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I have just purchased a 1964 classic CD entitled, What a way to go!. Just the other day my kids (both grown) have sit down to watch the movie.
In 1964 I was eleven years of age. That's right I am 57 years of age. It was my birthday. My older sisters had taken me to a movie theater (Rosemary) in our Klondike (low income) neighborhood of North Memphis Tennessee. It was located at the corner of Jackson Ave and Watkins. Thirty year ago it has been torn down and replaced by several other businesses.
The plot is a millionaire widow (born poor) has gone to IRS to donate her check of 211 million dollars. The IRS agent thinks she is playing an April fool prank so he tells her to step out of the line to wait on the next person.
Eventually she ends up at a psychiatrist office played by Bob Cummings to analyse her behaviors. She has unfolded her story how she has been bequeathed her million dollar inheritance through four tragic marriages. All she has ever wanted out of marriage is to live a plain and simple life. She believe that her life had been cursed to where her husbands became millionaires.
The movie is an all star cast. It is extremely humorous. It has some nudity. Shirley's wardrobe is fabulous. I promise you and your family will become truly blessed once you have seen the ironic plot unfold about the IRS
The moral of the story is that if you ever try to give the Federal government something of extreme value, then you are bound to end up on a psychiatrist couch! Our Federal government believes in taking from us by force rather than us giving to the government by our own free will.
This movie has been my life story! I guess that maybe God had placed the movie theater in my old Klondike neighborhood just so my sisters would take me to see What a way to go on my 11th birthday.
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