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1936 Musical Films

1936 Musical Films

1936 Musical Films

1936 Musical Films

There’s really only one good film of 1936, and I’m not sure if you know which one it is, but after this blog, 1936 Musical Films is finished, I’m going to watch it, since I just bought it, from iTunes. I could have rented it, but everything on my website, I own and I don’t rent.

Anything Goes starring Bing Crosby and Ethel Merman

Born To Dance released November 27 starring Eleanor Powell, Virginia Bruce, James Stewart, Frances Langford, Buddy Ebsen and the vocal group The Foursome.

Cain and Mabel starring Marion Davies, Clark Gable and Allen Jenkins

Can This Be Dixie? starring Jane Withers, Slim Summerville, Helen Wood and Thomas Beck. Directed by George Marshall

Captain January starring Shirley Temple, Guy Kibbee and Slim Summerville...

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The Wizard Of Oz Part Ten

The Wizard Of Oz Part Ten

The Wizard Of Oz Part Ten

The Wizard Of Oz Part Ten

In The Wizard Of Oz Part Ten, I’ll be typing about the many releases this film has done, and I have two different box set limited edition and another one from iTunes, so I’m happy with all three, and Ill take a photo of my two box sets, for prove, on my next blog. I just move in my new house, and I’m still putting away my things in order. Here’s The Wizard Of Oz Part Ten( I ran out of iTunes albums. I looked for more, but they only had two(one must have been a limited edition, which I’ll upload on previous blobs). I also have a box set, with more music than on any edition has, and I’ll be adding that to my blogs as well...

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The Wizard Of Oz Part Nine

The Wizard Of Oz Part Nine

The Wizard Of Oz Part Nine

The Wizard Of Oz Part Nine

I’m off to see The Wizard once more and I know you want to come with me. In The Wizard Of Oz Part Nine, I’m texting you, about what the critics are saying about one of the greatest films of all time.

Reception

The Wizard of Oz film received much acclaim upon its release. Frank Nugent considered the film a “delightful piece of wonder-working which had the youngsters’ eyes shining and brought a quietly amused gleam to the wiser ones of the oldsters. Not since Disney’s Snow White has anything quite so fantastic succeeded half so well...

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Musicals Of 1935

Musicals Of 1935

Musicals Of 1935

Musicals Of 1935

I did do a blog before of who was born and who died, in 1935, but I should have continued with the musicals because that’s what my website is all about. I never made this a period website, it’s only for those that was born in that year, but since I was in that year, I should have typed about it anyway. This is my way of making up, is to make a blog that I should have made last year, and called it Musicals Of 1935. Theirs only two films I like are Curly Top and Broadway Melody, but I’m not going to bore you with that. You may not of heard about it, and I want to move onward, as quickly as I know how. So here’s the list, and watch the video, while I think of someone else to blog.

Musical films

Be Careful, Mr Smith starring Bobbie Comber

Bright Lights starri...

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The Three Stooges Part Fifteen

The Three Stooges Part Fifteen

The Three Stooges Part Fifteen

The Three Stooges Part Fifteen

I’m doing The Three Stooges Part Fifteen, and for now, it’s the last one. I hope you watch the shorts, and come back for more, because I have others I’ll be doing soon.

Video Games

The Three Stooges (video game)

In 1984, Gottlieb released an arcade game featuring the Stooges trying to find three kidnapped brides.

Later in 1987, game developers Cinemaware released a successful Three Stooges computer game, available for Apple IIGS, Amiga, Commodore 64, MS-DOS, and Nintendo Entertainment System (NES)...

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The Three Stooges Part Fourteen

The Three Stooges Part Fourteen

The Three Stooges Part Fourteen

The Three Stooges Part Fourteen

Once again, here’s The Three Stooges, in The Three Stooges Part Fourteen,  I want to type more, but I’m busy looking at The Three Stooges, from The Three Stooges Part Fourteen, blog I’m typing  for it. The Three Stooges are the funnies than anyone since the 1980’s, so let’s get started with The Three Stooges Part Fourteen, and laugh with their shorts.

The Robonic Stooges (1977–78)

Another animated series also produced by Hanna-Barbera, titled The Robonic Stooges, originally seen as a featured segment on The Skatebirds (CBS, 1977–1978), featuring Moe, Larry, and Curly (voiced by Paul Winchell, Joe Baker and Frank Welker, respectively) as bionic cartoon superheroes with extendable limbs, similar to the later Inspector ...

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The Three Stooges Part Thirteen

The Three Stooges Part Thirteen

The Three Stooges Part Thirteen

The Three Stooges Part Thirteen

It’s another day, and another blog of The Three Stooges, but it’s The Three Stooges Part Thirteen, which means it’s almost Halloween, so I found three of The Three Stooges shorts that has, ghost and monsters, so I hope I don’t scare you with The Three Stooges, in The Three Stooges Part Thirteen LOL.

Museum

Gary Lassin, grandnephew-in-law of Larry Fine, opened the Stoogeum in 2004, in a renovated architect’s office in Spring House, Pennsylvania, 25 miles (40 km) north of Philadelphia. The museum-quality exhibits fill three stories 10,000 square feet (930 m2), including an 85-seat theater...

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The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Eight

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Eight

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Eight

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Eight

John Williams’s movie scores and awards go on and on, and I can keep listing, which is amazing, but I can’t keep up with him, so this will be the last for awhile, until I find something more then his list of awards. This blog is entitled The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Eight, but I could have named it John William’s List Of Films Part Two, and it would mean the same. Here’s The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Eight, and a video afterwards.

Grammy Awards

Year Project Category Result
1962 Checkmate Best Soundtrack Album or Recording or Score from Motion Picture or Television Nominated
1975 Jaws Album of Best Original Score Written for a Motion Picture or a Television Sp...
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The Three Stooges Part Twelve

The Three Stooges Part Twelve

The Three Stooges Part Twelve

The Three Stooges Part Twelve

If you think I’m done with The Three Stooges,then guess again, for their are my favorite. In The Three Stooges Part Twelve, you’ll find the kind of music The Three Stooges, had, on their shorts. So read and watch The Three Stooges Part Twelve and enjoy.

Music

* Several instrumental tunes were played over the opening credits at different times in the production of the short features. The most commonly used themes were:

* The verse portion of the Civil War era song “Listen to the Mockingbird”, played in a comical way, complete with sounds of birds and such. This was first used in Pardon My Scotch, their ninth short film, in 1935...

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The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Seven

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Seven

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Seven

The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Seven

Everyone knows The Talented Life Of John Williams for Jaws and STAR WARS, but did you know he did Harry Potter and others that is so long I had to make a list of. In The Talented Life Of John Williams Part Seven, that’s exactly what I done, so here’s what I found and some I was amaze to find out myself.

Academy Awards

Year Project Category Result
1967 Valley of the Dolls Best Score Adaptation Nominated
1969 Goodbye, Mr Chips Best Score Adaptation Nominated
The Reivers Best Original Score Nominated
1971 Fiddler on the Roof Best Scoring Adaptation and Original Song Score Won
1972 Images Best Original Dramatic Score Nominated
The Poseidon Adventure Best Original Dramatic Sco...
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