Peter Gabriel's engineer, Richard 'Dickie' Chappell, explains the thinking behind the 'So DNA' disc included in the Anniversary edition box set. Watch the video…
Watch Peter’s October Full Moon Club video
Peter's Full Moon message for October, 2012. more…
Forums » Art » Questions about "In Your Eyes" music video.
PredictionBoy1 June 2008 at 5:08pmPosts: 13 (0 today)Status: offline
the woman on the train, that's myrna loy, correct? What movie is that from
Who is the second woman, the one in the valentine dream sequence, the one with the beautiful eyes? What movie is that taken from, I know I've seen it before but i cant recall the actress or the movie
PredictionBoy2 June 2008 at 3:50amPosts: 13 (0 today)Status: offline
the only one i expect to have a clue as to the answer to these questions is the esteemed mr. gabriel himself, that stunningly talented man, who i worship, in my off time
therefore, i will share some comments i made on youtube that i think are cute, but this i do with risk, because my idea of cute often equates to offensive with others
im using this video to make love to someone i havent seen for 15 years, so bear with me:
watch the video from 3:00 - 4:00
thats you, then me
youre funny, because you float on air, are distressed in your pjs, then you get a beautiful dress, which youre thrilled about
then me, that smiling facade ripped away, and the man behind the mask, looking at you, with seriousness
enjoying that dress. what's that, someone left me a valentine, how cool!
let me do some more flourishes with my dress
she seems happy there, thats how she reminds me of you, happy
obviously, a dream sequence of some kind
at 3:48, just the tiniest hesitation, is this really my valentine? oh yes, it is for me, let me hold it close, spin around because it's so exciting
i've always heard about valentine's, and now i finally have one
for the young, its moments that slip away, and theyre like, whatever, there will be more moments
for the old, its decades, with many tears along the way, because more decades are not a simple given
i've been waiting for my pearl to return
you did well, little one
PredictionBoy2 June 2008 at 3:51amPosts: 13 (0 today)Status: offline
i must know who that beauty with the sapphire eyes is in the video
PredictionBoy2 June 2008 at 4:17amPosts: 13 (0 today)Status: offline
she looks just like my honey, ok?
PredictionBoy7 June 2008 at 11:55pmPosts: 13 (0 today)Status: offline
ok, the first woman is not myrna loy, ive heard from some movie aficionados i know
does pg ever actually come here? am i just wasting my times?
these seem to be british actresses, i would really like to know who they are
can anyone help?
PredictionBoy8 June 2008 at 12:26pmPosts: 13 (0 today)Status: offline
heard from someone
the second woman is Tad Tadlock, in Design for Dreaming (1956)
mst3k made fun of this movie.
i used to be a big 3k guy - i knew id seen that!!
PredictionBoy8 June 2008 at 1:35pmPosts: 13 (0 today)Status: offline
Thelma "Tad" Tadlock, daughter of the late H.H. and Thelma Tadlock, was born in Port Arthur, Texas, and began dance classes with Florence Coleman Ward at the age of three. By the age of five she knew she wanted to be a dancer. For fifteen years, Tadlock trained at the Florence Coleman School of Dance, sneaking out of dance class during her high school years to don her majorette's uniform for Friday night football games. After graduating from Thomas Jefferson High School in 1949, Tadlock was ready to try her luck in New York, but her father wanted her to attend college. She finally persuaded him to allow her a year in the big city; if she had no luck finding a job, she would return and attend the University of Texas. As luck would have it, Tadlock landed a part in Make a Wish, followed by roles in three more Broadway plays. She continued her education at the Stanley School of Dance in New York. In 1955, she started work on television, as part of the chorus on the old Max Liebman Spectaculars. She next became a featured dancer on the Hit Parade, then joined the Arthur Murray Dance Party as a dancer and assistant choreographer. Continuing her television career, Tadlock acted as spokesman, actress, model, and dancer for numerous commercials, appeared on many television shows as the featured dancer, and also choreographed numbers. Tadlock's current credits include work in choreography and staging for film, television, stage, and television commercials. She has worked on such diverse projects as Love You to Death, Body Heat, Heaven's Gate, the Miss Teen USA, Miss USA, and Miss Universe pageants, multi-media industrial presentation for Toyota, and commercials for United Airlines and the Yellow Pages. Although Tadlock resided in California for many years, she said that she still considered Texas her home and looked back on Port Arthur with appreciation. Tadlock died on December 8, 2000 after a long battle with cancer. However, her memory remains strong among friends and admirers in her home town and abroad and her impact on the world of dance is indelible.
PredictionBoy8 June 2008 at 1:38pmPosts: 13 (0 today)Status: offline
you know, i'll bet pg was watching mst3k when he noticed this clip
they were making fun of it, and pg made it into quite a special moment in the 'in your eyes' video
im quite impressed by that
if thats what happened. but im like, if it wasnt that, how the hell did he ever know about this obscure movie?
i guess thats just as impressive, actually
love you pg,
PredictionBoy8 June 2008 at 1:48pmPosts: 13 (0 today)Status: offline