A to Z Challenge & today’s letter is “H”!

#AtoZChallenge 2020 badgeFor my A to Z Challenge I picked old movies or songs and today for the letter “H”  I have chosen more favorites of mine, and let me add that when I was a little girl my mom introduced me to these movies because they were favorite of hers.  Every Friday night when my dad went out with the boys she would make a big bowl of popcorn and we’d jump into her bed and watch the movies.  While we were watching these movies we always cuddled up next to each other.  Ahhh Those were the days!  So much fun & great memories!

“HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN” with Danny Kaye, “HEIDI” starring Miss Shirley Temple, and last, but not least “Holiday Inn”  starring Bing Crosby & Fred Astaire!  ENJOY!  

Our first…  HANS CHRISTIAN ANDERSEN – 1952,  starring DANNY KAYE!  Next is, “HEIDI”, starring the infamous 

“SHIRLEY TEMPLE!  1937…    Last, but not least is one of my mom’s favorite “Holiday Inn”  1942 starring Bing Crosby & Fred Astaire Hope you enjoyed the movies I picked.  


Stay healthy, Stay Safe and STAY HOME my friends!!!

I’ll see ya on the flipside!  Leave a comment below and let me know if you enjoyed!  Virtual Hugs to ya!


By Marie Moody

Married to my Soulmate. Mother of 4, grandmother of 12, and great-grandmother of 2 and owner of 1 demanding black lab & I'm a retired Legal Assistant & pianist. I am also on disability due to Spinal Stenosis. I am now a blogger which I love very much & it keeps me busy & I also enjoy crocheting.


  1. Yesterday, the internet was bad, but yesterdays was Gone…I am not a fan of that movie. So big deal. Now today, Hans and Heidi sound great.

  2. Danny Kaye was a comedic genius that I tend to forget. He was in the movie “White Christmas” with Bing Crosby, Rosemary Clooney, and Vera Ellen, which kind of ties in because that movie was similar to “Holiday Inn.” I remember “Hans Christian Andersen” really well and the songs are coming back…

    “Heidi” is infamous because NBC had it scheduled to follow right after an AFL playoff game. The game ran long and NBC started the movie before the it ended, which it did in spectacular fashion (a big come-from-behind in thoe last couple of minutes…) Not the movie’s fault, of course, just some guy at NBC…

  3. You covered “H” very well. Love Heidi. Love Shirley Temple.

    Hope you’re doing well, honey.

    Have a fabulous day. Big hugs and lots of love. ♥

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