I am wanting to let you know that I am now on Facebook! I have a page under "You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet". It's mostly film trivia and other vintage things. I am currently trying to get 100 people to "Like" my page. The 100 person to "Like" the page will get a special gift from me! So please, come join me on my page, and share with your friends and readers. You can find it at www.facebook.com/youaintheardnothinyet . See you there!!
I haven't posted on this blog for quite a long time! Actually, I have started a new blog called "You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet". This new blog is about classic movies, but also classic radio, music, television, and so forth. I invite you to visit my new blog! You can also Like "You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet" on Facebook! You will find this link at the bottom of the blog page. I do not intend to write on "Silver Screen Stars" anymore. I wanted to broaden my horizon a bit. And, honestly, I felt a bit out of my element with classic film blogs such as yours. :-) I hope to see you at "You Ain't Heard Nothin' Yet" very soon. You can find my new blog here.
It has been over two months since my last post. I am truly sorry for not posting sooner, but it has been a crazy couple of months. So, here I am, still alive and back into the blog sphere. Does anyone have any particular subject that you would like me to post on? Please feel free to leave a comment with your ideas! I will start writing regularly starting next week. Stay tuned!!
I watched this clip earlier in the week and had to share it. This is from "Daddy Long Legs" made in 1955, and stars Fred Astaire and Leslie Caron. Here Astaire and Caron dance the popular "Sluefoot" at her college dance. This is a wonderful movie that I highly recommend! The dance is so awesome to watch. They are fabulous together! Enjoy!!
Here is another wonderful short filmed in 1936 titled, "Sunkist Stars at Palm Springs". I just LOVE these old Technicolor shorts full of Hollywood stars, (like one of my favorites Betty Grable)! Although the "Mike" thing is a bit creepy, the rest is fun!
This past summer I visited my sister for a few weeks in another state. While I was there our conversation turned to classic films many times (not hard for me to do). We created a list of movies that my sister had not seen that I would send to her. Finally last week, after several months of waiting, my sister got in the mail some must see movies. So, I thought that I would post the list of movies that I sent! Remember, the ones that I have listed are movies that she has NEVER seen.
- "The Jazz Singer" (1927)
- "The Public Enemy" (1931)
- "Little Caeser" (1931)
- "Suspicion" (1941)
- "It" (1927)
- "The Adventures of Robin Hood" (1938)
- "Mr. Smith Goes to Washington" (1939)
- "The Postman Always Rings Twice" (1946)
- "Jezebel" (1938)
- "Dinner At Eight" (1933)
- "The Philadelphia Story" (1940)
- "To Be or Not To Be" (1942)
- "Sunset Blvd." (1950)
- "Since You Went Away" (1944)
- "Cleopatra" (1934)
- "The Women" (1939)
- "Top Hat" (1935)
- "Swing Time" (1936)
- "The Mark of Zorro" (1940)
- "Imitation of Life" (1959)
- "Captain Blood" (1935)
- "All About Eve" (1950)
- "Gentleman's Agreement" (1947)
- "Gold Diggers of 1933" (1933)
- "Cabin in the Sky" (1943)
- "Heaven Can Wait" (1943)
- "Leave Her to Heaven" (1945)
It's hard to imagine never seeing these great movies! I am so excited for her to be able to watch all of the for the first time. Which one of these classic films do you think is the one that she should not go without seeing?