Unskilled laborers could work only 30 hours per week. The Restoration of Rome: Putting my camera's low-light modes to the test: The Huckleberry Railroad takes one on a half-hour-plus ride through illuminations and here's one of the pictures that came out, Santa dropping at least one present on the way.
There's numbered lights for all the Days and half the time the train goes from 1 up to 12, and the other half from 12 down to 1, while the full song plays on the speakers. One of the handful of other 12 Days Of Christmas displays with a photograph that turned out: I'm really sorry the calling birds didn't come out; I'll try harder this year. We slept in as late as we could Tuesday. It wasn't very late, because we had to check out, of course.
Maybe we could have gotten late checkout, but…. Li'l Phantom, if I haven't counted wrong, was my th distinct roller coaster.
Given the ones I'm confident I rode. For example, I likely rode…. Something I never did, as a kid, at amusement parks: I guess I never had the spare cash for games like that, and if I did I'd rather…. I think the first roller coaster….
It's always dangerous to bring a friend to something special. The radio by his bed is playing the title song, and the annoyed Foxy smashes the radio with a bedpost upon hearing it.
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His first appearance has a hilarious sales pitch to a young couple. Not only is it very funny but it resonates even more strongly as credit-starved customers pass customer-deprived American dealerships today. Just picture an SUV rather than a Winnebago.
Ya have to admit it's a heck of a safe feeling knowing you're sleeping on top of 50 gallons of gas. As might be expected it is Melanie's bod that is used to touch off a small scandal and crisis in the pageant. The other outstanding performance is given by Maria O'Brien. She plays the first Mexican-American contestant ever to participate in the pageant. It is a wonderful performance that would probably not be allowed today; just as Dern's Arab pitch would not.
O'Brien's Hispanic-American pageant act is wonderfully cynical. Her bullying of the stagehand reveals the ruthless competitor behind the cheery, smiling face. Her character's cynicism foredooms her to the worst fate in the competition, of course, but O'Brien has already set the character up perfectly for the fall. The pageant talent competition, interspersed throughout the movie, is right on the money and straight at your funny bone.
The ending is maudlin as the viewer is sledge-hammered with Bruce Dern's questioning look of "What's it all about, Alfie? There is just no need for writers, directors, and producers to try to have it both ways. Jerry Belson, who wrote the movie, was one of the inventors of the "moment" in TV comedy. The "moment" takes place when during all the comic backstabbing and cutthroat competition everyone seems to stop and, completely out of character, utter mushy, maudlin sentiments. Belson and Garry Marshall employed this technique in countless "Happy Days" episodes.
It remains a plague of good comedy to this day. Had they stuck to the clever, insightful satire, this would be a five star movie.
It is still well worth a watch.