Tuesday, November 11, 2014

Sothern Hospitality


Ann, oh man.

5 comments:

  1. Love this shot. She always played such approachable characters and seemed so down-to-earth herself. It's nice to see a more glamorous side.

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  2. I have watched some episodes of the "Private Secretary/Susie/The Ann Sothern Show" on YouTube, and it is really delightful. It is a shame it is not more well-known today.

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  3. Ann Sothern was superb, convincing in everything she did, whether films or television.
    Blue Gardenia--1953--may not have been a starring vehicle, yet her presence somehow took that film to a higher level. The naturalness, the emotional poise, the lack of pretension---she positively nailed everyone of those attributes. An unfairly under-rated actress. So good of you to list her (at least, at one time) as one of your Patron Saints. Pope John XXIII and John Paul II cannot hold a candle.

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  4. Thanks for posting . I watched her growing up when her shows were on UHF. Always liked her

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  5. As wonderful in an "A" production like "A Letter To Three WIves" as she was in countless programmers, and a terrific foil to Lucy as the Countess Framboise on The Lucy Show -- she should have been the permanent Viv replacement, she and Lucy worked SO well together.

    And you can just spot a John Engstead a mile off, can't you? His stuff was just right for ladies of a certain age...

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