Monday, July 23, 2007

ATTACK OF THE PUPPET PEOPLE - Marlene Willis - "You're My Living Doll" (1958)

It's 1958, a time of giants & small people in Bert I. Gordon's world, but whether big or small, Albert Glasser would be called in to do the score again. This time from "Attack Of The Puppet People" we get Marlene Willis doing quite a remarkable job of singing this cute little tune despite the fact that she's teeny tiny & a crazy person is about to do whatever they want with her, but somehow here's "You're My Living Doll." The Irony of it all!! The lead-in is some swinging dance music.

1 comment:

Greg Goodsell said...

For more Lilliputian madness, go check out Tod Browning's 1936 mind bender DEVIL DOLL!

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