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When the movie Always (1989) came out we loved the movie and the song “Smoke gets in your eyes” by the Platters.  So the song became our song. The song was first used in the film Roberta (1935). Always was filmed in Montana the year we had a lot of fires. The movie is a remake of “ A Guy Named Joe” (1943).  The movie Always was also the last time we saw Audrey Hepburn. The movies are close to each other including some of the names. The story: “A Guy Named Joe” When adventurous World War II bomber pilot Pete Sandidge (Spencer Tracy) dies in an aerial attack after ordering the crew to safety, he meets "the General," a legendary dead pilot who assigns Pete to return to earth as a guardian angel for a new pilot named Ted Randall (Van Johnson). But when Pete learns that Ted is dating Pete's former girlfriend, Dorinda Durston (Irene Dunne), he must set aside his jealousy and prepare Ted for a dangerous bombing mission. “Always” Aerial firefighter Pete (Richard Dreyfuss) risks himself and his vintage World War II airplane in a constant and death-defying quest to fight forest wildfires, much to the dismay of his girlfriend, Dorinda (Holly Hunter). His love for Dorinda and the advice of fellow pilot Al (John Goodman) convince Pete to give up his perilous career, but he flies one last mission. Pete heroically saves Al's plane from certain destruction, but with supernatural consequences.  Fun Movie Facts:
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Once again, the movie stars Joan of Montana and Anna have been seen fighting in public.  This continuing rivalry never seems to die down.  After the Academy Awards ceremony earlier in the week, in which Joan received another Oscar, the two stars were caught on the red carpet in seemingly very friendly photographs.
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However, as the week wore on, there were other personal appearances by the actresses.  On the surface, they seemed to be comfortable in each other’s company.  But while they were on breaks between shots, Joan was seen showing Anna her two magazine covers while Anna only sported one magazine with her picture on the cover.  While Joan was smiling for one of the photographers, Anna was behind her rolling her eyes and making faces that showed her disgust for the aging actress. 
In a photo shoot later in the day Anna was receiving her own opportunity to have individual shots taken of her in all her glory.  One uncropped photo shows a hand reaching for her hair.  At first glance it looks like maybe a makeup artist was doing a touch up on her hair.  But with a closer look, the hand in the photo looks like that of an older woman, like maybe Joan was reaching out to pull Anna’s hair?  It’s just speculation, but it seems a distinct possibility.
The final photos, which as yet have not been published, have been found with the two actresses engaging in an all-out slapping fight.  Will these two ever learn to get along?  Will they put aside their jealous natures and be able to work together on anything? Photos taken by Joan’s secret husband and press photographer. Did he take photos of Anna being very Childish? Did that help her get fired from Warner Brothers?
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Warner Brothers said, “We cannot have someone who acts so childishly and dances and makes silly faces at people in public. This is not the way we expect a possible Oscar winner to conduct herself.”
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Can Sofia find out who the spy or spies are before the ship gets to Gibraltar? This action thriller can keep you on the edge of your seat. This is one of Joan’s best acting yet. The story starts in the United States of America. Sofia gets a last minute ticket to sail to Gibraltar. She had a tip at the that someone or others were part of a plot to take down one of the biggest  leaders in Europe. She needs to stop them or the relationship with the United States could be hurt and it could even mean war. She only knows that the spy is part of the FBI and has top secret information about the White House. Can Sofia played by Joan stop them in time? Can Sofia not fall in love on this cruise and will she even know the person she is falling for could be a spy? Millie a new actress to the big screen could be a spy also but will Joan figure it out that this lady with good looks and a body that men cannot resist could turn any men into a spy. Libby is played by new comer Millie. Opening in theaters this week.  A Fuller Production and Directed by John Ford.
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When the movie Always (1989) came out we loved the movie and the song “Smoke gets in your eyes” by the Platters.  So the song became our song. The song was first used in the film Roberta (1935). Always was filmed in Montana the year we had a lot of fires. The movie is a remake of “ A Guy Named Joe” (1943).  The movie Always was also the last time we saw Audrey Hepburn. The movies are close to each other including some of the names. The story: “A Guy Named Joe” When adventurous World War II bomber pilot Pete Sandidge (Spencer Tracy) dies in an aerial attack after ordering the crew to safety, he meets "the General," a legendary dead pilot who assigns Pete to return to earth as a guardian angel for a new pilot named Ted Randall (Van Johnson). But when Pete learns that Ted is dating Pete's former girlfriend, Dorinda Durston (Irene Dunne), he must set aside his jealousy and prepare Ted for a dangerous bombing mission. “Always” Aerial firefighter Pete (Richard Dreyfuss) risks himself and his vintage World War II airplane in a constant and death-defying quest to fight forest wildfires, much to the dismay of his girlfriend, Dorinda (Holly Hunter). His love for Dorinda and the advice of fellow pilot Al (John Goodman) convince Pete to give up his perilous career, but he flies one last mission. Pete heroically saves Al's plane from certain destruction, but with supernatural consequences.
Breaking Spotlight Movie News
Once again, the movie stars Joan of Montana and Anna have been seen fighting in public.  This continuing rivalry never seems to die down.  After the Academy Awards ceremony earlier in the week, in which Joan received another Oscar, the two stars were caught on the red carpet in seemingly very friendly photographs.
Movie Stars clash Again
However, as the week wore on, there were other personal appearances by the actresses.  On the surface, they seemed to be comfortable in each other’s company.  But while they were on breaks between shots, Joan was seen showing Anna her two magazine covers while Anna only sported one magazine with her picture on the cover.  While Joan was smiling for one of the photographers, Anna was behind her rolling her eyes and making faces that showed her disgust for the aging actress. 
In a photo shoot later in the day Anna was receiving her own opportunity to have individual shots taken of her in all her glory.  One uncropped photo shows a hand reaching for her hair.  At first glance it looks like maybe a makeup artist was doing a touch up on her hair.  But with a closer look, the hand in the photo looks like that of an older woman, like maybe Joan was reaching out to pull Anna’s hair?  It’s just speculation, but it seems a distinct possibility.
The final photos, which as yet have not been published, have been found with the two actresses engaging in an all-out slapping fight.  Will these two ever learn to get along?  Will they put aside their jealous natures and be able to work together on anything? Photos taken by Joan’s secret husband and press photographer. Did he take photos of Anna being very Childish? Did that help her get fired from Warner Brothers?
Actress Anna Fired Actress Anna Fired
Warner Brothers said, “We cannot have someone who acts so childishly and dances and makes silly faces at people in public. This is not the way we expect a possible Oscar winner to conduct herself.”
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