Thursday, February 04, 2010

Terpsichory

This is too sweet for words: two masters at work.

10 comments:

savannah said...

absolutely too delightful for words, sugarpie! xoxoxo

willow said...

I always wanted to yodel. Thanks for the smiles! Btw, what is terpsichory?

Pat said...

That was sweet. As a child I didn't like it when Ollie hit Stan and he did it a lot.
I've got a blind spot about Charlot too. I admire him but don't find him funny.

Lulu LaBonne said...

Brokeback Mountain it isn't!

Gadjo Dilo said...

Ah, I recently got a load of L & H films - including this one - for me and Mrs D. to watch and was amazed at the sheer slowness of their comedy. It works though :-)

Kevin Musgrove said...

savannah: glad you liked it

willow: I'm sure they'll let you if you ask them. Terpsichory = dancing.

Pat: there was a lot of child-like fighting between them, and it went both ways.

I'm with you on Charlot.

Lulu: it's quite fey in its way, though.

Gadjo: precisely so. Even the mayhem scenes unfold like slow poetry.

Major Tom D'Omo said...

Thank you, Kev. That took me back to a very nice time and place. As John Cleese said, "I delight in the manifestation of the terpsichorean muse"

Madame DeFarge said...

Much what M. DeFarge and I do every weekend, as you can imagine.

Kevin Musgrove said...

Madame DeF: it must be a bit like a busman's holiday after the usual working week.

Kevin Musgrove said...

Tom: sorry old boy, missed your comment. Glad you liked it.