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Enjoy, Hanne! :-)))
Thanks Pat, I'm "on" the big one!!
That's so funny, Kathy!!! LOL! I watched some of the Busby Berkeley movies when they started to appear on TV; they were quite the extravaganza! I hope you enjoy the bigger version--I was quite content for now to do the goldi-monster I made, and bookmark this! :-)))
Well I'm the kathy-come-lately today but that's not a damper on my fun! I'm with everyone on this one! Like whatnauts, I googled Berkely, thought the name was familiar - so glad I checked it out!You are indeed knocking it out of the park today, Pat!Watched lots of Ed Sullivan in the day. My favorite Ed Sullivan story is of my great-grandma watching Elvis on the 'shew' - the waist up version of course - and she shouted out "Lord that boy is having a spell!!!" (born & raised on a North Alabama farm)I knew Ms Aishah would ask for a biggie, and I was right - just bookmarked it, on my way there now.
Oh, lordy, what have I unleashed on an unsuspecting public this time?!!! You all know how to put on a really good "shew" yourselves, don't you?! I don't know what's in the tea (tadpole wine, perchance), but I think you've all been nipping at it, and I'd enjoy a sip or two myself right now! Thanks, Ardy, Lela, whatnauts, Wendy, and Mandy! :-)))
Brilliant - I see a very bright pink something with slanting eyes, wearing the most enormous head-gear in turquoise and purple. The cat has a yellow bow at its neck, and pink "arms" and green "legs" and is wearing orangey shoes!!! It's wearing some sort of floaty scarf in blue!! LOL - I'm not sure what is in my tea!!!
Pat, you are ON A ROLL today! HOLY COW! This is FANTASTIC!
I googled Busby Berkeley when I saw the title. If I would have have opened this page first, it would have been unnecessary :))) I see three wrapped candies surrounded by lots of stars. Thanks, PD.
I take it that this is the version that is not underwater................
Never watched Ed Sullivan much but remember his "Really big shew" bit. I see green faces in black masks, open mouths, and blue hair. Fun puzzle, Pat. Thanks.
http://www.jigidi.com/created.php?id=2DORTW5NHave fun!Yes, these are the same stars--but they're not riled up, they're dancing, albeit a bit exuberantly I suppose...! I think they're just happy to be set free for a while. :-)))
Are these the friendly little stars from yesterday. They seem somehow riled up today and congregating as if in protest. Lots of fun as always, thanks Pat.
Ooohhh, I like this one too. Could I have this one in a larger version too. Please!
Thanks, roseheather! I wondered if the reference might be too outdated, so I'm glad you enjoyed it! I grew up watching the Ed Sullivan Show, with synchronized swirling dancers making patterns lying on the floor, with the camera perched above them, and it reminded me of those, too. :-)))
Love the title! I can see his group performing now! Esther Williams and the others. ; )