Blue Umbrella: John Prine

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    • katry Says:

      Gnu,
      I keep an umbrella in the car, but I forget it’s there and generally get wet.

      Despite the rainy season, no one had an umbrella in Ghana.

    • katry Says:

      Gnu,
      This is a great science fiction movie. We Earthlings are trigger happy. Klatu is a wonderful robot. I love Drew Pearson and his hat!

      I have never seen Bride of the Gorilla, but I’d like to see it. Raymond Burr must have been hard up to take this role.

      I just saw Attack of the Fifty Foot Woman not all that long ago. She took care of that two-timing husband of hers.

      The Amazing Transparent Man is another one I haven’t seen. Here I’d thought I’d seen so many but now I’m finding I missed many.

      20 Million Miles to Earth is one I’ve seen.

      I’ve also seen The Deadly Mantis. Now I’m feeling better about the B movies I’ve seen.

      First Spaceship on Venus is also new to me. I think the trailer probably gave away the best parts.

      That’s a catchy tune in the cartoon for the snack bar.

      Thanks-this was great fun!

    • katry Says:

      Gnu,
      I don’t watch all that many horror movies, but I do love those old black and white movies. The Tomb of Ligela is one I’ve never heard of.

      I have seen The Curse of the Mummy’s Tomb but the song is silly.

      First Men on the Moon looks like fun. Neil Armstrong never saw any of those creatures.

      Vincent Price surely starred in some really awful films, but I did get a chuckle from the descriptions.

      I like Dr. Terror and his house of horrors. Crack in the World is quite the title.

      I have seen Robinson Crusoe on Mars. It was in color but the trailer isn’t.

      I have a high tolerance when it comes to these movies, but I don’t know many other people who do.


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