OK, so I’m obsessed with Hayley Mills. Sue me. But I wanted to follow up from yesterday’s blog… about photographers wanting my true love to look foolish. Just wrong.
Today’s topic: Why do you want Hayley stuffing her face? What’s with the food fetish??
I will accept the following “original sin” photo, however. 🙂
I don’t know why this is, but publications seemed to want to promote Hayley Mills as a “goofy gal” back in the sixties. Perhaps it was her puckish movie roles, but somehow photographers wanted to escalate her persona into “wacky!” Check out these ridiculous poses that got published. Sheesh.
Thanks, Life Magazine, for these glamorous poses.
Who’s into nose-picking?
You’re doing it wrong.
Could you make her look frumpier?
And what’s sexier than a bass drum and a sombrero?
Yeah, real attractive.
And finally, from the “Ooooh” collection….
Seriously, my gal is cute as a button – so let’s make her look that way, ok, guys?! We need more pictures like this:
Two for the price of one!
I was going through my Hayley Mills photo collection (Yes, I’m a BIG fan), and I noticed something strange about Hayley’s films… about 1/4 of her theatrical films start with the letter T. Weird. It’s like the Paul Newman “H” films. Anyway, here’s the lineup:
Tiger Bay (1959)
The Truth About Spring (1965)
That Darn Cat (1965)
Sez here I’m almost done with my Disney contract.
The Trouble with Angels (1966)
Twisted Nerve (1968)
Baby, yer hugging too hard.
Take a Girl Like You (1970)
A Troll in Central Park (1994)
Look, I’m animated!
OK, so there you are. The “T” movies of my long-time girlfriend, Hayley.
See ya latuh, alligatuh.