Sunday, November 11, 2012
The Dot and the Line: Music by Eugene Poddany
This wonderful piece of classic animation, with music by Eugene Poddany, came bundled with "The Glass Bottom Boat," a Doris Day movie that Michael and I found funny mainly for its large helping of prop-related double entendre. Doris Day, who was 40 at the time, plays a young widow who catches the eye of a big shot rocket scientist where she works (NASA). He asks her to be his personal biographer. Hmm.
I won't mention anything about the CIA director who has an important part in the film, but I will mention that Paul Lynde appears in drag.