And I recently saw Mary Wickes in an episode of Columbo. Poor Columbo had to sit through several photo albums as Mary searched for a photo of a man Columbo was looking for. "Oh, and this is my cousin, Sophie. She had an operation on her big toe and couldn't walk for a week. Poor dear. And this is Daniel. He married my sister but she divorced him a few years ago. And this is..."
Always a delight is Mary Wickes. There's no mistaking her voice, that's for sure.
If I see Mary Wickes on an old rerun or an old movie I know I'm in for a treat when she's in the scene
I used to be Lunalovegood Keeper of Jessica Girl Spy
Leonard 'Mr. Spock' Nimoy portrays a young heart surgeon eager to get his heart treatment research into the market before someone beats him to it. His mentor, an ageing heart surgeon and Nimoy's mentor and fellow researcher, wants to hold off the release. Unfortunately, he himself has a bad ticker and need surgery to replace a faulty heart valve. Enter Nimoy who does the surgery. However, he dies white dissolving sutures black to look like non-dissolving sutures. In the days, the sutures will dissolve, the valve will fail, and Will will die 'naturally'.
His nurse, who adores the old doctor, is suspicious about the gung-ho young Nimoy, discovers some discarded sutures and knows something is wrong. She warns Nimoy that she's going to the police with her accusations. Nimoy makes certain she won't make it out of the parking garage.
Will comes out of surgery, learns of her nurse's murder... and...
It's odd that an unintended victim dies before the intended victim does.
Education is the kindling of a flame, not the filling of a vessel. - Plutarch
Post by noplacelikehome on Oct 11, 2023 17:32:46 GMT -5
It’s been a while since I’ve posted. In the past few months I’ve started a new job, had Covid, and traveled to Vermont. Pretty much in that order too. 😊
Was watching a 1978 movie a few days ago called The winds of Kitty Hawk. About the Wright brothers and their adventures. I was happy to see Tom Bower had a fairly large part (Curt). I enjoy historical movies and this movie was very entertaining and educational.