 plus free shipping” promotion that I simply couldn’t resist passing up—particularly since I was also able to use a $5 off coupon in the process. So the films Tribute to a Bad Man (1956), Party Girl (1958) and Skin Game (1971) will soon be winging their way towards Rancho Yesteryear next week.
And Warner Archive: enough with the promotions already. I’m not made of money and we’ve already established that I’m weak and powerless to resist.