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March 26, 2012


Terrific photo, really interesting post, Steven. I'd forgotten this film, and always thought its title was just "Morgan!" You're always teaching me things.

What a strange film "Isadora" is. I remember seeing it when it first came out and being so disturbed by the ending, which is just about all I remember of the movie. "Morgan" is a new one for me. I'll have to check it out. I love looking at film stills. There used to be a shop on 14th St. (maybe it's still there) that sold only film stills and I spent many hours there years ago when I was researching a film project. Thanks. Stacey

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