11/24/07

Happy Saturday Song From Mr Hollands Opus



I wanted to post a scene in Mr.Hollands Opus, where the character portrayed by Jean Louisa Kelly sings this Gershwin tune, but the video keep skipping- so I posted her performing it on what I'm guessing is David Letterman- the video didn't offer a clue. Jean Kelly's version is one of the best version's of Someone To Watch Over Me that I've ever heard. Anyway, Saturday's favorite movie moment is a scene in Mr Hollands Opus in which the character she portrays performs this tune.

Have a happy Saturday and I will post again before the end of the week-end.


Enjoy your day~

5 comments:

Nascar and the Canadian Curmudgeon said...

It ain't Willie or Waylon but still beautifully done..:):)I quite enjoyed it..I guess my horizons are expanding along with my waistline.....:):)

Ann said...

Robert, I'll have to agree that Willie and Waylon are a hard act to follow. LOL But I'm glad it helped to expand your "horizons along with your waistline" (Laughing)

Thanks for stopping by~

Ann

Christy said...

Ann, that is absolutely beautiful!! What a wonderful video to post, I love it! Hope you got yesterday's email, I feel horrible about such a quick goodbye! Hugs:)

Ann said...

Christy, Yes, I got your e-mail and it was hardly a quick goodbye. I feel bad that I didn't e-mail you right back to let you know it wasn't abrupt at all. I'm e-mailing you back as I speak or I should say as I write. LOL I'm so glad you liked the video.

Hugs :)

Ann

Marja said...

Hi Ann you see that I keep coming back. Guess this world became important to me. I really enjoyed your video. Just my piece of cake. Hope you have a nice weekend. Ours is already finished. We had 30 degrees today pffff.

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