My Films: Day 14

These posts have stopped showing up at Facebook and I can’t quite figure out why. I am not investing much effort in today’s until I see if the problem is fixed.

Today’s offering could not be more different to yesterday’s although both are American, in colour, and have music attached. Contrasts are good, yes?

Carousel, 1956

This must have been one of the very first films that I ever saw. Maybe one of my very first trips to the local cinema, I must have been very young at that time. It was sad and I cried. It remains one of the very few Musicals that I can get on with.

Definitely better than Ghost – and Gordon MacRae had a fabulous voice.

Mummy Partridge is in this one.

Directed byHenry King
Produced byHenry Ephron
Darryl F. Zanuck
Written byPhoebe Ephron
Henry Ephron
Based onCarousel
by Richard RodgersOscar Hammerstein II
StarringGordon MacRae
Shirley Jones
Cameron Mitchell
Music byRichard Rodgers
CinematographyCharles G. Clarke

Recently, at the: Crooked House

A Month in France: Nothing is Lost

A Month in France: Nothing is Lost

I am lagging on the Month in the Country prompts, and lagging badly at that. I have a list of prompts t be caught up on and I shall be working my way through them here, or at Scattered Thoughts depending on where the post most naturally sits. I have elected to tackle the prompts not in date order necessarily but to seize upon prompts that offer me space in which to write down the things that I am feeling the need to say. Even if I need to crowbar it in. The thing is, I am going to continue to be short of time and space in which to write and so a two-for-one is useful and I hope to do as many of those as I can. Seems like a plan? … Continue readingA Month in France: Nothing is Lost

Oh, deer

Oh, deer

Nell and I had a lovely walk this morning. The weather has cooled considerably and there was a very pleasant breeze. We both made better time than of late. … Continue readingOh, deer

Cannot load blog information at this time.

Be First to Comment

I enjoy reading your comments, please pass the time of day

This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.