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From the 1958 film version of SOUTH PACIFIC
Pacific is Happy! When Pharrell Williams invited people around the world to use his song "Happy" in their own music videos, University of the Pacific took him up on the offer. Engineering major Davin Kaing is the creative force behind the Pacific Happy video. With a team of student videographers, Davin captured Pacific students, staff — and a certain cat -- dancing in a fountain, on desks, in the library and throughout the campus.
Just finished watching part one... this was an enjoyable scene
Anna May Wong Woman's Honor -Juanita Hall and France Nuyen - If you don't have a dream, how you gonna have a dream come true? France Nuyen (young girl), after Anna May Wong, was the second major Asian actress (35 years later) to become a star in Hollywood, she was a tremendous success opposite William Shatner in the title role of a prostitute in "The World of Suzie Wong" on Broadway in 1958. She had to learn her lines phonetically. She began shooting the film version when she was suddenly replaced by producer Ray Stark by Nancy Kwan.(IMDB)
Hi Everyone! Here is part 2 of our awesome panama canal crossing. We make it to the Pacific and prepare to hand off the boat for a trip up to California. Remember some videos aren't available to be viewed unless on a PC or Mac, or laptop. IOS devices are blocked on some of the videos so if there is something you cant see try a computer.
2016 I took a plane from Vienna, Austria to California to hike the Pacific Crest Trail - a 2650 miles footpath from Mexico to Canada. This is my 5 month journey - with all ups and downs. please also check my Q & A about this video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HSL4pAgr2EI Shot on Sony A7. Playlist: Born To Become by Maya Johanna Deer Dance by Ian Post Ha Na's Lullaby by Andrew Kozar Call on Me by Kick Lee Intro by Ian Locke Love by Ben Winwood Instagram: pjotre
00:00 "South Pacific Overture" 03:01 "Dites-moi" 04:19 "A Cockeyed Optimist" 06:02 "Twin Soliloquies/Some Enchanted Evening" 11:54 "Bloody Mary" 13:49 "My Girl Back Home" 15:29 "There Is Nothin' Like a Dame" 19:19 "Bali Ha'i" 23:01 "I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair" 25:55 "I'm in Love with a Wonderful Guy" 29:18 "Younger Than Springtime" 34:15 "Happy Talk" 37:59 "Honey Bun" 39:45 "You've Got to Be Carefully Taught" 41:00 "This Nearly Was Mine" 43:09 "Finale"
We left La Paz (mexico) on march 6th, boat full of stores and ready for our second attempt at offshore sailing! Our destination? Nuku Hiva in the Marquesas. Many things happened on the way, our autopilot died, we learned how to use the wind vane, rekka got slapped by a flying fish, we saw a lone orca whale etc We traveled ~2800nm in 28 days, and now finally, we can relax. We are very happy to be here. If you like what we do please like our video and suscribe to our channel! Help us document our travels by supporting us on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/100 Find out more about the project http://100r.co Download the soundtrack https://aliceffekt.bandcamp.com/album/hundred-rabbits End track Purity ring - Sea castle
Even though Juanita Hall sang in close to 900 performances of "South Pacific" on Broadway, according to vocal arranger Ken Darby her voice had taken on a much heavier tone by 1957 and she was having trouble sustaining high notes. Music director Alfred Newman thought that it was unnecessary to dub her and asked Ken to work with Hall on smoothing out her voice to a level and vocal style that Richard Rodgers would approve. By the time of the recording sessions she was singing better than she had in the original 1949 stage production, but even though she achieved a vocal quality closer to what Rodgers preferred, Rodgers was enamored with and always preferred Muriel Smith's voice (Smith played Bloody Mary in the London production). It was at his insistence that Hall's vocals were dubbed. No ...
Taken from the movie version.Music was written by Richard Rodgers, the lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II. It was sung by Bloody Mary to her daughter, Liat, about having a happy life. South Pacific was shot in the Hawaiian Islands, with shots of the tropical Tioman Island off Malaysia's south east coast. In June 1982, The Damned's guitarist Captain Sensible scored a #1 single on the UK singles chart for two weeks with his version of the song. Honey Bun at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IYEdezKgbrk
From the CD Happy Sad I was lost without a song without a melody You came into my hotel life You made my room a home Ah now, mama, don't you know what you done Ah, you made the sunshine in the city Oh, you warmed my heart You changed an old man filled with pity Back to a child again Ah now, mama, can't you see what you done So tell me darlin' if the feeling's wrong Don't waste another day Lord, the saddest thing I've ever known Was to watch it die away Ah now, mama, don't you lie don't you lie Oh, how can my giving find the rhythm and the time of you Unless you sing your songs to me The smell of your sweet skin does entangle my dream Oh may I stand here awhile living your smile Oh, how could you ever know what you've done You warmed my heart when I was so all alone But all I have to g...
This Canadian Pacific travelogue film from 1948 show the departure on the Empress of England from an unidentified harbour, bound for Liverpool, England. Glimpses of Montreal and Québec City. Shipboard activities during the voyage to England. Shots on the harbour from the ship upon arrival; disembarkation. Sequence on tour of the British Isles, Glasgow, Edinburgh and London. This film is part of the Periscope Film LLC archive, one of the largest historic military, transportation, and aviation stock footage collections in the USA. Entirely film backed, this material is available for licensing in 24p HD. For more information visit http://www.PeriscopeFilm.com