18 April 2009
Your Favorite 18th Century Film? A New Poll. . .
Just a quick post this morning since the Grand Duchess and I have some work to take care of in the attic before our spray insulation is applied Tuesday morning.
I've been pondering various movies set during the 18th century since we viewed the Hillary Swank movie last weekend, and I've also looked around on the web. It turns out that there are many movies that fall into this category if we go all the way back to the 1930s. For the latest poll (at right) however, I've limited the movies titles to ones that I have either seen or know of. So, have a look, cast your vote, and maybe take a few minutes to leave some comments here, especially if you know another movie that is period specific and worthy of tracking down. The Great Catherine, by the way, is not the more recent Catherine Zeta Jones film but rather a comedy with Peter O'Toole and (I believe) Audrey Hepburn from 1968 or '69.
Hopefully, I can squeeze in some time to get the long delayed game with Jeff Hudelson started and, later, some painting time on that latest batch of fusiliers. For now, it's back to the salt mines, er, the attic!