Come Up and See Me Sometime: Stories

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Najimy: It was great publicity and it also was a great statement about what she thought her rights should be as a performer, as an artist. arts Australia & New Zealand etymology French/English linguistics literature media music public affairs religion symbolisms United Kingdom & Ireland USA & Canada Main Tags animals Australia Christianity dictionaries drinks economics food human body Ireland judicial Latin military newspapers & magazines phrases politics slang sports & games theatre United Kingdom USA links West teams with the Gerard Brothers (Bobby O’Neil and Harry Laughlin) for a vaudeville circuit tour; she wows audiences in New Haven with her suggestive wriggles; she dismisses the Gerard Brothers and goes solo. She [= Mae West] settled the frequently heard controversy about the famous “Come up and see me” line. It’s not “ Come up some time ’n see me,” but “ Come up and see me some time.”

Man: Mae West will be buried alongside her mother and father in her hometown of Brooklyn, New York. Pierpont: She had grown up watching drag queens, throughout vaudeville, she played on bills with them, she played with the great Bert Savoy. Despite the popular misconception that this should be read with a German accent, the famous misquote is spoken by the evil Mohammed Kahn, played by Douglas Dumbrille, who – as his character name indicates – is not very German) The misquotation was used in this advertisement for She Done Him Wrong, published in The Evening Star (Washington, D.C.) of Thursday 3 rd August 1933—the Metropolitan cinema was announcing that it would show She Done Him Wrong again as of the following day:a b c Kutner, Jon; Leigh, Spencer (2005). 1000 UK Number One Hits. Omnibus Press. ISBN 978-1-84449-283-1. AFI's 100 Years...100 Movies Nominees (10th Anniversary Edition)" (PDF) . Retrieved August 20, 2016. West, who arrived in England in mid-September, was among the very first wave of American stars to perform in British theatres after the Second World War. A few months earlier, Laurel and Hardy had made their triumphant post-war return visit – and after West, there would be a steady flow of Hollywood headliners crossing the Atlantic to perform up and down the country. Many of them, like West, were no longer making hit movies, but had found that they were still a box office draw for theatres.

Three of them came to me in a little posse with several ultimatums. They wanted to write songs for the third album, and I said 'Well you know I started the band, and I auditioned you, and I told you the deal at the time. We're not moving the goal posts here.' They knew this, and they came to me demanding that they could write songs too, and I just said 'Well go and do it then'.

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West: ♪ I brought them here ♪ ♪ 'Cause I couldn't bear to lose ♪ ♪ Those Memphis blues ♪ ♪♪♪ Pierpont: Paramount referred to her as a one-woman production unit in charge of everything. Her aforementioned earlier movies introduced West to broader audiences. In “I’m No Angel,” which she both wrote and starred in, her character Tira shimmies her way into a circus act that leads her to fame and into the arms of wealthy men (including a young Cary Grant). It’s in this film that West reminds us: Moss, Liv (27 January 2015). "Steve Harley's Make Me Smile re-enters Top 40... thanks to Top Gear". Official Charts Company . Retrieved 24 September 2015.

In fact, Mae West did say: "...come up and see me sometime.” in these two movies " I'm No Angel" and " Sextette". http://quotationize.com/come-up-see-me-sometime-not-misquote-mae-west/ Basinger: The stronger a persona that's created by a movie star, the harder it is to penetrate any understanding of who they were. And she said, 'Out of all the films I made, that's the one that is most remembered and probably my least favorite.' Quoted in "For Women, Monologues They Haven't Heard" by Susan Pomerance, Dramaline Publications (1985) The jewels, the clothes, Cary Grant falling at your feet, all the men in the world falling at your feet.Watkins: It became something that the moralists in the country decided had to be stamped out in some way, or at least contained. August 2, 1944: CATHERINE WAS GREAT premieres at Shubert Theater (playing until January 13, 1945); West then tours with the production. Announcer: We're all very happy to have as our guest one of the greatest personalities on the screen today, Miss Mae West. She was treated really well, and I think that also gave her time to plot and plan what she was going to do next. Malachosky: Paramount came and said, 'Well, we need another film for you, so what would you like to do?'



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