Well folks it's time to get back to the salt mine and forget about all this holiday frivolity. We need to get down to the serious stuff our weekly installment of Movie Clip Wednesday, hosted by Milk River Madman If you wish to play. Post a clip on your site. Try to make it 3 minutes or less, then stop by MRM's site say I'm up, with the title of your movie. You can also see who else is playing. And find some very interesting and differing perspectives on a single topic. The topic for this week: Best movie from the 1950s. There are so many good ones I found myself careening around you-tube and wasted entirely too much time watching clip after clip. I also realize that I've posted several of my favorites already. The Day the Earth Stood Still and Creature from the Black Lagoon to name a couple. I thought about The Blob, a great movie with Steve Mcqueen. Then there was Mr. Roberts (nope Buzz just used this one) or Bridge over the River Kwai and Strategic Air Command. Well you see what I mean, I had to choose something. Then I thought of musicals, the problem there are so many good ones. Brigadoon, The King and I and Singin' in the Rain, all favorites of mine. Anyway I can see your getting bored. So here it is Seven Brides for Seven brothers. A 1954 musical starring Howard Keel and Jane Powell. It was nominated for best picture. The dance numbers are hard to beat and this one became famous for its humor and excellent choreography. Please enjoy the dance at the barn raising.