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  1. I thought of more movies " You Can Never Tell" With Dick Powell. It is the story about a german shepherd that is murdered, then comes back to life as a human to find his killer. Falls in love with his mistress in the process. Wonderful movie! I also like Mr Peabody and the Mermaid" with William Powell and Anne Blyth M'Liss with Anne Shirley; Peter Ibbston with Gary Cooper Message was edited by: romanticatheart Message was edited by: romanticatheart
  2. I thought of more movies " You Can Never Tell" With Dick Powell. It is the story about a german shepherd that is murdered, then comes back to life as a human to find his killer. Falls in love with his mistress in the process. Wonderful movie! I also like "Mr Peabody and the Mermaid" with William Powell and Anne Blyth M'Liss with Anne Shirley Peter Ibbston with gary Cooper
  3. I have never seen Carnival, but I do have the original Broadway cast album, with Jerry Orbach who played the puppeteer and Anna marie Allberghetti who played lili. While I liked the music .... to me at least, I love the movie magic of Lili the movie much more. Leslie Caron's magical performance of the innocent orphan. Mel Ferrer as the complex puppeteer. Brittle and bitter from personal tradgedy, yet full of depth and renewed life from his unrequited love for Lili. Not knowing how to handling this young innocent flower. Because of his shyness and fear of being rejected, can only communicate
  4. My all time favorite is "Liii." It is a movie that one could watch over and over again and never get enough. One would think of it as a children's film because of the puppets, but it is so much more complex. it is a study of human nature. Very interesting to watch the very multi faceted characters that play in this film. Leslie Caron as Lili shines sublimely to perfection in this movie with her innocence and depth of charactor Another film I love is, "You can Never Tell". A movie with Dick Powell. It is about a dog who has been murdered and come back to life as a human to solve the mystery
  5. Thanks so much for the info and the lyrics. i loved this song from the first time I heard and saw it on TCM remembers. Just like some of the other viewers on this message board i was searching the web and asking everywhere, until I looked here. Thanks again. Cheers and Happy New Year!
  6. > "I do like her in another little known film only > her voice is heard,because it was and animated film. > 'Gay Purree', in which she plays a beautiful country > cat in france, longing to go to the big city of > Paris. The songs in it are great. I have the album. I > do not lnow if it has ever come out on cd..." The soundtrack to Gay Purr-ee was released as > a Rhino Handmade in a limited numbered edition of > 2,500 disks. I believe you can buy a copy from the > Rhino Handmade website... Thanks JackBurley. I will look the Rhino Handmade sight up.
  7. No footage....Rats!... I can't be sure but I think somewhere some how I heard the soundtrack quite some time ago.
  8. What happened to the original voodoo scene? ... ofcourse it ended up on the cutting room floor.... but.... was it tossed or is it locked up in a vault somewhere that may perhaps come out when they put the moive on DVD... hopefully.
  9. Couldn't sing,...........? Perhaps they weren't Bing Crosby, Andy Williams,Dick Haymes, or a Mel Torme..... but I loved their voices.They were warm comfortable and romantic. They were on key. Their voices fit with the music written, blended well with their co stars and made many a viewer melt as they watched them from their local movie theatre at the time or a cozy couch today. : )
  10. I love any movie with Judy Garland, she had a way of touching ones very soul, just with a look, a phrase or a song. She is one that could make you want to laugh and cry at the same time. I love; No matter how many times played... Wizard of Oz Absolutely adore Presenting Lilly Mars, Me and My Gal; Chemistry between her and Gene Kelly Is worth watching alone in Harvey Girls is another great one. The Pirate.... her and Gene again..... sigh I do like her in another little known film only her voice is heard,because it was and animated film. Gay Purree, in which she plays a beautiful coun
  11. I can't wait to see this movie either. thanks for the heads up ;-)
  12. The Red Shoes Heaven knows mr Allison Beau Gest The Good Earth Daddy Long Legs ( with Mary Pickford) Gigi The Time of Our Lives Lili The Quiet Man Portrait of Jenny Jane Eyre The Best Years of Our Lives They Died with Their Boots On Our Grapes Have Tender Leaves
  13. Have yourself a Merry little Christmas when Judy Garland sings it. i get tears in my eyes eery time Bing Crosbys White Christmas Snow Fall by Tony Bennet Happy Holidays by the Ray Coniff singers Happy holidays by Steve and Edie The whole totally remarkable Christmas album by the Carpenters
  14. Thats pretty harsh stuff for the usual person like me whom likes warm and fuzzy feel good will magical seasonal movies ....For me it is hard to invision Christmas having seen those movies like die hard etc myself. They leave me with an upset basketball into the gut type feeling, instead walking away smiling and wanting to get ready for the holidays decorating the tree,showing my good will toward man.......... but........ I respect your thoughts and opinon.
  15. To add to my previous post. The movie You Can Never Tell Starred Dick Powel as the murdered dog come back to life as a detective to solve the crime. Film Noir comedic animal fantasy film
  16. I agree with The Thre Lives Of Thomasina , a really great film. I also like and have rediscoved a little known film I found on ebay. You can never tell. About a dog that was murdered and comes back to life as a human along with the aid of an ex race horse philly the find out who delt out the foul play. very interesting and very good. What about Rex Harrisons Dr Doolittle i never see that any more? Bengi All of the Thin Man Series with Asta Toto the Wizaed of Oz( ever read the book I Toto?) Fabulous!!!!!!!! A quick read but It touched me so much it made me cry I guess most are dogs
  17. For Christmas i love; The Bishops Wife Holiday In Christmas in CT Miracle of the Bells miracle on 34th St It's a Wonderful life and A Christmas Carol, Alister Simm version A Christmas Story Ground Hog Day; ....one in the same name St Paddys Day; The Quiet Man Brigadoon Easter I love; Song of Bernadette King of Kings Joan of Arc Bells of St Marys Boys Town Independance day; 1776 Oklahoma Halloween; I Married a Witch The Time of our Lives Topper The Canterville Ghost Thanksgiving; Home for the Holidays though a prett
  18. My Picks are....... Merle Oberon Vivian Leigh Ingrid Bergman Leslie Caron Kim Novack Sally Field Nancy Carrol Jeanette MacDonald
  19. I think it was her vulnerability and her sincerity, especially in her early years. She made you want to laugh and cry at the same time with her expressive eyes and all that raw emotion she poured out when she acted and especially sang. I love her in Zeigfield Girl with lana Turner when she sings I'm always Chasing Rainbows In the 50s and 60s hard living tore her apart physically, but she could still pull off a great acting role, such as Judgement at Nuremburg or I could go on Singing. I do really love her in the animated feature Gay Puree that I think came out in 1962 where she played the
  20. Orson Wells, I would also like them to come out with a box set of his movies
  21. I love them both ... Especially Joan in Jayne Eyre..... But if I had to pick a favorite I would have to say Olivia... She has warmth and a inner strength in the characters she plays, that i much prefer to Joan's strong yet insecure martyr heroines.
  22. Hi everyone! What does everyone think Errol Flynns best film was?
  23. Moira Shearer in the tragic story the Red Shoes.... besides her gorgeous red hair.... her dancing for is full of feeling and soul. Fred Astair and Eleanor Powell.... Broadway Meledy of 1940. The finale tap dance sequence on that polished floor is hard to beat. It is one of my all time favorites Fred and Ginger ... in any movie.... except in Irene and Vernon Castle!!! Gene Kelly in anything James Cagney in Dames, Yankee Doodle Dandy And , oh yes .... I just love Ray Bolger...... full of extreme energy and fun!!!
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