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Klarinet Archive - Posting 001146.txt from 1999/01

From: "Paulette W. Gulakowski" <>
Subj: Re: [kl] Feline diatribe(was" leaving equipment on stand")
Date: Fri, 22 Jan 1999 20:05:58 -0500

And I though the best known of the B movies was "Plan 9 From Outer
(with all the answers to what is right and proper and f(el)ine)

On Fri, 22 Jan 1999 19:40:35 EST writes:
>Mark Charette wrote:
>>Lelia wrote:
>>>(You may call me, "She Who Must Be Obeyed.")>
>>Ahhh - that's what many of the human male species call their wife.
>>Along with a "B"-movie title - "She", Who Must Be Obeyed.
>Yup, that's probably where Shadow got the idea. She's seen my videos
>and I'm
>afraid they gave her ideas. The movies were based on the classic
>novel, _She: A History of Adventure_, published in 1886, by H. Rider
>It's been filmed at least five times (1917, 1926, 1935, 1965 and 1985;
>some of
>these also had sequels). The classic film, although it's re-set at
>the North
>Pole, is the 1935 version, directed by Irving Pichel, with Lansing C.
>Helen Gahagan, Randolph Scott, Helen Mack, Nigel Bruce and Gustav von
>Seyffertitz, with a fine score by Max Steiner. The best-known of the
>B movies
>is the 1965 Hammer version directed by Robert Day, with Ursula Andress
>John Richardson.
>Ken Wolman wrote,
>>>>...and Pushkin El Pussygatto is sitting on the
>table, and I swear to God she's grinning. Oh wow...somebody fetch the
>lysol, quick. I thought cats, when they got mad at you, only did that
>in places like your shoes or on the bed.... The repairman thought he
>was going crazy when I brought it in for an overhaul. "Jesus K.
>buddy," he asked me, "was your cat trying to play this?" "No," I
>"and that wasn't a silver bullet she left either.">>>
>LOL! I sure hope Shadow didn't read that.... Guess from now on, I'd
>keep the case closed while I'm practicing.
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