Apr 142020

Guess I stuck my foot in it so!  haha                                                       Happy Spring Everyone! 


b2d Wordless Wednesday

#AtoZChallenge 2020 Blogging from A to Z Challenge letter M


I have some great ones for you today!  Woo Hoo  Going to start out with Judy Garland & Margaret O’Brien & my mama’s favorite, “Meet me in St. Louis”  

Mary Poppins” is next with Julie Andrews.   

Next up is another old favorite!  It’s Miracle on 34th St. with Edmund Gwenn, Natalie Wood, and Maureen O’Hara… very entertaining and a Christmas gift to us all! 

Mutiny on the Bounty Official Trailer #1 – Clark Gable Movie (1935) HD  

             Next is the “Maltese Falcon” with Humphrey Bogart 1941 –  Moby Dick (1956): Gregory Peck’s best scene   Mysterious Island with Kyle MacLachlan, Danielle Calvert, Gabrielle Anwar, Patrick Stewart 

  10 Responses to “Spring is Here! WW “M” Day! Woo Hoo!”


    Hi Marie I hope all is well over there were in lockdown here in central London it’s boring but needed

    Hope you are all coping with this well let’s hope we get back to normal by 2025 LOL

    I recently watched a really good documentary on Judy Garland it was interesting some bits in it I never knew

    Have a safestic week Marie and just don’t do anything I would like peeling a banan whilst standing on my head :



    The meatloaf foot is hilarious! Magnificent vintage ‘M’ movie titles. Mary Poppins is a favorite childhood classic! I loved Julie Andrews when I was little, too. 🙂 Have a marvelous day, darlin’! xx


    That meat foot cracked me up!

    Happy spring!


    Fun post as always, Marie!!!

    Happy Wednesday!


    The Maltese Goonie Bird, I mean Falcon, sounds good. I’m going to have to searching a little searching for it though. I saw it mentioned as a goonie bird in some cartoon a long time ago. It has stuck in my head ever since. Ha!


    Love all the funnies. That foot made me laugh out loud.

    Love all the trailers. There’s some classics in there.

    Thank you for joining the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday. Love you bunches, Marie. ♥


    These are some heavy-duty movies! My favorite is “Miracle on 34th Street.” Trivia: Matthew Garber and I were born on the same day (March 25 1956). Very sad how he died…


    Hooray for spring, and a big, especially hooray for your husband’s clean bill of health!


    Such classics you have there. Very nice. Thanks for hosting and I hope that you family is safe and healthy.

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