The Hills are Alive!

Happy 52nd Anniversary to one of my favorite movies of all time – The Sound of Music!

The Sound of Music was released in the United States on April 1, 1965!

To celebrate here is my favorite funny crochet meme of all time!

 

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I know how to solve a problem like Maria – hand her a crochet hook, a pile of yarn and let her have at it making ‘play clothes’ for all those children!!

Thanks for reading!!

~ Tami

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15 responses to “The Hills are Alive!

  1. This is SUCH a great photo caption. And I also love the Sound of Music. I think the seeming chemistry between the two love interests – it gets me every time. I have read the Christopher Plummer scoffs at the movie every chance he gets, but his terrific acting chops make it such a memorable experience. And Julie Andrews as well! My favorite scene: the “Austrian dance” where Capt. Von Trapp and Maria dance to demonstrate to the children. Sizzle! 🙂

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  2. HaHa! That would make the movie rather longer, I think! In the UK it is kind of a running joke that The Sound of Music is on the BBC every Christmas, it is a bit passé etc etc. I hadn’t seen the film for absolutely years (although I was taken to the cinema to see it as a kid). Anyway, about 4-5 years ago I decided to actually sit and watch it and I loved it! Now it is a seasonal institution.

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    • I didn’t see this movie until I was an adult! I would have loved to see this when I was little. I can imagine myself pretending to be Maria, dancing around in my backyard!! I know it’s a campy film but I just adore every cheesy bit of it!! 😀

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      • Oh yes, I love Doris Day, old musicals with Frank Sinatra or Gene Kelly, Grace Kelly, Cary Grant…and I have done since I was a teenager and it was really NOT cool! Don’t care though!

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