Tuesday, December 24, 2002

Here's the thing. Yesterday came and went without the dream sequence I had hoped for, but with what I had expected - getting to work, looking around like a lost puppy, disappointed, and long stretches of "I shoulda done this" and "I shoulda said that." Sure, I'll run into Eyebrow Man on Sunday as usual; and sure, I will no doubt ride past the restaurant this afternoon on my way to the post office, eyeing any mid-size white truck in the vicinity, with more little disappointments. As the kids today say - WHATEVER. On to more important things.

Today's clip features another scene from Navy Blue, from Francis Ellie. Very typical of "his" films (actually a team of 2 men, see director's page linked below) - corny dialogue, and loud distracting music; it still "works" if you wanna close the office door and pull out your wanger for a few moments and see that at least Santa gets some this Christmas.


"Would you like to put something in my chimney?"

Director: Francis Ellie (1979)
Starring: Jack Wrangler and George Payne; plus Giuseppe Welsh, Brian Ray, Adam DeHaven, Kurt Mann, Snapper Foster, Derek Thurston, and Anna Freed