Words and draws by Russ
Clothed her insecurity in attack mode. My mother loved that movie.
Off to check out the blog you mentioned. I want to see your crazy cat too!
Love the drawing!I haven't seen that one but just put it on my 'Flix queue. When I was living in MN in the 80s, I remember there was a theater that played Mommy Dearest and people came to play just like they did at Rocky Horror. There were a lot of waving wire hangers and sweeping the aisles. -Cin
I had a teacher who looked like her in grade school...Mrs Bell...scary teacher...when she took out her ruler, you knew trouble was coming!
I'm going to have to watch it, now. Love her eyes in this drawing!
Oh my gosh, Toon, you sweetheart! Thank you so much!I'm still gnashing my teeth that I haven't been able to see the remake--but I will as soon as possible!'Thanks again--this made my day!
I can see from your drawing why Joan Crawford hated wire hangers. Clearly her clothes were so stiff she could just stand them up in a corner. :DNever saw Mildred Pierce. I'm more into Bette Davis.
I haven't see that movie in ages and ages... my Mom liked her a lot... another memory is her taking me to see 'Mommy Dearest' at the Adams Theater downtown... at least I think it was the Adams...... can't afford HBO... drat..!
wow, she's a stern woman. My penis just ran off whimpering like a scared dog.
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