Rita Hayworth and Harvey Tallbanger

December 4, 2021 at 9:34 pm (Film, Movies, Vampire novel) (, , , )

Rita Hayworth was sitting there with an old fashioned box camera on her lap.

Suddenly she looked up and noticed a tall handsome 6 foot 8 tall purple bunny rabbit with big pink floppety ears looking at her.

What was in that glass of orange juice and vodka she had drunk?

Other than orange juice and vodka.

Galliano perhaps?

The bunny rabbit approached her.

“You can see me?” The bunny rabbit (whose name was Harvey Tallbanger) asked as he introduced himself.

“I can,” She answered.

“Put the blame on Mame,” actor Jimmy Stewart entered the studio even though he wasn’t making a film there.

“Jimmy Stewart, Harvey,” Rita said, “Harvey, Jimmy Stewart.”

“Who is this Harvey?” Stewart asked.

“You can’t see him?” Rita asked.

“Obviously not,” Stewart replied, “Has being married to Orson the Boy Wonder suddenly driven you crazy?”.

Harvey Tallbanger turned and exited.

He had been scheduled to throw a cream pie in one of the film studio heads’ faces.

“No,” Rita said to Stewart as she stood up to go, “And be careful what you say. You may make a film with that Harvey someday.”


“It’s a wonderful life,” one of the secretaries remarked after the film studio head got a cream pie in his face.

And so ended another of 11-year-old Nicholas Carlyle’s winter wonderland dreams.

-A vampire novel chapter
written by Christopher
Saturday December 4th


  1. 北方榆 (Northern Elm) said,

    wonderland with wonderful dreams…

  2. Hyperion said,

    You do bring back the old Hollywood with style. I haven’t had a Harvey Wallbanger in ages but I do remember exceptionally tall Disney rabbits cavorting about when I did imbibe in that mystical elixir. I think after my mom tomatoed my naughty bootie I waited 11 years when I was legal age to try it again.

    • Dracul Van Helsing said,

      LOL ! 😅😂🤣

      Now I know the origins of the Jeffrey the otter story that had the caption “Otter down! Otter down!”.

      • Hyperion said,

        LMAO! 😅 The Otterberry Tales were probably the only thing I ever wrote that was real fun. Yes, I did use a lot of my personal early life experiences to bring us Jeffrey the naughty otter.

      • Dracul Van Helsing said,

        ROTFL ! 🙂

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