Saturday, November 15, 2014


Perhaps I could also use a logo.  I kind of like this.  It might even be singing.

The meaning of the title of this blog refers to the fact that I once played the role of a child who had been turned into a cookie in Hansel and Gretel.  So this isn't exactly German.  In German it means cookies for children and not children who are cookies.  A cop is as close to FBI as I could find.

IMDB reports these movie titles:  I was a Communist for the FBI, I was a Zombie for the FBI.  No movie titled I was a Cookie for the FBI.


Paul said...

I'm not aware of any character in opera who would qualify as a "singing cop." I guess the closest is the title character in "Dan Hashomer" ("Dan the Guard"), a 1942-43 composition by Marc Lavry that was the first-ever opera composed with a Hebrew libretto. Set in 1920s Palestine, Dan (baritone) is responsible for standing guard over the kibbutz. BTW, you can find some audio clips of this opera on YouTube from a 1950s studio recording, as well as on Lavry's website.

Dr.B said...

This cop is under cover. Could be anyone.

Dr.B said...

There is a police inspector in the last act of Der Rosenkavalier.

Dr.B said...

In Puccini's Girl of the Golden West there is a sheriff. He's one of the main characters.