Monday, 6 October 2008

Mute Monday: G is for... Gene




































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15 comments:

ThursdayNext said...

I love this interpretation. Gene Wilder is a favorite of mine..."Its Frankensteeeeeen"!

Southern Sage said...

Love Gene Autry!!!

Osbasso said...

Mr. Roddenberry was certainly a visionary!

scarlet-blue said...

Now I've gone all silly . . . 'Life on Mars' clip and Gene Genie . . . superb way to start the day . . .
Sx

Jennybean said...

Deffinatly a Gene Autry fan here.. love all the singing cowboys and their horses (isn't Champin a beauty!)

Also, a volleger roomate and I were always going to write Gene Simmons and see if he can lick his elbow. We figured if anyone could it's him!

having my cake said...

Thursday/Sage - My fave is the Gene Kelly clip :)

Os - He was! St Gene x

Scarlet - I know, it shouldnt work... but it does :)

Jennyb - I was actually amazed at how many famous Genes there are!

Gypsy said...

I've always loved Gene Wilder. One of the funniest movies I've ever seen him in was Stir Crazy with Richard Pryor. Something about his character reminded me of my Dad. I think it's the big blue eyes.

Happy Mute Monday Ms Cake.

Kate said...

All my Favorites! Especially Mr Kelly and his infamous rain dance! Happy MM!

Bear said...

Wonderful... another Gene I like is Bowie's Gene Genie.

Happy MM.

moi said...

Very clever and cool, especially Bowie :o). Happy Mute Monday!

The Troll said...

Really excellent assortment. Will watch vids later. Happy Mute Monday!

Gypsy said...

I forgot to say how much I loved the Gene Kelly, Snging in the Rain clip. What a classic!

The Java Junkie said...

Absolutely love it! Gene Wilder is my all time favorite, too! Happy MM!

Mr. Nighttime said...

"ALL RIGHT, POPEYE'S HERE!"

"The French Connection," on of my all time favs. I just put it into my Netflix queue, thanks for that!

aka k said...

Ashes to Ashes was a great series, DCI Gene Hunt a great character and the Audi Quattro a great car, and loads of great music throughout the series, including Gene Genie, of course (or was that in Life on Mars?).