29 Jan 2011

FOR PETE'S SAKE ......

Inspired by this MOVIE SOUNDTRACK POST on Kelly's Thoughts And Ramblings blog I thought I'd share one of my favourite clips from the film O Brother Where Art Thou?

"THEY LOVED HIM UP AND TURNED HIM INTO A HORNY TOAD!"

15 comments:

Misha said...

For some reason, the video refuses to load for me.
I have not watched this movie but heard that it's good.

dr.antony said...

That was a good clip.An irresistible urge to see that movie now.

susan s. said...

Absolutely my favorite movie!

Suko said...

Now I want to see this film!

Oddyoddyo13 said...

I've never seen that movie before....but I'm sure wondering what was going on!

Kelly said...

Despite the fact this is one of my husband's favorites, I've never sat down and watched it from start to finish. That doesn't mean I can't sing along with alot of the music, though! Thanks for the link. :)

tattytiara said...

Brilliant movie.

Nikki-ann said...

Oh, I've not seen O Brother Where Art Thou? for ages. I've got the soundtrack on CD somewhere too!

joan said...

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The Golden Eagle said...

I've never seen this movie, but I'm intrigued to know what's going on!

Suzanne Jones said...

I haven't seen the film, but I'll make sure I watch it now.

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susan s. said...

This movie is based on the tale of Ulysses. Set in the American South in Mississippi, it includes many elements and characters of Homer's "The Odyssey".. There was a bent in the South toward Greek Revivalism in the 1850s up thru the early 1900s. Many men and women were named Greek names. The main character, played by George Clooney was called Ulysses Everett McGill. The governor of Mississippi was called Menelaus "Pappy" O'Daniel. It is full of old timey Country Music and some early Blues performed by local musicians and choirs. It is truly a wonderful movie.

naida said...

This is one of my favorites! I love it.

GMR said...

Egads! I've never seen this film before...but I have heard bits from the soundtrack when it first came out. Caused quite a stir. Will have to add to my "need to watch" list. Thanks for the share!

Bad Alice said...

This is one of my favorite scenes, too, and I love the music. The Man of Constant Sorrow is another favorite song from the film.