In case you don’t remember who Kim Novak, here is a good article to remind you. I was happy to find out she was still alive! Things change. I think “Life” is only online now.
I almost didn’t watch Robert Blake on Piers Morgan. After all, I figure Robert Blake is a lying murderer. Now, I’m not sure.
He was on Piers Morgan to talk about a book he wrote. I hate to say it, but I may want to read it. It’s the story of his life I think he leaves out the fact that the family of Bonnie Blakely, his murdered wife, won a civil trial against him. The civil court ruled he was liable for her untimely death.
The book he wrote is all about his 75 years of working as an actor. I always thought he was slightly crazy. I did like his performance in “Cold Blood.” It was his masterpiece of acting. On Baretta when he played a detective, I was mildly entertained.
When I used to see him on “The Johnny Carson” show I thought he was off his rocker. He talked about being crazy. He talked about his father locking him in a closet, and making him bark like a dog. He talked about unspeakable crimes his parents committed against him. So sad, so hard to listen to.
Piers opened the interview innocently enough. He said this book is fascinating, but it does ramble at parts. Piers said, “ It’s the story about being betrayed, and constantly let down.”
He did show a clip from “ Cold Blood”. It showed Blake’s acting talent.
Piers finally brought up Bonnie’s death. Blake was very angry and defensive. He kept trying to tell Piers he “was looking silly.” As it turned out Blake’s “38 caliber gun” did not murder Bonnie.
What I remember about Bonnie was that she was a slimy person who’d betrayed many people, and gotten money out of them. I guess Blake was looking for his parents in a mate.
He said he really didn’t love her, but she was pregnant with his child, and that’s why he stayed with her.
Morgan said, “I want to talk about the most significant thing in your life.”
Blake said, “This wasn’t the most significant thing in my life, becoming an actor and a star at 5 was the most significant thing of my life.” Interesting answer. It makes me think he did it. He was just too cold about her demise.
He used to have money, but after the trial he was broke. I guess it would be annoying to lose millions of dollars, and have everyone think you were a murderer.
He threw God into the equation. He feels happy that God loves him. (It’s always interesting to me that people who haven’t done the greatest things bring God into the discussion.)
It was sad when he said, “nobody in Hollywood stood behind me.” He also said that his biggest dream is to make the perfect movie at the end of his life. He’s 79,
I would probably go see it. I have a feeling it’s never going to get made.
I was sure he murdered his wife, but now I’m only 90% sure. If he didn’t do it, my suspicion is that he arranged it.
Postscript: I saw the family’s lawyer on the show Monday. He reminded the audience that Blake had asked several people to kill Bonnie for him. There were no takers. I guess he decided he had to do it himself.The attorney thought Blake should be very happy that he’s alive and out of jail. He was pretty convincing. And it only took around 10 minutes.
Did you see the interview?
What do you think?
E-mail : firstname.lastname@example.org
A great WordPress.com site
The official blog for Michael Beyer, author of 'Catch a Falling Star'
Roam & Home.
A collective of bibliophiles talking about books. Book Fox (vulpes libris): small bibliovorous mammal of overactive imagination and uncommonly large bookshop expenses. Habitat: anywhere the rustle of pages can be heard.
A journey in doing the right things right
Walk along with me
from a nonconstantian and postmodern perspective
Awakening to the Renaissance....Free Will, Free Speech, Free Desires
A place for cats, creativity, and a dash of philosophy
A canine looks at life, both human and other inferior species.
comics, pop culture and related topics
Tech Tips, Biz Info and How-Tos to Bridge the Gap between Meek and Geek
Stay On Donkey Time ®
A slice of life.
Observe life at its best, listen to life’s songs, embrace life’s bounties, breathe the breath of life and savor life to its fullest!
The writer gives life to a story, the reader keeps it alive.
Write the first 50 words of YOUR story in a comment.