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Hi Everybody!  Here’s our Fifth day of the A to Z Challenge of 2016, and my theme is old movies!   Our fifth letter is….

I’ve chosen “East of Eden” starring James Dean and “Exorcist”


 



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  7 Responses to “HAPPY SPRING! WW”

  1.  

    I don’t think I’ve ever seen East of Eden! What’s wrong with me? How did I miss a James Dean movie??!!
    I loved the Exorcist.

    Stopping by from one of the A-Z Teams,
    Hope you’re having fun with the challenge!

    Michele at Angels Bark

  2.  

    East of Eden is one of my favorites. Exorcist, not so much. I am a big baby when it comes to horror of any kind.
    Great post!

  3.  

    Happy Wednesday, thank you for hosting!

  4.  

    Happy Wordless Wednesday! Do you remember the sitcom, “Soap”? They had a spoof on “The Exorcist” where a baby is possessed. From the baby’s bassinet, they had it rigged that the actors would have avocado sauce thrown at them. I remember hearing that one of the actresses could not eat avocados for the longest of time.

  5.  

    Now that is quite the combination of movies!
    I remember watching the Exorcist the first time as a kid. Scared the crap out of me.

  6.  

    I’m a horror movie wimp, so I pick East of Eden! Have a great A to Z!
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  7.  

    Marie, East of Eden looks like a excellent vintage movie to see. I did make the mistake of seeing The Exorcist when I was a kid and scared me too death. I think it might have been at that moment that I vowed to never, ever see another horror movie again so help me God. lol

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