Retrovision

Bring back the good old days.
Elvis Presley

—That's All Right

thewonderofelvis:

On July 5, 1954, 58 years ago today, Elvis recorded his first hit, That’s All Right at Sun Studios, with Scotty Moore playing the guitar, and Bill Black on bass.

This commercial makes me want to buy a Chevy.  Ahh, the good old days when people would not only buy American but say how great our country was in advertising…

vintage-visuals:

Andy Griffith sings TV Show Theme Song.


Well, now, take down your fishin’ pole and meet me at The Fishin’ Hole, 
We may not get a bite all day, but don’t you rush away. 

What a great place to rest your bones and mighty fine for skippin’ stones, 
You’ll feel fresh as a lemonade, a-settin’ in the shade. 

Whether it’s hot, whether it’s cool, oh what a spot for whistlin’ like a fool. 

What a fine day to take a stroll and wander by The Fishin’ Hole, 
I can’t think of a better way to pass the time o’ day. 

We’ll have no need to call the roll when we get to The Fishin’ Hole, 
There’ll be you, me, and Old Dog Trey, to doodle time away. 

If we don’t hook a perch or bass, we’ll cool our toes in dewy grass, 
Or else pull up a weed to chaw, and maybe set and jaw. 

Hangin’ around, takin’ our ease, watchin’ that hound a-scratchin’ at his fleas. 

Come on, take down your fishin’ pole and meet me at The Fishin’ Hole, 
I can’t think of a better way to pass the time o’ day.

Music by Earle Hagen & Herbert W. Spencer 
Words by Everett Sloane

(Source: youtube.com)

Nothing like a man in uniform…

Nothing like a man in uniform…

Happy anniversary, Ann-Margret and Roger Smith.  45 years is practically a record in Hollywood!

Happy anniversary, Ann-Margret and Roger Smith.  45 years is practically a record in Hollywood!

Has anyone ever noticed how much little Ted Kennedy looks like Beaver Cleaver? 

My all-time favorite movie. 

maybelletea:

Favorite Movies The Sound of Music (1965)

You are the twelfth in a long line of governesses who have come here to look after my children since their mother died. I trust you will be an improvement on the last one. She stayed only two hours.

(Source: maybellelatte)

Happy birthday, Ann-Margret! Still sizzling at 71!