Weekly Photo Challenge and Dance Around Friday Beyond The Blue Horizon

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Then infinite blue horizon and Golden Gate Bridge

‘Beyond The Blue Horizon’ – The Hit Paraders starring Snooky Lanson, Russell Arms, Dorothy Collins, and Gisèle MacKenzie.

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14 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge and Dance Around Friday Beyond The Blue Horizon

  1. Now Carol, do you remember “The Hit Parade” on television?? I was pretty young and do remember it, but you would even be younger. Of course our folks watched it EVERY week. Again, that was the “good old days” wasn’t it. So many good shows!!

    Neal

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  8. Carol, that is quintessential 1950’s television music! I also remember the Beatles on Ed Sullivan; my father couldn’t stand the ES show so I watched them on the little TV in my parents’ bedroom. Good thing too, since I was so excited that I jumped up and down and cried 🙂

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    • That is a flash from the past…I can just see you jumping and crying! I have a whole story about going to watch the Beatles on Ed Sullivan’s Show in an Edsel with Bernadine Maybe that should be a Dance Around Friday…Hmmm?

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