Note: This is from Fiddler on the Roof (1971) and this is pretty much the end of the fun, as I remember!!
Saw this the other morning, and that dust kickin' still gives me the goosebumps....
Ya know, I have never watched this all the way through. Why is that, I loved it?? Sounds like it'll be take-out and a movie for Friday night. Thanks!
I love this movie...right up to this scene. It's just after this wedding that things start to fall apart for Tevye and family. But I told my daughter this is what her wedding will be like.B~
Remember, Missy...it has some heavy Tsarist themes.
Like Bruce just said......
I, too, have never watched it all the way through. In fact, I've never made it past Tevye and the singing of "Tradition" at the beginning of the film. Might have to give it another shot.
Now guys I obviously haven't lived, what is this film????!Sure looks like fun!
Just noticed the name of the film on your post, must have missed it!(hassled mother!!)but no I've never seen it,the film I just love is Mary poppins!
No, Helen...I just added that because I neglected to put the film name when I posted it! It's the bottle dance from FOTR!! :-)
Sorry Karen that was me getting in a muddle!So I'm not going crazy after all!?Ok perhaps a little!!Tee Hee!
hey, crazy is good! :-)
That is a very good scene. I have seen the whole movie more than once but it has been too long ago for me to remember much detail.I recommend it to all who haven't seen it and to those that have... enjoy it again.I've been to one Jewish wedding. It was not only a lot of fun, it was also dangerous. They paraded around holding a chair above their heads with the bridegroom in the chair and the bride and their elderly parents - one at a time, of course - it was a chair not a couch.
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