Lady And The Tramp --Dream A Little Dream Of Me-Saturday's Favorite Movie Moment


This Saturday's favorite movie moment is the romantic affection shared between two special dogs, including their famous kiss from Walt Disney's The Lady And The Tramp-

I love the original soundtrack in the movie, but Cornbugles added Mama Cass Elliot singing Dream A Little Dream Of Me to the clip and it works really well- I enjoyed it.

This (me) amateurish movie reviewer rated this video with five stars, two dances around the living room with Simon (my cat) and a pint of double fudge chocolate chip ice-cream.

In addition, let me know, (I ask this question every Saturday) what song is playing in your head over the week-end. If you don't have a song in your head now, you may before the week-ends over, so feel free to comment on as many songs as you wish-

Well, that's it, except I hope you enjoyed the video and have a fantastic week-end~

singing, giggling, dancing, etc...

P.S. The song in my head is Dream A Little Dream Of Me, of course, although that's subject to change. And I will let you know my songs over the week-end if you let me know yours~ :)


FerdC ~ The Best Parts said...

Good idea!
I'm going to be ready for a dance a little later. We just had a little wine with dinner, and I have Ben & Jerry's Imagine Whirled Peace in the freezer. So after a little ice cream, I'll take Princess Gail for a spin on the dance floor!
Thanks for the romantic idea, Annie!

Ann said...

You're most welcome Ferdc~ I hope you and Princess Gail have a wonderful Saturday night. This is the first I've heard of Imagine Whirled Peace what a great name and Ben & Jerry's is a great ice-cream.

It sounds as if you have the right ingredients for a perfect evening.

Have fun~ :))

Oh, I almost forgot that I nominated you for the You Cheer Me Up Award and also added you to its new blogroll. (I'm writing about the post below this one)

There is more information about the You Cheer Me Up Award on the award page that I have linked in the scrollbox and and in my sidebar if you click on Lucy and Ethyls image.

I started giving out the You Cheer Me Up Award in January and now I decided to make a blogroll for all the winners.

It's completely optional of course, I just wanted you to know that you cheer me up and include your link to the blogroll.

Your blog name is listed at the bottom of the blogroll scrollbox under May's recipients.

Please forgive my wordiness, but I want you to realize the instructions for winning the award are purely optional.

Congrats, and happy dancing...

Cheers~ Annie

mauniejames3 said...

Oh my gosh Ann...I have been humming Mama Casses dream a little dream of me since friday...did we hear it on the radio? It is one of my faves..anyway my Penny is getting so heavy now we have to stop giving her treats...no one believes she's just big boned anymore...so if I can lift her that's what we will be dancing to with a large dish of butter pecan.

Ann said...

Maunie, (LOL) "no one believes she's just big boned anymore.." (still laughing) Oh no.. Well...she should be able to have her treats on the week-ends when you're dancing. (can't she? smile)

Butter pecan sounds delicious...Today is Sunday, and I have "A Bridge Over Troubled Water" in my head.

I can't believe you had "Dream A Little Dream Of Me" in your head on Friday. That means you must have sent it to me. Because I posted the video Saturday, so thanks for the heads up Maunie- (LOL)

I hope you and Penny are having a nice week-end~



Sandee (Comedy +) said...

I love that song. Mama Cass was awesome. Hope you are having a great weekend. :)

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