Harry Crane

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Gotham Rogues Amorentia

Joker likes the scents of melting butter, nail polish(harley does his nails), and VHS tapes(better times)

Jonathan likes the scents of apple cider, old books, and rain

Edward likes the scents of Mountain Dew(The Pepsi product), pine, and pizza sauce

Harley likes the scents of blackberry’s, dogs(loves dogs), and vanilla

Croc likes the scents of home cooking, mud, and roses

Ivy likes the scents of ginger, marigolds, and salty ocean air

Selina likes the scents of cats(obviously), lilacs, and new leather

Jervis likes the scents of Earl Grey tea, lemons, and Alice’s shampoo(stalker)

Victor likes the scents of movie theater popcorn, Nora’s Perfume(shalimar), and snow(ironically)

Might add Harvey, Drury, and Garfield later

The Harvey Girls (1946). On a train trip West to become a mail order bride Susan Bradley meets a cheery crew of young women traveling out to open a “ Harvey House ” restaurant at a remote whistle stop to provide good cooking and wholesome company for railway travellers. When Susan and her bashful suitor find romance daunting, Susan joins the Harvey Girls instead.

Judy Garland’s at her sweetheart best in this movie about a young woman conned by a player who finds solace and friendship with a group of women and then romance all over again with that player. It’s got great songs, a fun tempo and is genuinely a pretty damn charming film. 7/10.