Well George, I wanted to make a slide show but WordPress has gotten so difficult to use that I was unable to figure out how to do that!  I believe I am going to have to find a site that is easier to use.  At least I was able to post one of my favorite photos of you. It is you being incredibly handsome in the 1939 movie “The Saint Strikes Back”.  You are indeed stunningly handsome and sexy here, as always. And as I say so often and believe with all my heart: there is not now, nor has there ever been, nor will there ever be, a man as brilliant, talented, handsome, sexy, and desirable as George Henry Sanders!

I wanted to wish you such a happy birthday wherever you are now. I have reviewed my past birthday posts to you and I cannot add anything to those. I am just thankful to have found all your wonderful movies.  I love them all and find it difficult to choose my favorite. I am partial to your 1939-1947 movies. I will spend your entire birthday watching those. If anyone reads this post I hope they will watch some of your movies to see what a wonderful and versatile actor you were. You even received a well deserved Academy Award as Best Supporting Actor for your role in the 1950 movie “All About Eve”.  I have inserted below a photo of you at the Awards ceremony. And here is another short slide show I WAS able to create. The photo that is not labeled is a publicity photo of stunningly handsome George from the 1945 movie “The Strange Affair of Uncle Harry”. In the movie George portrays a man controlled by women–a role VERY unlike George in his other movies–or in real life.  He was splendid in the movie, of course! For those who have not seen it I highly recommend viewing it.


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Here is another handsome photo of you from “The Saint Strikes Back”.


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How about that, I was able to add a small slideshow! Amazing!  These photos are from the 1940 Alfred Hitchcock movie “Rebecca”. You were such a handsome and charming Cad in the movie!


George getting his Oscar in 1951

You look so cute and sweet and happy at the ceremony! I love to see happy photos of you, George! I wish you could have been this happy for all your too short life. Miss you!

Again, HAPPY  BIRTHDAY! Goodbye for now, most beloved George!


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