Good god damn that is a VOICE. I may have melted to the couch. Hold on...Yep. I'm stuck.
Don't you want to run your fingers through his grandson's mop of hair? Wait---/checking IMDBWhew. He was born in 86. Still a young 'un, but it's ok to think such things.
You're godddamn RIGHT, "Spellbound". Man, I was pissed when that spelling bee movie came along and all the hipsters went nuts for it and I had to start adding "1948" to the movie I was talking about. Were Ingrid and The Peck in your precious spelling movie? They were NOT, so SHUT IT and GET OUT.
Hee, Jay. I love that spelling bee documentary. But for TOTALLY different reasons than I love Spellbound, 1948!
Over all of these I can hear my mom saying "NICE looking man". She wouldn't go see "Superman Returns" with me cause she was too sad about Chris, "he was *gorgeous*".
I'd like to submit Lou Gehrig for your consideration. All the time I was learning about ALS in neurology class I couldn't take my eyes off of the big picture of Lou Gehrig the teacher made the mistake of displaying during his lecture. http://www.rieselisd.org/data/webs/History/1930/decade/Lou%20Gehrig.jpg
Thank you, Thalia! He will be added to the list, especially because your crush came about academically.
Oh, I just want to put my hands all over both of them. And wow, what a nice voice the grandson has. I love Gregory's lips--they remind me of my own husband's fine lips.
Looks kinda like Merle Oberon...the woman, that is.
I've posted before about the most handsome man to have ever walked the planet--Gregory Peck. His early, early years were...sigh. God, yes, his grandson sounds like him.
That horrible woman is Alida Valli, and that's a publicity still from one of Hitchcock's worst movies, "The Paradine Case." Gregory Peck was oh, so beautiful - and that voice. Killer.
Also, he was an incredibly lovely man - gracious and gentlemanly. I spoke with him, up close and personal, once.Yes, I did!