Lost Classic That Never Was – Part 4
So this is the Jeeves & Wooster bit in The Fountainhead…
I’ve been a bit lazy with the images this month. Most of them are just shots from other movies. I’m just quickly posting this now – because otherwise it will be May before I remember to do it again.
In case you’re wondering what this is all about, it’s an old movie called The Fountainhead that I mashed up with some singing, dancing (from Billie Holiday, Cab Calloway and the Nicholas Brothers), some Jeeves & Wooster and some of the Marx Brothers – Jeeves and Wooster are the only ones in this bit. And also I added a few more characters and changed some of the characters of the original into more likeable types. As you do.
The shot of Ginger Rogers and James Stewart below (isn’t it adorable?) is from Vivacious Lady. I’ve never seen the film – yes, there are some old movies I haven’t seen – but in it they get married the day they meet and then the Jimmy Stewart character is afraid to announce their marriage to his family. So I guess the description must have lodged itself somewhere in my brain which is why they’re in a similar situation in this – sort of.
And here’s some more images:
Oh, that idea of Ann’s to position the windows to let in light but not allow views of the interior – totally got that from an episode of Grand Designs.
And here’s the next bit: