If the copyright of any image or wallpaper on this site belongs to you, contact us immediately and we will remove it. Disclaimer: Information from this page is based on the contributions submitted by visitors and members of Theiapolis. In 1903 the family Smith is preparing for the exciting World Fair which will be held in their beloved St.
It seems like you have been doing some research on the Cowardly Lion.You are also getting a bit off topic. Not necessarily just a Christmas film, but the Christmas scene is probably my favorite part. Louis, Louis - (uncredited) Music by 'Kerry Mills ' Lyrics by 'Andrew Sterling ' Sung by 'Joan Carroll ' , 'Harry Davenport ' , 'Henry H. People come here for information so I prefer not to stray off topic.You can always start a new thread about the Lion.
I only saw it for the first time last year, but I don't know what on earth took me so long.
And Christmas just isn't Christmas without Pigpen ruining the little red haired girl's naturally curly hair or lipsy Linus giving his birth of Jesus recitation. My favorite Christmas movies are all on an old VHS tape - cartoons my mom recorded when we were kids.
Daniels Jr.' , 'Judy Garland ' and 'Lucille Bremer'The Boy Next Door - by 'Hugh Martin ' and 'Ralph Blane' Sung by 'Judy Garland ' (uncredited)Skip to My Lou - by 'Hugh Martin ' & 'Ralph Blane' Sung by 'Judy Garland ' (uncredited), 'Lucille Bremer' (uncredited), 'Henry H. But father Alonzo Smith (Leon Ames) shocks everyone by deciding to take a job offer in New York. The 21 year old had just started playing adult roles and did not want to be cast as a teenager again. The sequel was supossed to be about the Smith family moving to New York, as Sally Benson’s family had in real life, but the film never materialized.
It grossed more money than any prior MGM release in 20 years, with the exception of Gone With The Wind.

Here are some places in relation to Bert Lahr and his role as the Cowardly Lion in The Wizard of Oz. Wallpaper images in the Classic Movies club tagged: classic movies judy garland meet me in st louis. It doesn't have to be classified as only a Christmas film, because it covers practically every holiday in the year. But beside the fact that there isn't much plot and you have to really suspend your disbelief for certain parts, it really is a classic musical. A few pictures kept on the site are small and the opposite of magnification may occur but in most cases sizes are quite large.
The whole family is against it, especially daughter Esther (Judy Garland), who hast just started her romance with the boy next door John Truitt (Tom Drake)…. For the film she even gave explicit directions about the decor of her home, down to the last detail. But the studio would not budge and cast her as Esther anyway. When she eventually saw the film, she was very pleased with the result and would come to see it as one of her favorites.
The movie didn't win any Academy Awards which is very surprising because the acting and directing was superb and Judy Garland sang some memorable songs. There are a ton of great songs and funny moments, and if the film had nothing else to offer, there's always Judy Garland and Margaret O'Brien. I watch it every Christmas Eve and shake my fist at evil Henry Potter and shed tears at George Bailey's revelations. Except for a couple of cuss words and a few other comments, it really is a good modern Christmas film.
All pictures featured in the buildings and landmarks landmarks backgrounds collection are for personal use only as a pc computer background or mobile smartphone wallpaper. In 1994 it was selected for preservation in America’s National Film Registry and it is still a beloved classic. They are: The Boy Next Door, Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas, The Trolley Song, Skip To My Lou, Meet Me in St.

Felix cracks me up with all of his phrases: "It's catastroph!" and several more that I promised myself I'd remember but can't think of at the moment. Actually, it has me giggling one moment {"The way he lets those few hairs in the back grow long and combs them up over his head, coming down behind his ears.
It's funny {I also grew up watching Home Improvement, so maybe that's why I think Tim Allen is so funny in this.
A Snow White Christmas, The Raccoons Christmas, and, always, Charlie Brown (which is even funnier to me now than it was when I was little).
Mostly notably Have Yourself A Mery Little Christmas, which has become one of the most performed holiday songs and has been recorded by a large number of artists since its release. But I think it's hilarious when he says that the reindeer all look like they have Key Lime disease.
Louis has a striking resemblance to The Brady Bunch, the American hit sitcom television series beginning in the late 1960's, in that they are based around a large family life and there is a maid. But I love both versions of Sisters (ha :), and if you don't get a bit emotional at the end, you have a two-sizes-too-small-Grinchy heart. Louis, Missouri on the brink of the 1904 World's Fair.The Smith family lead a comfortable middle-class life. Esther, the second eldest daughter (Judy Garland), is in love with the boy next door, John Truett (Tom Drake) (Tom Drake), although he does not notice her at first. Louis.You can post a comment, pose a question, share any news and information you have, or simply start a discussion relating to Meet Me in St.

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