Solving The EU Question With Musical Comedy

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Being the sort of impartial chap who regards the looming possible Brexit with all the contempt I hold for Nigel Farage and his Little Englanders, and the kind of bakelite-sniffing nostalgists beloved by the Daily Telegraph, a newspaper that preached appeasement with Hitler, I thought we’d solve this urgent political question with the aid of a splashy song and dance number. Well, perhaps not solve it exactly.

Kaye Ballard and blonde pinhead Jane Powell work out ‘Where Are You From?’ Why? Because the sun’s out, I’m writing up a storm,  the blog just passed 4,000 posts and right now everything else seems, for a few minutes at least, forgiveable. Amazingly, this is not the campest number in the film.

3 comments on “Solving The EU Question With Musical Comedy”

  1. admin says:

    For the first time ever in the history of this blog I managed to clear the comments slot entirely. I should run more bizarre musical numbers.

  2. Helen Martin says:

    Hah! I didn’t see it until today – June 1st. That was the most bizarre excuse for a dance number I’ve come across.

  3. Wayne Mook says:

    Splendid, do you think they got Rocky’s last name from this?

    I love it when she dips here toe in the water to test it and she’s still wearing shoes.

    Wayne.

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