Breakfast At Tiffany's (Saturday's Favorite Movie Moment)


Sandee said...

That was a very long time ago. Beautiful Annie. I enjoyed the movie long, long ago. Thanks for the smile.

Have a terrific evening. Big hug and lotsa lovies. :)

Anonymous said...

Now you're cookin' One of my all time favorite movies. I always loved Audrey Hepburn and I had a super huge crush on George Peppard. Later in life I did become a Truman Capote fan and love the original story as well - it's it a bit different but...I like Tiffany's too...unlike Holly I never got anything from there - I did shop there for my boss tho...

Have a peaceful Sunday...{{Huggiez}}

"Annie" said...

Sandee, I know, it was a long time ago...I think it came out in 1961. The year I was born.

I adore the movie too, and I'm glad I made you smile. It took me forever to find this particular clip. I love this scene.

You have a terrific evening too. And Big hug and lotsa lovies back to you~ :))


"Annie" said...

Thank you Grace. I'm so happy I hit on one of your favorites. And I love Audrey Hepburn too, and George Peppard, well...He had the bluest eyes didn't he? He reminds me of the expression, "He's a tall, cool drink of water."

You know, I also love Capote, but I've never read Breakfast At Tiffany's. Isn't that weird? I need too. Is the movie that different?

I love the way Capote phrases...I bet it's good. Oh, and you're lucky to have shopped at Tiffany's. I hope I will one day.

A girl can dream...:))

You have a peaceful Sunday as well, and thank you for stopping by...

Big, big hug back to you~


supermunchee said...

I super love this movie!!!!!!

Dawn (Twisted Sister) said...

ahhhh... that was lovely to watch :)
hope you had a great weekend!

"Annie" said...

Supermunchee, I'm glad you love it, so so I.

I hope you're having a great week-end~

Thanks for the comment~ :))



"Annie" said...

Dawn, Isn't it fun to watch? This is one of my favorite scenes. Must be nice to lay around all day playing the guitar...in addition to being spied on by George Peppard. What a life, eh?

I hope you had a great week-end too, and a restful evening~ ;)

Luvs ya,


ettarose said...

I have a confession to make. I have never seen this movie. I will now that you all have praised it so much. Hope you are feeling good today Annie.

"Annie" said...

Susan, Yes, you should see it. It's an oldie, but goodie. Listen, I'm not sure if I told you that I have an award for you. It's the You Cheer Me Up Award. Do you remember it? Well...it followed me back into the blogsophere, and there's one for you. Congratulations! Thanks for cheering me up, and for being such a loyal friend.


Oh, I hope you come back to read my reply. Let me know if you do, O.K.? I'm terrible about informing my awards nominees-Isn't that awful?

Anyway, I am feeling better lately, especially today. Thank you for asking, and hanging in there with me every step of the way.

E-hug, and love,


Shinade aka Jackie said...

wow I am humming the tune to Bewitched and i didn't even watch the video. My satellite has decided that I am not allowed to watch videos.

Awwwwww...it must be wonderful to actually get to watch movies!! I have had so many technical problems this past week that I have been up until 3 and 4am almost everyday.

Then I go to bed and grab about 4 hours of sleep and start fighting with my satellites again!!

There aren't any good movies on at 4am.

Hey but I did get to watch the 1st season of The Tudors over the weekend. I don;t get Showtime or HBO and I have been wanting to see this seroies for so long.

Netflix has all of the seasons. I am hoping to get done tonight in time to watch the other 2 movies so i can mail them in!!

Then I will get season 2!! Wish me luck Annie...I am so so far behind!!

have a great night!!

oh yes George Peppard was to die for back then...great movie!!

Anonymous said...

Tuesday Afternoon: The song in my head is Donde Estas Yolanda - still on my Pink Martini kick...

Shinade aka Jackie said...

I am waiting for you and Tuesday question. Hey I won't miss it this time.

I will be back later Annie. I too love this movie. Audrey Hepburn is one of my all time favorite people.

See you in a bit!!:-)

Kristin said...

That's my favourite movie not for me only i told but for so many people. The really romantic natural human story. I believe in one bigest love in live!!! Hope people love each other more and more..make love not war:)))

Yana said...

Hi and first Annie congrats for that great blog. FOr that amazing movie what can I say except......incredible and unforgettable. I can't imagine that heve person who can say "I don't like it..". Keep going Annie!

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