A-Z Musicals: B



Thanks to people for hosting this A-Z Blog Challenge. To find out more about it, go here. My theme for this splendiferousness is:

A-Z MUSICALS!

Today it's Blue Hawaii. Because who doesn't need a little Elvis in their lives?



I admit, it's been years since I've seen this. But it definitely fits in with those 1960's beach films. Plus, I recall talk of pineapple, and I'm hearing the theme song in my head right now...


Any B musicals you love?

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Cortney

10 comments

Cherie Reich said...

I've seen part of Elvis's Blue Hawaii. When I think of "B" musicals, the first one that comes to mind is Bye, Bye Birdie. Of course, it helps I was in that one back in high school.

Keith's ramblings said...

You've set yourself quite challenge here! My fave begins with W next fave R then M! Can't wait for X and Z!

Nick Wilford said...

I don't know much about musicals, but I know Elvis starred in a lot of 'em! BTW, your cover is beautiful.

sarahmccabemythopoet said...

The first one I think of is Bye, Bye Birdie, which has an Elvis-like character in it.

T. D. Harvey said...

Yeah, Bye Bye Birdie is the only one I can think of. Congratulations on your release :)

T. D. Harvey said...

Yeah, Bye Bye Birdie is the only one I can think of. Congratulations on your release :)

Tyrean Martinson said...

I haven't seen that one since I was a kid, home from school with an ear infection. Great addition to your topic!
Musicals I like: Oklahoma, Singin' in the Rain, Phantom of the Opera . . . okay, I could just keep going so I'll stop. :)

Susan Gourley/Kelley said...

I haven't seen that movie in so long. Probably back when I was really little and my older sisters were in love with Elvis.

Michael Williams said...

Hey Cortney, I share your nerdiness! Love what you're doing. Greetings from northern Scotland.

djinnia said...

This is my favorite Elvis movies. Angela Landsbury is hilarious in it.

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