To blame or not to blame

Believe it or not, while we were doing an exercise on verb patterns, David asked me about the dependent preposition that goes after the verb blame. I still don’t not how, but we ended up talking about Rita Hayworth and her role in GILDA (1946), where she sings a  song which represents one of the most powerful scenes in the film.

Well, the good part of the Internet is that you can find nearly everything  “out there”. Here you have the famous song and scene from the film

Gilda (1946) is a black-and-white film noir directed by Charles Vidor. It stars Glenn Ford and Rita Hayworth in her signature role as the ultimate femme fatale. The film was noted for cinematographer Rudolph Mate‘s lush photography, costume designer Jean Louis‘ sexy wardrobe for Hayworth (particularly for the dance numbers), and choreographer Jack Cole‘s staging of “Put the Blame on Mame” and “Amado Mío.” (from Wikipedia)

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