Thursday, November 10, 2011
Day 2088 - Tom Tom, Part Deaux!
Greetings, Bloggy Knights!
Heather, here's a advertisement listing that was several years after March of the Wooden Soldiers (1934). Savi might be a little young for March of the Wooden Soldiers, the Bogey Men are scary!
If you think about it, things were very different in the 1930's. There weren't that many photos being taken, and once Felix (aka Tom Tom) stopped making movies, photos of him would not have been captured anywhere that would have been retained all these years. He lived until 1998 - 90 years.
Here's a blurb about Felix Knight from IMDB:
Although his primary successes were in operetta and musical comedy on stage, he spent four seasons with the Metropolitan Opera Company (1946-47 - 1949-50), where his most frequent roles were Count Almaviva in Rossini's "Il Barbiere di Siviglia" and Arturo Bucklaw in Donizetti's "Lucia di Lammermoor." He spent his last years as a voice teacher and coach.
Yep, still hot then! :) I ordered the movie anyway, just in case. She likes scary stuff on other shows, so maybe she will like it!!!Post a Comment