Michael Kitchen is light on his feet in Dandelion Dead.
Enjoyed the escapist La La Land today. Fun watching modern-day actors break out into song and dance.
Michael Kitchen’s tennis playing skills on display in Dandelion Dead.
He joins two of my other favorite tennis-playing actors in their enjoyment of the sport. 🙂
Unpleasant news from Martin dampens Armstrong’s celebratory mood.
The only way a smelly cigar can be appreciated, as far as I’m concerned, is to watch Michael Kitchen smoking one.
My top 20 Michael Kitchen roles:
19. Major Herbert Armstrong in Dandelion Dead (1994)
Without MK’s comic touches, Armstrong’s slide into murder and depravity would have been unbearable for me to watch.
How lovely to see you “active” again! However much you do will be great!
Thank you, anon. Yes, an unplanned spurt of blogging this week, even as KF takes a backseat now to other activities…
Remembering Peter O’Toole in Pied Piper, I am reminded of the equally tall David Thewlis towering over MK in Dandelion Dead. In this scene the two make the most of their 7” difference in height.
In murdering his wife, Herbert Armstrong sadly destroys the closeness he enjoyed with his daughter, Eleanor. Much to his dismay, as this review from New York Magazine (Oct. 31, 1994) notes, she turns into his wife.