Sunday, December 26, 2010

Monday Movie

I’m inaugurating a new weekly feature that will highlight clips from some of my favorite movies. I’ll embed the video when it’s available; otherwise – as is the case today – I’ll link directly to YouTube.

Today I’ve got a video clip from one of my favorite Bob Hope movies, My Favorite Brunette (1947). In this scene, Hope (as baby photographer Ronny Jackson) is trying to talk his neighbor Alan Ladd (private eye Sam McCloud) into letting him be his partner.

3 comments:

bingbing said...

And what better snack food for that delicious movie, than a Tom n' Tom's pretzel?

You Yanks love pretzels, right?

I tried this one yesterday.

It's a pepperoni cheese pretzel... not at all like pizza.

http://www.hungrygowhere.com/singapore/tom_n_toms_coffee_far_east_plaza/reviews/

Third post down, second pic.

Just in case you missed it.

http://www.hungrygowhere.com/include/resize1.php?width=300&height=225&filename=../review_photo/26904.jpg

I had it with the featured mariana sauce, too. Yum yums!

And it's not like pizza at all. No siree!

Now, food is set, so get that clip working!

bruce said...

One of my favourite Bob Hope movies too, Paco. Still haven't quite got what Alan Ladd was doing in there though - the man who tackled Sophia Loren to the ground in Boy on a Dolphin, aaaah...

Paco said...

Bruce: Alan Ladd appeared in several noir classics, including This Gun for Hire and The Blue Dahlia.