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Ah, Rhodes Reason -- basso profundo voice of authority. Ah, Lunda Miller -- squeaky voice of milquetoast. OK, so I later learned her dialogue was looped by another actress. But the opposing timbre of teh leads always amused me. And who could top Paul Frees' "Dr. Who" for sinister cackles?ReplyDelete
Nobody could top Paul Frees for that kind of thing...ReplyDelete
Linda Miller... I remember thinking she was very attractive about 10-15 years ago, but these days, she doesn't seem to do anything for me... maybe it's because she looks so helpless in all these stills I've come across?
I dunno, she still does a thing or two for me. Maybe it's the miniskirt (yum!) or that "damsel in distress" bit that appeals to my (limited) machismo. Interestingly, with Linda Miller, this was first time ol' Kong had a "girlfriend" who wasn't screaming her lungs out at the sight of his hirsute self. After Jessica Lange's and Naomi Watts' performances, I was shocked to revisit the 1933 original and find Fay Wray had no warm feelings for the big lug!ReplyDelete
Perhaps I just need to watch the movie again, instead of just seeing her in these few stills?ReplyDelete
Well, I say any excuse to watch the movie is good enough. A reappraisal of Ms. Miller's pulchritude fits the bill quite nicely, methinks!ReplyDelete
OK, okay... now if one of my cable channels will show it, or I can find it online to watch... or if someone buys it for me...ReplyDelete
Linda Miller is the first 'scream queen' I had a crush on as a kid! YOWEE!!ReplyDelete