Monday, May 3, 2010

Will you leave or do I have to ring for the butler?

I have to leave for work in about 30 minutes but I wanted to quickly tell you the answer to the quote of the week because, judging by the fact that guesses are still trickling in, the unknown of this is bothering people! So to end all of your suspense...

the quote is from Follow the Fleet during the script rehearsal between Bake and Miss Manning. Bilge walks in on them and suspects the worse, just as Bake intends. Congratulations to emma wallace, Sassy Ginger, and VKMfan for correctly guessing it! Hooray!!!

This scene is so stinking funny. I'd go on and on about it but I really have to go get ready for work. I'll write a post soon about the dancing ladies poll and then introduce this month's theme. Any guesses as to what it will be?


  1. grr.. I can't believe I didn't guess that right, it's my favorite Fred & Ginger movie! lol :)

  2. Oh no! I feel like I should know this one! Heres a shot in the dark...Stage Door?

  3. I think SassyGinger may be right about Stage Door, it seems correct to me. I know I have heard the line before, Im so overtired so Im not in the proper state to think correctly, but Stage Door is sticking out a bit in my head.,,


    Of course!!

    "Tapping Skill", I laugh myself to death! Well, my old tapdance teacher used to say: "Tap-dance is boring, I rather do Modern Dance. And a couple years I stopped tap-dancing myself.

    But now I do it because I like it and I don't care what other people want me to do. And I don't think it's boring.

    The greatest sin is, to bend ones spine backwards, because you'll become invalid that way as time goes by. I knew a girl that still went to high school. She did so much Modern, that her doctor told her to stop dancing immediately - already at that young age!

  5. Philadelphia Story: Well, the 30s are my air that I need to breathe. But I like Bing very much. And having good old Satchmo too is swell.

    Bing and Satch, they both come from the 20s and 30s and you can't stop following them even in later decades. Well, 1940 actually doesn't belong to the decade 1941-50, but nonetheless it's rather late - I prefer the years 1933-1937. And I sure love the Golddiggers!


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