Friday, November 15, 2013

PaperBack



Leo Guild, The Loves of Liberace, Avon, 1956

4 comments:

Gerard Saylor said...

Shelved with fiction.

Deb said...

Do we really miss the old days?

Unknown said...

Not always, but at my house we watched Liberace's show every week. My mother loved it, and my father got a kick out of it, too. I didn't understand why until I got a little older.

Cap'n Bob said...

We watched it, too. His sign off song, "I'll Be Seeing You," was played at the end of a psychological warfare training class we did in AIT. Imagine a cold, dark night, sitting in a ditch, loudspeakers with a pretty female voice urging us to go home, Joe, and suddenly "I'll Be Seeing You" playing. And then we filled the woods with muzzle flashes from our magazines of blanks. But I was ready to cave for a second. Not that I would have in a real world situation, of course.