Wednesday, February 25, 2009

Watched An Old Movie Last Night

Last night we watched "Paint Your Wagon." I love the music from that film. Here's one song from that great movie.



14 comments:

SubeeSews said...

Thanks for the lovely comment on my newest quilt. I too am an old movie crazy nut. I have to own the DVD's as if they are going to dissapear someday. I feel like I am saving my old memories. I remember what movies I have watched and which quilt I was sewing on by looking at my titles. Great to find you too.

BrownAndCookies said...

thank you very much for your coment and suport. Kiss from Portugal****

Márcia*

Julie said...

I haven't seen that movie in ages, loved the song.

Yasmin said...

I love this film I remember when my grandad took me to see it at the pictures, I used to drive everyone mad siging this song.

Thanks for sharing

Yasmin
xx

sober white women said...

Can you believe that I have never seen this film before?! LOL I guess I should get out more.
Kelli

just me said...

I haven't seen this movie in a long time, I'll have to watch it again soon.
It was sunny and in the 50's here but wind gusting up to 39 mph, that always happens here in the spring.
Barbara

Jan said...

What a great film and thankyou for Dear ,Lee Marvins great rendition of Wandering star .Sorry I havent been around as much lately ..love Jan xx

Marie said...

ahh, that's one of Todd's and mine favourite films! It combines our love of musicals along with his love of Westerns! It's a win/win with us!

Wish on a Whisker said...

Hi Linda~ Glad you stopped by to visit! ~Mandy

Lori J said...

Dearest Linda, There is nothing like the OLD movies although with all the techno stuff they have nowadays..sometimes it seems so phoney. Gone with the Wind was on the other night but decided I could not manage the 4 hours.
Oh so cold and snowy here again...minus 24 Celsius...Hubby has to decided if we are hooking up the trailer or just heading out to AZ to visit dear friends who are one of the many "SnowBirds" that help the American economy in the wintertime.

Much love as always,

ALBERTA Lori

DB said...

They told the producers that Lee Marvin couldn't sing. Lee Marvin told the producers he couldn't sing. So he sang anyway.

Lisa said...

I've never seen this movie but I did enjoy the video.

Lisa said...

I forgot to mention how much I like your new header picture!!!

Belen Art said...

I haven't seen the movie but its music sounds great.