Thursday, August 06, 2009

Judy Garland - Meet Me in St. Louis (song)

The Duchess asked which movie was a favorite for a summertime hot spell. So for for your perusal I offer one of my favorite "heatwave" movies! What might you add to the list of Heatwave Movies? Please stop by and thank her for asking! Have a grand Summer's Day!


Thanks be to God!


  1. One of my favorites of Judy's movies!!! Van Johnson.....loved him, too!!!

  2. Well, I love to watch all the old black and white movies during the summer! And I always enjoy watching the Shirley Temple movies! But I most especially enjoy watching South Pacific! Beautiful music! Lots of fun!

  3. This is great, Cathy, you have given me some great ideas of old movies to persue and I've never seen 'Meet Me in St. Louis'! Yet another reason to read blogs and enjoy them!

    blessings and hugs,


  4. For many years Meet Me in St Louis was my favorite movie, I have it in my collection and still love it. I am like Eileen as I love the Shirley Temple many classics are wonderful and a luxury, wonder why today's movies aren't so great....could it be our age is showing or perhaps we may be right and enjoy the good wholesome no foul language types. Who knows.....:-) Hugs

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