Rhymes and Misdemeanors

Because sometimes you just want to get roaring drunk and bite Mike Henry on the jaw.

A bunch of limericks, here, here and here. All about that hollering ham, Tarzan the Ape Man. Did I already link to this DAUGHTER OF DRACULA one? Or this?

BUT — as if that weren’t enough, some Hitchcock-related limericks as part of the For the Love of Film: Film Preservation Blogathon.

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Hmm, I can’t really participate in a blogathon with just some links to another site. So here’s an exclusive —

Hitch serves as assistant for Cutts

Unswervingly busting his nuts

And thanks to his aid

When the film is displayed

The seats are all filled up with butts.


But THE WHITE SHADOW fades from the screen

Mislaid by the movie machine

Now this great blogathon

We’re all slogging upon

Will allow it once more to be seen.

5 Responses to “Rhymes and Misdemeanors”

  1. I don’t know whether to feel like a proud poppa or a carrier who is spreading a virulent rhyming contagion.

  2. […] including Silent Volume’s elegant appraisal of Hitchcock’s Easy Virtue and some, er, poetry, from Shadowplay. If you like what you see, which you sure as heck will, please dip into your pocket for this good […]

  3. Da da da da da da da meme
    Da da da da da da da theme
    Da da da da da
    Da da da da da
    Da da da da da rhyming scheme.

  4. So where are the shots of Jane’s ORIGINAL costume?

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