Tuesday, February 26, 2019
Singin in the Rain filmaker Stanley Donen's Death-A Clockwork Orange
I was drawn to this story because of going to the casino with my girlfriend a decent amount of times in the past year. When we first started going I always played the "Penn and Teller" machine, but they took it out and replaced it with "Singin in the Rain". The Penn and Teller Machine always let me play a long time and I usually won a small amount of money on it. I tried the "Singin in the Rain" machine, but I didn't like it at all and haven't played it since. Almost every time we go to the casino I tell my girlfriend how I wish they had the Penn and Teller machine still, so I feel like this guy dying is significant to it.
He died 52 days(end date) before his bday on the 52nd day of the year.
Singin in the Rain film came out in 1952.
As much as I have mentioned the importance of the Royal Family again as of late the number 52 sticks out to me.
Queen Elizabeth became the Queen in 1952 at the age of 25.
I've never seen "Singin in the Rain", but notice a big piece to the movie is about the film "The Dueling Cavalier" and a musical called, "The Dancing Cavalier".
A Cavalier is a follower of King Charles.
Singin in the Rain=91
King Charles III=91
This story I'm sure is better for someone else who knows more about the film. Also I know there is something important to the film "A Clockwork Orange" that I somehow have never watched either. I've heard people talk about it from time to time, but I have never actually watched it.
Especially since the guy who died is STANLEY Donen and A Clockwork Orange is STANLEY Kubrick.
Malcom McDowell portrays the main character in A Clockwork Orange and his bday is 6/13. It only stands out because I mentioned this date a lot in 2014/2015 because of 22 Jumpstreet and it's the day King Charles married Henrietta Maria of France.
If anyone knows more about the film please share. I've planned on watching it for about 10 years, so I probably won't get around to watching it. We'll see if it comes up more.