Throughout her nearly seven decade career, Reynolds made a name for herself as a triple-threat singer, dancer, and actor — with roles in big-screen MGM musicals and Broadway shows. She was also chart-topping recording artist and dynamic live performer, who toured the country for years as a night club entertainer.
Music was an inescapable part of Reynolds career. Here are 11 of her best musical moments.
“Aba Daba Honeymoon” (1950)
Arthur Fields and Walter Donovan’s “Aba Daba Honeymoon” was first recorded
Having been born in 1985, the early years of my horror education consisted of Are You Afraid of the Dark?, R.L. Stine’s Goosebumps books, and the short story anthology Scary Stories To Tell In The Dark. Plus, the occasional Really scary movie was thrown in there for good measure such as The Frighteners – which I saw in theaters when I was eleven and preceded to have nightmares. Thanks dad. The Scary Stories books always made a lasting impression on me thanks to the exquisitely creepy charcoal illustrations by Stephen Gammell. They were a perfect pairing to Alvin Schwart’s eerie tales of ghosts, old houses, and haunting sounds in the darkness. Countless nights were spent
I was talking with my brothers about these recently and thought I'd see if I could find them online, and thanks to Youtube all three of the audio books are available to listen to right now! Each videos also contains the art used in the books.
Finding these was actually really exciting for me, so I thought they would make a perfect post especially since Halloween is right around the corner! They may be a little cheesy now, but they're still fun, especially if you grew up reading the books or listening to the tapes. I hope you enjoy them!
Not only a cultural treasure and classic of the “Saturday morning” era, it’s a fun-filled adventure that delivers to children today as well as it ever did.
The (fairly) zany adventures of Shoeshine Boy delighted audiences, and the non-superhero superhero approach became its own cultural force as the show continued to run in syndication for nearly a decade. More than just an animated adventure as we might think of one today, it was truly The Underdog Show, running almost as a kind of cartoon variety show,
For infants through 8-year-olds...
A Charlie Brown Christmas
A Charlie Brown Christmas, released in 1965, was (and remains) a huge hit. It came out at the height of Peanuts’ popularity, but also marked the transition Peanuts made from a comic strip about kids
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