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Looking back at one of Michelle Pfeiffer's first acting jobs, on the all-too forgettable series B.A.D. Cats (1980).

http://wordsseemoutofplace.blogspot.com/2018/01/michelle-pfeiffer-early-years-bad-cats.html

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I love subversive Christmas films. Here's my top for the season. What are your favorites this time of year?

http://wordsseemoutofplace.blogspot.com/2017/12/all-i-want-for-christmas-top-five.html

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So many new movies I want to catch at the theater--I, Tonya, Thor: Ragnorak, Blade Runner 2049, etc.--so little disposable income or free time. Argh.

https://wordsseemoutofplace.blogspot.com/2017/12/cinematic-yearning-or-seasonal-lament.html

Who's seen Michelle's latest film. She's as great as always.

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We all have to start somewhere, right? Remembering Michelle Pfeiffer's first major screen work, in Delta House (1979).

http://wordsseemoutofplace.blogspot.com/2017/12/michelle-pfeiffer-early-years-delta.html

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Next up, revisiting Michelle Pfeiffer in I Am Sam. The New Yorker review said it best, "Pfeiffer, enormously likable in the role, almost saves the movie." It's one of her most underrated performances, and also one of my personal favorites.

http://wordsseemoutofplace.blogspot.com/2017/11/michelle-pfeiffer-i-am-sam_20.html
Michelle Pfeiffer: I Am Sam
Michelle Pfeiffer: I Am Sam
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Revisiting and celebrating the work of Michelle Pfeiffer, the best actress of my lifetime. One Fine Day is notable for yet another memorable and exceptional performance by Pfeiffer. And, at one point she pulls of wearing a kid's dinosaur t-shirt! Win-win.

http://wordsseemoutofplace.blogspot.com/2017/11/michelle-pfeiffer-one-fine-day.html
Michelle Pfeiffer: One Fine Day
Michelle Pfeiffer: One Fine Day
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Lucinda Robertson (1833-1916), wife of my 2nd great-uncle, William Henry Comer.” (1851-1923)

I can’t help feeling that she was a pretty put-upon woman. She was married twice, the second time to my g-uncle. The first marriage produced 6 children.

My g-uncle was more than 20 years younger than she was. He married a second time 2 years after Lucinda died. His first wife had been married before (and had 12 children from that marriage) and divorced him.

My g-uncle had no children from any of his marriages.
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