Jaws (1975) Saturday's Favorite Movie Moment

"See it, before you go swimming"

Recently, I joined The Humor Bloggers.com where I participated in the Humor Blogger Carnival hosted by one of our funniest bloggers on the web, Ettarose, at ettarose-edgeofsanity. If you wished to join the carnival you could write on one of two subjects and chose your own title. One of the subjects was how did you grow up in the decade you were born, such as the 50's 60's or 70's and I decided to write about the seventies, and chose the title Growing Up In The Seventies.

Well, by now, you probably think you know where I'm going with this since Jaws was released in 1975, and you would be correct, however, I would also like to dedicate this Saturday's Favorite Movie Moment to The Humor Bloggers, (because it's one of my new pop-stands) in addition to the host of the first Humor Carnival, Ettarose from ettarose-edgeofsanity, and you didn't know that.

Here's what I wrote about the film in my post,

It sounds silly now, but at the time that Jaws was in theaters it scared everyone half to death. The movie chilled you to the bone so bad, that my best friend, my brother, and I could not go to sleep the night we saw it.

It was ridiculous...but we kept thinking irrational thoughts. For instance, I kept telling myself that it was impossible for a shark to crawl on shore, flag down a taxi, come to our house, and devour all three of us while we slept in our beds. I also had another imagined scenario, which involved a great white out on the town dining to Jaws “music” while he munched on my rib cage; a nightmare too horrifying for me to swallow alone. No pun intended- so the three of us ended up piled in the bed together the night we saw the movie in 1975.

See it, before you go swimming~

Have a great Saturday, full of fun, love, and laughter~


Bud Weiser, WTIT said...

You go girl!

Bud Weiser, WTIT said...

Oh. and Ann. You shoulda been scared. My great uncle Fred pissed off a shark once and the damn thing hailed a taxi and that fish ate both he and my great-aunt Ethel...

Unknown said...

Annie, you don't know how much I needed to read that. Thank you for putting me in your dedication. It truly is one of the sweetest things ever.As far as Jaws goes, I agree, it was one of the scariest movies ever. bud weiser, witt is getting his movie mixed up with the land shark of Saturday Night Live. Ha ha ha

Dawn Drover said...

That movie terrified me Ann! When I look back now it just seems silly :)

aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Bud~ You go Dude! ;)))

Bud, laughing....Don't tell me things like that! :o laughing...

Have a great day Bud~



aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Etta, I wondered what in the world Bud was talking about...laughing...But then, most of the time I do...

I remember Jaws knocking on Gilda Radner's door and devouring her when she opened it. (Laughing)...Do you remember that?

Those were the funniest Saturday Night Live's. And you are more than welcome for putting you in the dedication. You did a marvelous job on the Humor Carnival.

By the way, I want to apologize for being so behind on returning my comments. But, I'm catching up.

I appreciate everything Sue~

Hope you're having a wonderful weekend~


aniceplaceinthesun.blogspot.com said...

Dawn, Laughing...I know it does seem silly now...and it seemed like everyone had those irrational fears I wrote about...Like the shark could walk about freely and gobble people up. laughing...

I hope you're having a great weekend...


Luvs Ya,


Anonymous said...

I remember how frightened we all were of Jaws...worse then all other horror movies...

I loved that era of Sat. night live...who knew they were all on drugs for most of it. ha ha ha

My grandson could quote from the movie...he loved it...we knew it was almost the end when he yelled..
we got to get a bigger boat...he was about three at the time.

Hope your doing fine honey...take care.

lovs and huge hugs...

Mimi Lenox said...

I still have nightmares over that stupid movie and I'm...well I'm...."older" now. Ahem.

Sandee said...

I so loved this movie. It scared me half to death, but what a classic. It had it all. Suspense, politics, death, love...it had it all. Excellent honey. Big hug and lotsa lovies. :)

Anonymous said...

I remembered seeing it in 3D! Talk about scary...there were body parts floating in the water and it looked like they were floating around you! Creepy...

Anonymous said...

This movie scared the wits out of me. I remembered watching this with my father when I was a and I ended up crying. :(

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