Hastily and poorly-photgraphed recipe cards.
From ‘The Complete Family Recipe Card Series Collection”, Curtin Promotions, Inc., 1973
I do, in fact, have the complete series of 15 packs. This is just a sampling.
Not the most appetizing sampling, but a sampling just the same.
And remember kids - nothing classes up a meal like a pack of hot dogs!!
imagine a 1950s version of Hannibal with this food and directed by Alfred Hitchcock
you’re a goddamn monster, pinstripe.
This introductory shot of Hannibal uses a darker and more muted colour palette than any other scene in the episode. It’s almost like we’re viewing him through smoke, or through the glaze of an antique oil painting. This is Hannibal at his most satanic, with the shadows accentuating the planes and hollows of Mads Mikkelsen’s skull. Plus — dare I say it — Hannibal’s hair is kind of edging into Hitler territory here. His suit, shirt and tie are all similar shades of murky brown, with the overall effect looking rather similar to the poster for the original Hannibal movie. — The costumes of NBC’s Hannibal, Part 1