Sunday, June 27, 2010
The Four Aarons of The Apocalypse
Here's a quartet of baby pictures from the middle of my first year... I'm told these are still typical Aaron expressions. I very much love the antique brass frame and faded cardboard of yore... I'm told I sometimes resemble Harpo Marx, minus the wig, and as I watched 'Monkey Business' two weeks back I realized that's somewhat true...More on that later..
The expression 'Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse' is of course from the new testament.. It was also a classical Spanish early 20th century novel about World War I by Vicente Blasco Ibañez that inspired a 1921 silent film with Rudolph Valentino Wallace Beery and a 1962 color talkie with Charles Boyer and Glenn Ford, directed by Vincente Minelli.. Here's a fragment of that 1921 silent..
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