On the left, Wallace Beery, one of my faves.
And look how young Robert "Father Knows Best" Young looks.
I was wondering why this sounded familiar, and I realized that the title is reminiscent of Heart's Dreamboat Annie.
Saw the film last night and wish they had showed more of Seattle in it. Lots of shots of Seattle in the far background, but nothing of the Market or Pioneer Square.
Filmed on location in Hell.
Speaking of dreamboat Annie...
.....from the Heart camp:
Heart on Television ~
HD Net - Legendary Albums Live ~ Dreamboat Annie. (check your local cable listings)
For the very first time ever, Heart performed the Dreamboat Annie album track by track in front of a live audience (taped in Los Angeles) at the Orpheum Theater. This amazing performance will be released on DVD later in the year.
VH1 Rock Honors ~ Vh1 honored Heart, along with Ozzy Osborne, ZZ Top and Genesis at a start studded event at the Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas, Nevada. Tune in to VH1 or to vh1.com to check out special tribute performances by Alice In Chains (with Gretchen Wilson) and appearances by Cameron Diaz, Robin Williams, Jada Pinkett Smith, Bam Magera (with Ape & Phil), Criss Angel and many others.
EMP's Board of Directors (in Seattle) awarded Heart with the Founders Award, for outstanding contribution to music.
Solo album-- Ann Wilson - "Hope & Glory" will be released on Rounder (Zoe) Records on September 11th, 2007. This is an album of songs that have a message of social conscience. The album features additional performances by many amazing artists.
1. Goodbye Blue Sky ~ featuring Nancy Wilson
2. Where to now St. Peter ~ written by Elton John & Bernie Taupin, featuring Elton John
3. Jackson ~ featuring k d Lang
4. We Gotta Get Out of This Place ~ featuring Wynona
5. Immigrant Song
6. Darkness, Darkness ~ featuring Nancy Wilson
7. Bad Moon Rising ~ featuring Gretchen Wilson
8. War of Man ~ featuring Allison Krauss
9. Get Together ~ featuring Nancy Wilson, Deana Carter & Wynona
11. Hard Rain's A Gonna Fall ~ featuring Rufus Wainwright & Shawn Colvin
12. Little Problems, Little Lies
"I had never before seen a movie or play with the name 'Annie' in the title."
You managed to avoid seeing "Annie Hall?"
1) Marie Dressler died a year after Tugboat Annie was released.
2) according to imdb, the film was titled Alkohol (in Austria), Cuori in burasca (in Italy), and Hinaajan kannella (in Finland). Alkohol!
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