In just 4 years we’ll celebrate the 80th anniversary of the opening of You Can’t Take It With You, a play that ran for 837 performances and won the Pulitzer Prize for Drama. When that play was made into a movie the following year, it won the Academy Award for Best Picture.
The 3,000 year Pendulum is headed in the same direction and approaching the same position it occupied in 1936 when Grandpa Vanderhof first muttered,
“Lincoln said, ‘With malice toward none, with charity to all.’ Nowadays they say, ‘Think the way I do or I’ll bomb the daylights outta you.'”
That play opened at the Booth Theater on Dec. 14, 1936
This is a 4:45 scene from that Oscar-winning 1938 movie starring a young Jimmy Stewart and Jean Arthur. You would do well to watch it. The words of Jimmy and Jean will help to protect you from the zombies. – Indy