I hope the rest of this version of the Magic flute is as good as this excellent bit.
when was this filmed? 1950s? 1980s? I'm merely curious. And if you don't know that's ok too.
The Beatles, Shakespeare, Peter Sellers what's not to like?
Some of my favorite viola pieces this piece by Bach, Harold in Italy by Hector Berlioz, and Mozart's Sinfonia Concertante for Violin and Viola. There are also great viola solos in string quartets like the one by Ravel
I think that she's the best puck i've ever seen.
I wonder did you ever dress at halloween as a hobbit one of the flintstones or a fairy or some other outfit where bare feet would be part of the costume?
This probably the single loveliest vengeance aria ever.
Why is santa claus is coming to town not here? If you ignore the cheerful tune what you know about Santa Claus, Santa's in this song is actually is kind of scary.
Mary louise here is played by Fran Brill the first female muppet performer, and she seemed to be the only person who could make that character interesting. Why didn't she keep playing Mary Louise.
What makes the line about the cover they wanted to put on it wasn't a glove so effective is it lets the imagination run wild as to what it is. If they had stated out what they wanted as say smell the whip or smell the joint then there wouldn't be any room for interpretation.
I was wondering if the illustrations were done by the late Maurice Sendak.
If I had the choice between seeing Henry Lytton Martyn Green or John Reed on video in this particular role i'd choose Martyn Green every time.