Monday, 28 March 2011

room wanted... giveaway

read in a 1940's english accent





the giveaway - the rules
to enter - leave a comment and tell me your favourite old film
(just being nosey)

for a second entry - add the button to your sidebar or mention the giveaway with a picture in a post on your blog, leave a second comment and tell me you've done this.


Mr and Mrs have up to date passports and don't get travel sick.
I give them a mostly good reference, she talks, and talks, and talks, and he has an eye for the ladies.
I'll draw a winner on 12th April 2pm, UK time.

If you can't wait until then, you can buy their neighbours here.

x

* giveaway now closed - a day early, sorry, something has come up!
- thanks for entering *

8 comments:

  1. Please miss I really love buster Keyton films and Harold LLoyd films. I miss the fact that they aren't on tv in the early evenings any more like what they were in the 1980's. I also very much so extremely love "To Kill a Mocking Bird' and "Some like it hot".

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  2. ooh ooh...i was going to say "some like it hot" too! I used to love watching the St trinian's too ..that used to be on a fri evening on BBC2!...oooh or how about "monkey magic"...now that was a classic.... :)x

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  3. I love these - too funny! My favourite old film:
    Calamity Jane with the gorgeous Doris Day. xx

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  4. Ah bless her - the trauma of it all! My favourite film ever is an oldie - It's a Wonderful Life. Best watched near Christmas time, with a box of tissues close by!

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  5. If I could watch any old b&w film right now it would be a Miss Marple with Margaret Rutherford. So many good films to choose from but I'd go for that one today.
    Love the tash!!
    xx

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  6. My absolute favourite film in the whole entire world is Roman Holiday with the stunning Audrey Hepburn and the drop-dead gorgeous I wish he was still alive and young and I would want to marry him Gregory Peck.

    And then my second favourite film is The Goonies! Which I thought wasn't that old but actually it's probably like 25 years old now?!

    X

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  7. Oh my, what an adventure!
    Too many old movies to love. Cool Hand Luke, A Lion in Winter, A place in the sun...I could go on.

    I absolutely love the stitching in the last post!

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  8. your post really made me smile!
    I'm going to go for all out uncool status and say Girls just wanna have fun with Sarah Jessica Parker- i knew all the moves when I was 8. That'd cheer up any blue day with its ridiculousness xx

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