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  1. It wasn't until I was in college (1974-78) that I grew to appreciate Nelson and Jeanette; my father played their records incessantly as I was growing up and I was more into the contemporary sounds of La Streisand, Simon & Garfunkel, Barbara Cook, Shirley Jones and Gordon MacRae. I had little or no tolerance for Eddy and McDonald until I began watching their films. Eddy never appeared comfortable onscreen, but that voice could do marvelous things - his portamento on the final "Marie" in Rose Marie is chillingly beautiful! As time moved on, he did become much more comfortable and
  2. Utterly gorgeous, pure escapism! Light-hearted, but with a heart of gold, look at the lives of the wealthy who can afford to drop pound-notes or dollars, purchasing frivolities like flowers.. Ms. Rainer captures the innocence of the pot-code era, but, had this been filmed before, the costumes would have been more daring, more flesh would have been on view in the dressing room and the lilting song would have been played a little more risque...
  3. I can never get enough of Robert Wise's 2 1960's classics, WEST SIDE STORY and THE SOUND OF MUSIC!
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