Thursday, April 09, 2015

Music From Great Sixties Movies GEORGY GIRL


10 comments:

Todd Mason said...

GEORGY GIRL wasn't a musical, though...

pattinase (abbott) said...

Meant to type
Movies

Cap'n Bob said...

I love Judith Durham and the Seekers made some great records.

Sergio (Tipping My Fedora) said...

Terrific movie with a tougher edge than most sixties comedies - and the song is marvellous, co-written by Jim Dale, the CARRY ON star who kater played in BARNUM on Broadcway

Jeffrey Meyerson said...

Another great British black & white movie. By coincidence we were listenng to a folk music collection yesterday and there were two songs by the Seekers on it ("We'll Build a World of Our Own" was one of them) and naturally it made me think of GEORGY GIRL (song and movie). It was one of many movies we saw when we started dating in 1967.

As Bill Crider would say, I miss the old days.

Jeff M.

Margot Kinberg said...

Love the Seekers!! And this is a great song.

David Cranmer said...

Another classic film I've never seen.

Graham Powell said...

I have never see the movie, but I read the summary at Wikipedia, and it sounds like one of the most depressing movies ever. I'd have to watch Leaving Las Vegas afterwards to cheer myself up.

Jeffrey Meyerson said...

It isn't, Graham. James Mason and of course Lynn Redgrave make it entertaining.

Jeff M.

Jeffrey Meyerson said...

It isn't, Graham. James Mason and of course Lynn Redgrave make it entertaining.

Jeff M.