Actually, Guy Noir….
….A dark night in a city that knows how to keep its secrets…..
But you can be happy if you keep your mind to it.
And then there’s the case of Isabel Carson, whose millionaire husband dropped dead while both were watching a performance of “The Merry Widow” in 1907.
No. Not even Monopoly. They get more attention at the cemetery.
The foxes who live in the cemetery where I serve as a guide aren’t the least bit shy—one even seems to understand the idea of posing for photographs.I’ve never known them to play Twister, but the truth is, I wouldn’t be entirely surprised.
In the strip’s earlier (Tatulli) incarnation, it was known that Heart was a fan of Mel Brooks, specifically the musical version of “The Producers”. It would makesense that she would at least be familiar with “Men in Tights”. And as for the Richard Greene series, (which I loved),Heart might have heard of it, but being about 12 years old, it’s unlikely that she ever saw an episode.The Erroll Flynn film, however, is a TCM evergreen.
I’m certain Heart has seen “The Adventures of Robin Hood” with Erroll Flynn at least once.
That would only make him hungry and still unable to sleep.