Sunday, October 25, 2009

1960 Magazine Ad - Song Without End


This movie came out in 1960, and was heralded for its fantastic musical score. It follows the life of Franz Liszt, renowned 18th century musician/pianist/composer. The movie won an Academy Award and a Golden Globe Award.

This ad was amongst the clippings I found at my storage unit on top of the recycle bin.

More to come!

8 comments:

Beth Niquette said...

Oh, Sissy! It is hard to believe someone was going to just throw this stuff out--I wonder what the story is?

In the meantime, reading your blog with these ads and pictures is totally fascinating!

Lois said...

I had no idea that Franz Liszt was such a character! This is a great find.

sm said...

like the old pics and history.

Nina P. said...

Hanging on to a piece of History! My brother has old adds and playbills from various musicals and plays he's been too. These will never come around again. Thank you for finding them and sharing them with us. Blessings to you and yours. Love and Light, Nina P

lancelonie said...

Collector's item. It might worth a lot! :)

Terry said...

What a fabulous post !
Blessings to you for a quick recovery .
Missing you a lot .
Big hugs

Carole said...

cool ad!

In regards to that candy wreath, I bet it was pretty, even if it was work!

Thank goodness it's warmer. Who would have ever thought that 32 degrees could be so balmy? lol

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