Thursday, May 6, 2010

Giveaway!

Long ago, I promised a giveaway but failed to actually follow through with it. Well, long over due but finally here...

the first ever giveaway at Flying Down To Hollywood! This one is celebrating my accumulation of 50+ followers! Hooray!

I will be giving away a Movie Night Fun Box. This box will include: popcorn (unpopped), fuzzy socks, a Flapperdoodle print, and The Harvey Girls on dvd. You'll have everything set for your movie night of fun!



To enter, you must be a follower of my blog. That's really the only qualification. (I've been job searching lately and currently feel that the world should require less taxing qualifications for things.) If you're interested, please leave a comment naming your favorite 40s musical. Your taste in 40s musicals will have no bearing on your ability to win. I just think it will make for more exciting entries than "I'd like to enter." If you want to win bonus entries, then you can tweet about the giveaway and/or mention it on your blog. Please leave additional comments for each bonus entry (you don't have to mention a different movie choice although you can if you'd like).

The last day to enter the giveaway will be one week from tomorrow: May 14th.

** If you do not have your email connected to your blog, please leave your email address in the comments.

18 comments:

  1. Meet Me in Saint Louis (1944): Love that bit with the trolley!

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  2. Anchors Aweigh! That scene with Gene Kelly on the phone? Yummmmmmmmmmm....

    iamemmamusic.blogspot.com

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  3. Haha I was going to say the same as Kallim; definitely "Meet Me in St. Louis". Oh cool, I haven't seen Harvey Girls in such a long time, and I've been wanting to rewatch that train song!

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  4. "You'll Never Get Rich" (1941)!!!!
    I mean, c'mon, you can't beat Fred & Rita together :)

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  5. Hmmm I think my favorite is either Cover Girl or For Me and My Gal. I actually havent seen all of Meet Me In St. Louis, but from the above comments I think I should watch it(what I saw of the movie was very good though). Very clever contest idea by the way.

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  6. Hooray for a giveaway! There's lots of good 40s musicals, but I'm picking State Fair. :-)

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  7. The Pirate (1948)
    Sexy guy, interesting lady, the Nicholas Brothers, strange and wonderful costumes, a perfectionist director and Cole Porter.

    Who could ask for anything more?

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  8. Meet Me in St. Louis. I'm not a big musical fan but that movie is just awesome (mostly because of 'Tootie', in my opinion).
    Speaking of popcorn- I'm reading up on Paul Newman right now and a former landlord once said, "The best thing he could do while he was here was eat popcorn. That guy would eat a dishpan full of popcorn at least once a day."

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  9. Hmm... it's hard to choose, but I think my favorite 40's musical has to be "For Me & My Gal" - Judy and Gene together are just too wonderful for words!

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  10. P.S. Forgot to mention my e-mail address: publicjitterbug@gmail.com

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  11. What a fun giveaway!

    Hmm.. if I win could a second person get the print? lol! :)

    I'm with Wendy, I think State Fair is my favorite 40's musical.

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  12. I'll say State Fair, too. I just rewatched it the other day.

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  13. Mine is Meet Me in St. Louis as well. Great giveaway!!

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  14. I Want to win this SOO bad, I LOVE this movie!!
    My favorite movie is Meet Me in St. Louis. (and no, I am not being a copy-cat)

    -Lindsay

    lindsay15photo@gmail.com

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  15. I wanted to blog about this, but ran out of time. So I tweeted instead. :-)

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  16. What a terrific giveaway! While I also completely ADORE State Fair, I'll pick something no one else has yet: Jane Powell's musical films from the 40s. Three Darling Daughters, A Date for Judy, Luxury Liner, etc. I have loved these ever since I was a preteen glued to the tv set, just wishing it would take me in her amazing fairy land.

    Casey
    caseykoester(AT)hughes(DOT)net

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  17. Just tweeted about it here: http://twitter.com/NoirGirl/status/13930689438

    :D

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