Auntie Mame – are y’all familiar with this? I was completely surprised by how much I enjoyed it.
“Life is a banquet! And most poor suckers are starving to death!”
After reviewing The Goonies the other day, I thought about another of my all time favorite movies, Auntie Mame. Growing up, my mother loved watching “classics” – I had no time for those old-timey movies! I had Back to the Future to watch!
But Auntie Mame stood out in the mix. While I could appreciate The Wizard of Oz or Gone with the Wind, they didn’t give me the same thing Auntie Mame did.
First, it stars Rosalind Russell (also known for His Girl Friday and Gypsy) , who absorbed the character of Mame Dennis so well on Broadway that she had no trouble transitioning her to the big screen. She WAS Mame Dennis. Every moment you see her on screen, you are totally entranced with her. The costumes, the flamboyance, the fun that she is –…
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How funny is that? Those classic musicals are so underrated.
I actually ended up accidentally watching My Fair Lady with Rex Harrison and Audrey Hepburn the other night with my youngest. Fantastic movie.
They really are. And wow, I haven’t seen My Fair Lady in so long…that’s another excellent one. 🙂 Thanks so much for stopping by!