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Singing, Acting and Les Miserables

Since the beginning of the American musical, actor/singers have never garnered the critical appreciation that they deserve, especially in film. Perhaps it’s a holdover from theater. 1,108 more words


My.Daily.Distraction ~ Post 192: From Peer To Maternity

There is a movie that came out in the 1960s which became a bit of a cult classic.

The movie is called…

“Where Were You When The Lights Went Out.” 466 more words


Lullaby of Broadway by Doris Day

Come on along and listen to
The lullaby of Broadway
The hip hooray and ballyhoo
The lullaby of Broadway
The rumble of a subway train… 151 more words



Clever and appealing cabaret of tantalising tales

By Myron My

Alfred Hitchcock was a genius when it came to creating cinematic experiences. Very few directors, if any, have been able to recreate the tension and anxiety that Hitchcock managed to conjure up in such great scenes as… 401 more words

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Remind me: Enjoy Yourself Before it gets too late !

Enjoy yourself it’s later than you think. This song by Doris Day ( 1950 ) is my all time favorite ! When I’m not in high spirits, feel dejected I listen to this song for the instant energy it provides. 263 more words

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I grew up listening to stories on a record player that doubled as a radio. My parents had quite the collection, ranging from the classis folk Romanian music to children’s stories. 529 more words


Doris Day

I recently attended a ladies’ blacksmithing day in Melbourne, called Doris Day, which was extremely fun. My aunt is a silversmith and part of the group, which is how I found out about it, and her husband is a blacksmith. 103 more words

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