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"Gentlemen, We all can't be the Honey Nut Cheerios Honeybee!"
OH MY GOD....cheap special effects, cheap props, stock footage and razor-thin plot, it means just one thing....a ready made grade Z movie for Joel and the bots at MST3K to rip to shreds for the holiday season. This movie is where Pia Zadora gets her acting start, and by the way...this is not the film that "won" her that Golden Globe, and we are introduced to that thing known as Dropo, which is someone straight out of a Sherwood Schwartz production, Ralph the Doorman (of TV's The Jefferson's)as a reporter, and of course...a news anchor that looks like Dick York. If you do dare watch, watch it for our heroes at the SOL making some of the best riffs and insults this side of the Mississippi. The only people that should be forced to watch the non-MST3K version is for kids who haven't been good boys and girls this year and your worst enemy.
MY RATING: Non MST3K version - ZERO out of FIVE stars
MST3K version - FOUR out of FIVE stars
WHAT A SHOW!
Milestones & Memories reunites 47 living Welk performers that have entertained us every Saturday night, mostly when we were watching with our grand-parents. Although the musical family may have gotten older, they still looked and sounded great at the Welk Champagne Theater in Branson, and for some members....it was the first time we seen them perform since their days on the show.
If you have two hours to spare, and you have nothing to do on a Saturday night....pop in M&M into your VCR and share wunnerful wunnerful memories with Myron, Jo Ann, Gail, Sandy, Sally, Mary Lou, The Lennon Sisters, Bobby, Cissy and many many more for a trip down memory lane!
MY RATING: TEN STARS OUT OF TEN
The Dodge Dancing Party (1955)
Classic TV that can't be beat!
This show doesn't get the respect it deserves...sure it is known for it's tacky wardrobe and watered-down musical numbers critics say, but compared to the tripe on television today, the show is a gem. I have meet several members of Lawrence's musical family in recent live shows, and they are perhaps the most friendly, down to earth entertainers you'll ever meet...and that is something you rarely see today! Also, if you're into pop culture history, watching the show can teach you something....and learn about music too!