I don’t go to movies anymore.

They were the best source of my entertainment.

I went to very few plays.

Many scenes are still fresh in my memory, unforgettable ones such as the scene from “Phantom of the Opera” when the Phantom takes off his mask and the chandelier comes down.

People in the audience screamed and a woman fainted.

It was the scariest movie I ever saw.

The “Phantom” was one of the largest running plays on Broadway, a money maker.

Today, at the age of 107, before going to bed, I watch CNN (if I can keep my eyes open).


(September 19, 2021)

Author: Morrie Markoff

Centenarian (born in 1914) who lives in Los Angeles, and is also a metal sculpture artist and the Author of "Keep Breathing," available on and other book seller sites.