Fasten Your Seatbelts. It's Going To Be a Bumpy Night (Saturday's Favorite Movie Moment)

This scene is from All About Eve, starring the great Bette Davis, with Thelma Ritter as Birdie, Margo's housekeeper, and Celeste Holm, as Karen Richards, Margo's best friend.

Happy Saturday! Welcome to Saturday's Favorite Movie Moment.

This Saturday is the first Saturday's Favorite Movie Moment, I've published in close to a year, and I can believe it. All day today, I've been trying to figure out why the links in my post highlight to Bloggers regular blue color, but then when I publish the post, the color disappears. 

In addition, I cannot find out where to change the fonts period- I am lost- 

Although, "I can't think about that right now. If I do I'll go crazy. I'll think about that tomorrow." Can you guess what movie made that quote famous?

Anyway, if I do not figure out how to change the font colors on my blog soon, "I'll go crazy."  Hence, I've asked myself the same question I asked myself all year. 

"Is it over, or is it just beginning?"  (All About Eve)    Did Blogger change their font design that much, or is the question so easy, there isn't an answer?   Who knows? 

But  I had to "fasten my seatbelt," 'cause I had "a bumpy night." 

I'm sorry I'm behind on my blog visits, but I'm sure I'll bump into ya sometime today.

Until then, have a happy happy Saturday! And be aware of  "bumpy nights."


Anonymous said...

A classic! Loved Bette in just about anything

Sandee said...

She was a fabulous actress. I loved her in everything she did. Excellent choice.

Have a terrific day. Hugs. :)

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Grace, Sorry, I'm so late with a response. I've been on the war path. Between my cat and my computer it's a miracle I can work at all.

Yes, they don't make them like Bette anymore. Thank you for the comment. I'm going to add your new links today. :)

Cheers, have a great day~


aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Sandee, Same apology to you. Sorry, I'm late with a response.

Thank you, for such a kind compliment. It took me forever to paste Bette up there~ (Long story)

So much has changed in the blogging world, and in such a short period of time. I'm not sure if it's my computer or Firefox, but I'm having all sorts of trouble.

I write my manuscripts and other work on Notepad, so I am really behind.

You have a terrific day too!

Big Hug back to ya,


Ferd said...

Hi Annie!

I'm even later, but better late than never, right!?

Love/loved Bette Davis, especially when she was bad!

About that phrase from a movie you mentioned , the name of the movie is just behind the tip of my tongue. Is it from Gone with the Wind?

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Hey Ferd,

You're not late. It's wonderful to hear from you. I haven't been online in ages, and you're apologizing for running late?

And yes, that phrase is from 'Gone With The Wind.' You know your movies...I hope everything is great in your world and it's really really nice to hear from you.

Thank you, for the comment, and for visiting. I'll be by to visit you to soon. I'm sorry I'M behind- :)


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A classic! it shows my feelings

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Anonymous said...

sorry for my late response .. i really like this post because i like the actress who is performed in this movie.. really like this post .. thank you so much...

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Jackie said...

Hi Annie. I am back from the outer limits and started blogging again!!

This is one of my all time favorite movies.

I am so so glad to be back. I still had all you guys in my reader and I am adding you to my list as fast as I can.

I have missed you so hope you are doing well!!
Big big hugs,

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