Monster of the Day #594

The day after Thanksgiving and the eternal question…what to do with the leftovers?

Then five days later they’re still some left, and getting less and less attractive every day.

  • Flangepart

    “Well, I got this job offer on Metaluna…”

  • Flangepart

    “I got this job offer on Metaluna…”

  • Cullen Waters

    Damn. I wish I looked that good Senior year.

    Or: “Everyone stop complementing him. It’s just giving him a swollen head.”

    This one looks familiar, like I’ve seen it once, briefly, then decided I’d killed enough brain cells for one day. Lady Frankenstein maybe?

  • Gamera977

    Ack, allergic reaction to tryptophan?

  • Flangepart

    Oh-kay…I thought the computer was not posting my comments, and I see I was wrong.

    Just another weird day in computer paradise…

  • That it is. Poor, poor Joseph Cotten…….

  • Bill Bryant????

    Mr. Cotten, you deserved so much better. Know you’ll always be one of the greats in my book!

  • Ken_Begg

    It’s true. Few have ever attained the heights of Cotten–hard to duplicate co-starring in arguably the greatest film ever made, and outright starring in one of the prime runners-up for the title–only to catch to the depths Cotten saw in his last years.

    He kept working, though.

  • True. And maybe that was all Cotten wanted, really. I don’t remember ever hearing of he and Pat ever having to sell their house for money. I suppose, in the grand scheme of things, Jo had it pretty good. I shudder to think of the actors who ended up on the bottle or destitute. I’ve never heard such hard-luck stories connected to Cotten. That’s something pretty nice, really.

  • GalaxyJane

    2 MODs in a row that I actually recognize? What is this world coming to?

  • wallyballou

    Who knows? It might have been more fun than working for Orson Welles.