Dark Horse: An Alec Guinness Archive is another excellent Archive On Four programme. (Forgive the late rec - there’s only two days left on the iplayer - I’ve only just listened myself). It’s basically an audio biography, full of archive interviews with Alec, friends and colleagues. A fascinating hour’s listen.
According to wikipedia (yeah, I know), a Hot Maggie is a type of Hot Toddy made with Earl Grey Tea and Grand Marnier. I like all Hot Toddies, but a Hot Maggie sounds like it kicks all other Hot Toddy butt.
My Favorite hot toddies:
This was served to me at a pub in Dublin. It used Powers whiskey, but you can substitute any Irish whiskey and still be legit:
2 ounces of Powers, a slice of lemon with a few cloves stuck into it, a couple of teaspoons of sugar or for extra class, sugar cubes. Put that stuff in a glass mug, and fill with hot water.
Hot buttered Rum
Get fucked up the Pilgrim way! 2 ounces rum, 1 tsp of butter, a couple of teaspoons of sugar. Put ye olde stuff in a mug and fill it with hot water.
Milky Joe’s Coco Loco Winter Warmer
2 ounces rum, 1 tablespoon coconut manna or coconut butter (do not use coconut oil!)1 tablespoon coconut palm sugar or coconut blossom sugar Put ingredients in a mug or a hollowed out coconut, fill with hot water. Sit back and contemplate getting layers cut into your hair.
Priney’s Hot Punch
Modified version of the the Prince Regent’s favorite punch recipe.
1 ounce rum, 1 ounce brandy, 1 ounce port, 1 teaspoon of sugar, piece of lemon peel, twisted and squeezed so that the oil comes to the surface. Throw all this into a royal mug and fill it with hot water. Sink me, but that’s delicious.
THIS IS A REALLY IMPORTANT POST ABOUT HAN SOLO’S SWEET ASS.
Robert Donat ~ Knight Without Armor (1937)
# here have an exhausted robert with messy hair
Quayle’s eyebrow is vital to the success of the show. It helps him with acting and stuff., is my favorite quote, because I feel like Anthony Quayle’s eyebrows do quite a bit of his acting, they’re like stewart granger’s legs or burt lancaster’s teeth, also I’m so glad its Quayle Wednesday!.
MY WORK HERE IS DONE
More favourite Anton Walbrook photos, 4/?
Agreed! La Ronde is only good as the source of a couple of excellent bugle and silly hat gifs. It’s telling that Anton plays Satan and he’s the most likeable character in the film.
A collection of WWII photographs, depicting some Of the hairstyles of the time, like the victory Rolls, the lifted and the swoops hairstyles. Most of these woman pictured here, were either in the services, the Land Army, WVS, working in factories or part of the home front. A rather inspiring gaggle of girls with gorgeous locks.
Today we were kidnapped by the hill folk never to be seen again and it was the best day ever
YES YES YESI KNOW GOD DON’T I KNOW
matineemoustache replied to your photo: ding dong!I am trying to have my sensible theatre-going brain in but you know…
cinemaocd: #It will be some hot hot puritan action
the important question is, how tight are puritan trousers?
This week, for RLT, it’s a shameless Trousers Appreciation Post. Specifically, Roger’s pink trousers in Ballantrae (a film that has more costume changes than plot points). Apart from Clive’s 1902 uniform trousers, I can state that so far these are the tightest trousers I’ve seen Roger wearing.