Treading the Boards #4


Sam Wanamaker and Ingrid Bergman in the 1946-47 production of Joan of Lorraine for which Bergman won a Tony. In 1948 it was made into a film, Joan of Arc, directed by Victor Fleming, with the play-within-a-play motif entirely removed.

4 comments:

newspeak101 said...

John Stossel, what a schmuck.

Tom Sutpen said...

Huh??

If that doesn't receive this year's prize for Non Sequitur Comment of the Year . . . it's only because we don't give out prizes on this blog.

Greg said...

Sam does bear a mild resemblance to Stossel, maybe that's where he was going. Thanks to my children watching "Wizard People, Dear Reader" a few years ago I now always think of Sam's daughter, Zoe, as "Catface Meowmers." I'm sure she would not be pleased.

Tommy O'C said...

I thought he was Josef Stalin for a split second.