* Joan Woodbury -(December 17, 1915 – February 22, 1989) ... Woodbury began dancing for the Agua Caliente dance company...I hadn't investigated her, which is 'audd', especially given the cryptic meaning behind her date of birth and death... and the cryptic phrase in her name re "Joan (jeune/young) wood/would bury". The filmography section of her wiki page provides a long list, and near the bottom I happen to notice :
The title of the film stands out given that just yesterday, my daughter sent me a photo of Manny, my 3 month old grandson, who's wearing a t-shirt that says "Here Comes Trouble"!! So what are the chances?! On the films wiki page I happen to notice a cluster forming with their names:
A "Wood Working Theme" pattern-cluster re : trace (pattern to cut out); saw ; emery (sand paper); wood.
- Fred Guiol (February 17, 1898 – May 23, 1964)
- Heinz Roemheld (May 1, 1901 – February 11, 1985)
- Joe Sawyer (August 29, 1906 – April 21, 1982)
And the other cast/crew:
Note Parnell's date of death and this excerpt from my previous post:
- Harold Eugene "Hal" Roach, Sr. (January 14, 1892 – November 2, 1992)
- William Tracy (December 1, 1917 – July 18, 1967
- Emory Parnell (December 29, 1892 – June 22, 1979)
- Betty Compson (March 19, 1897 – April 18, 1974)
Holzman's birthday is also an addition to the "Off by One" pattern-cluster... as in one off from the 222nd day of the year.... generating an "August 10" pattern-cluster. And Warmerdam's birthday adds to the cluster: " February 22, March 22, April 22, __, June 22/ 22nd Day, Month Sequence " pattern-cluster.It seems then that the surname Warmerdam and Parnell are meant to connect in a cryptic way. Warmerdam is easy to decipher : warmer damn!! And the cryptic "emery" in Emory connects given that emery paper is used to "sand"-- friction that creates heat and smooths.... and this connects with the exclamation "warmer damn!!"-- its a reference to the Ocean's heating up as a result of the friction caused by the edges of the northern plates that are "resettling" and so rubbing against other plate edges (at the bottom of the ocean).
Note the etymology of the surname Parnell:
The word "fevers" connects with "warmer". The waters are growing hotter... and this alone is another threat-- heat causes the ocean to expand... swell .
- Latin "Petronia", the feminine form of "Petronius". This was a Roman clan name of Etruscan etymology. Petronia was the name borne by an early Roman saint and martyr much invoked against fevers
There are 2 other films from Woodburry's wiki page that stand :