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Wednesday, January 20, 2016

Rita Hayworth: Put The Blame on Mame

Source:Lil Dy PM- The Love Goddess Rita Hayworth, from Gilda.
“When they had the earthquake – in San Francisco-back in 19`6
They said that old mother nature – was up to her old tricks.
That’s the story that went around, but here’s the real lowdown-
Put the blame on mame boys, put the blame on mame
One night she started to – shim and shake-
that brought on the `Frisco quake…

From Lil Dy PM

Source:Rita Hayworth- as Gilda. 
I saw the entire Gilda movie for the first time last week and I really believe this is Rita Hayworth at her best. And she and Glenn Ford, are great together. Glenn Ford’s character in Gilda, reminds me of the Sam Rothstein character from Casino.

Gilda, played by Rita of course, not that different from Ginger played by Sharon Stone in Casino. A woman who marries rich to live well, but not in love at all her wealthy husband with her husband knowing that, but loves her to the point he plays like an over possessive father and not a husband. With Gilda almost being like a sixteen or seventeen-year old girl who wants to breakout and have her freedom.

Ginger, in Casino was not a singer, or an entertainer at all. More like a part-time gambler and former prosecute who gets Sam Rothstein’s attention played by Robert De Niro, at his casino.

Gilda, played by Rita is a singer and dancer. Which a lot of Rita’s characters were. She was this red-hot adorable sexy goddess, with an incredible voice that helped keep her very young for a long time. She was great in Gilda again as a woman who was really just trying to have a good time in Argentina and perhaps escape her past in America and live as well as she can. While having men around her that loved her perhaps too much and were very possessive of her. She does a great job in this video Put The Blame on Mame and just one reason to watch Gilda. 

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