Tuesday, January 24, 2012

LEADING LADY WALKS, ALMOST

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Here on set is our leading lady trying so hard to walk (you know how blonds are). The producers here at the studio are so sorry about the awful sound she makes while trying to move, so please forgive us for the pain she may cause. The prop department is on it's way with a oil can, hopefully that should do the trick. Also, please stay tuned to the final ending and watch the director show off his fine skills. 

15 comments:

betsy said...

What is the name of your movie , Kevin? "Gone with the Wind-up"?

Sarah (my yellow house) said...

can you hear me cracking up over here...omg, I might have nightmares.

Mark D. Ruffner said...

Love that ending, Kevin! I think something diabolical is going to happen. I can picture smeared lipstick on her face and knitting needles in her little hands ...

And wouldn't you know it, the Word Verification I'm supposed to now type is none other than "dedli!"

Al said...

That was awesome! She looks like she is doing her rendition of the "Moonwalk". Just love the ending. She was being removed with the proverbial "Hook", except in this case it was "The Wrench". This is destined to be a classic!

Razmataz said...

Cool................Creepy/

She's going to dislocate that right shoulder any minute.

An Urban Cottage said...

I love a good cliffhanger.

Archguy said...

She still scares me.

Parnassus said...

I'll see you at the Academy Awards.

This has something of the quality of the Quay Brothers' "Street of Crocodiles", one of my favorites.
--Road to Parnassus

life, in small chunks said...

I think I'm going to have nightmares tonight...

Susie said...

Yikes, what contraptions. I have missed your posting Kevin. Good job on the trees and the chicken headed man.LOL Smiles, Susie (She Junks)

Gary said...

Kevin,

This “trailer” is wonderful, I can’t wait for the feature length release! The sound track is perfect, complete with it the ending expletive. So will the title of your work contain “Clockwork” or any variation there of? ;) gary

amy said...

haunting and lovely at the same time!?! that was incredible! may be my favorite posting of yours...thank god you giggled at the end. i was heading into a bad place, but was liking it. i'm so confused!

Kathy S. said...

Kevin, the house is fantastic!
I'm here in La Quinta...
Where did they (you) find that gorgeous tin chandelier?
Kathy

Nita {ModVintageLife} said...

Just checkin in on you. I was telling someone the other day about my friend in Hollywood who sent me the jade plant and has a fabulous cottage and thought....he sure hasn't posted in a long time. I hope all is ok with you. Ok, to take a break but I do miss your posts. Your blog is one of my most faves.

Barry Parker said...

Very Butoh!