Donnerstag, Juli 20, 2006

Silent Films Illustrated With Commentaries By:

About Carl Wilhelm's "Der Stolz Der Firma" (1914)

Silent Guest Stars: Herr Dr. Giraud und Herr Eric Stott

Herr Dr. Giraud wrote: "Thanks Count, I am always glad to read about the work of Herr Lubitsch. Now, this Frenchified person must check on the wine."

Und Herr Graf Ferdinand Von Galitzien replied: "This German Count is gratified to be able to fulfil your Lubitsch interests although would like to fulfil his aristocratic interests talking about the mysterious world of the German costumes, that is to say, indescribable corsets, petticoats or even huge Teutonic skirts that those German fat heiresses wear graciously in any "soirée"... anyway, don't forget the German wine as you sail along the Rhine!..."

Suddenly, Herr Eric Stott added: "German fat heiresses:
I believe they would rather be thought of as Zaftig, Herr Graff."

Und Herr Graf Ferdinand Von Galitzien corroborated: "Ja wöhl!... that's the right and German word to describe the indescribably well-developed and Teutonic figures of those German fat heiresses."

Published in "alt.movies.silent".

Keine Kommentare: