Well, let’s see if I can do this. I’m on my tablet, trying to make my post about the costumes at the mall. This first photo is front the Grace Kelly section. The dress in the foreground is from Rear Window, the background is from To Catch a Thief.
We love Rear Window.
As I have mentioned before, it is awkward to post on the tablet. Still, one must persevere.
I was a little disappointed that the Better Davis dress was just one from an awards show. When I had heard there would be one of her dresses there, I confess I got my hopes up for the iconic party dress from All About Eve. Still, Bette Davis. There could be no possible objection.
In many people’s minds Bette Davis and Joan Crawford go together. Both are represented here. I liked Joan’s dress even better.
I had to take the plaque separately.
Likewise, I needed two shots for Drums Along the Mohawk , which of course has a delightful local connection.
Many will recognize Audrey Hepburn’s dress from My Fair Lady.
We didn’t recognize the movie these costumes were from, but we liked them.
The display continues at Sangertown Mall through tomorrow, Oct. 29. Sorry for giving local readers such short notice in case you want to check it out, but these things happen. I hope at least you enjoyed my photos. Happy Friday, everyone.
But where are there heads?
I wondered that myself. Then again, it is almost Halloween, and Joan Crawford did chop off a couple of heads in “Straitjacket.” Oh, and Bette Davis MIGHT have chopped off her lover’s head in “Hush…Hush…Sweet Charlotte.” But I’m not accusing anybody of anything.
Gesh this is a crazy amount of violence. Almost sounds like things a certain presidential candidate has said another presidential candidate has done. But seriously this is a cool thing, was it just dresses?
Pretty much, with a couple of men’s costumes thrown in.