I'm finding a lot of before my time movies are the ones I prefer to watch. They had something to say and they say it without jamming it down your throat. They give you room to agree or disagree but do try and sway you.I took the remote from my wife at 8 PM this evening and said "The Quiet Man".
She was the one that made me sit down and watch it years ago. Now I love it.
That stops before it gets to the good part. 3:05:>---
The film features Julie Adams as the female lead and would later play the loveAndy Griffith
Direct by the great John Ford with some of his stock cast of actors,Mr. Roberts (1955)
WW-II aboard a small supply ship stars...
Henry Fonda (Mister Roberts)
James Cagney (the Captain)
William Powell (ships doctor) ~ final film appearance)
Jack Lemmon (Ensign Pulver) won Oscar as best supporting actor for this role.
Was first a Broadway play where Fonda also played Mr. Roberts.
PS: another film I saw during lunch periods at Canton McKinley in
Ever seen him live?Garth Brooks In Yankee Stadium 2
Yes. I caught him at old Cooper Stadium, in Columbus, Ohio.Ever seen him live?
Dude is amazing. The energy he brings!
WIth that said, knew a couple who went to the recorded concert he did at Notre Dame stadium a year or so ago. They said it was neat and all, (Weather sucked) but because it was being recorded for TV he stopped the concert often to try something different in songs, which they said really hampered the flow. They had seen him 4-5 times and said that was the worst showing because of that!
Wow, how long ago was that?Yes. I caught him at old Cooper Stadium, in Columbus, Ohio.
1997 was the year.Wow, how long ago was that?
Columbus Radio station is having a Garth Madness right now where they have a bracket to vote on his best songs ever. When they had him on the radio last month they were suggesting if he really wanted to prove how big his following is he should schedule a concert at the Shoe.......