Charlie Chaplin and the Sound of Silence

  I thought it would be fun to explore Chaplin’s fascinating love/hate relationship with a little thing called … sound. Chaplin may have been the one filmmaker to hold out the longest against sound, but he also happened to be one of the earliest filmmakers to embrace it. A fitting contradiction given Chaplin was a […]

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The Beatles' Carnival of Light

There may be two surviving Beatles left, but there is only one founding member still dwelling amongst us mortals. Think what ye may of Sir Paul McCartney, and say what ye may of his post-Wings portfolio, but the fact is that Macca is what few human beings have dared achieved: Billionaire. Rock singer. Guitarist. Classical […]

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The Beatles’ Carnival of Light

There may be two surviving Beatles left, but there is only one founding member still dwelling amongst us mortals. Think what ye may of Sir Paul McCartney, and say what ye may of his post-Wings portfolio, but the fact is that Macca is what few human beings have dared achieved: Billionaire. Rock singer. Guitarist. Classical […]

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Greetings from Kitty Packard

The Kitty Packard Review is a fusion of past and present with a focus on both modern and classic film, music, art, literature and travel with plenty of ‘tude thrown in besides. You may love it here, you may hate it here, but regardless …. welcome!

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