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My one criticism of Midnight in Paris was the Baker character was only referenced fleetingly.
Wait, I have another criticism that just occurred to me. The end where he meets Gabrielle played by Léa Seydoux (with a golden glow around her hair) on the bridge? You know, where she says she doesn’t mind walking in the rain. With hair like that, in real life she would hate to get it wet in the rain.
Yes, I am not in a romantic mood at the moment. When I am in a romantic mood, Midnight in Paris is flawless and I imagine running away with Marion Cotillard or Léa Seydoux. Can never decide which as they both have their attractions.
Ella Fitzgerald and Joe Pass together in this magnificent performance of Cry Me a River (written by Arthur Hamilton and first published in 1953). The ballad, was originally written for Ella Fitzgerald to sing in the 1920s-set film, Pete Kelly’s Blues but the song was dropped. Fitzgerald first released a recording of the song on Clap Hands, Here Comes Charlie! The song’s first release and most famous recording was by actress/singer Julie London in 1955 which was very good but am a huge Ella fan.