I love The Monkees

"Would you take my hand, it gives me a feeling of security."

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borntolovenez:

Screencaps from a promo trailer for “Boyce & Hart: The Guys Who Wrote ‘Em,” a feature length documentary. Andrew Sandoval (co-writer/co-producer) will be at the Bell House in Brooklyn on March 16 with Bobby Hart and director Rachel Lichtman for a combo fund-raiser/sneak preview of the film. Seems there’s going to be some special guests there as well…… Gee, I wonder who….? :D Anyway, you can see the trailer at the link below:

http://vimeo.com/73430588

And get your $15 tickets to see the preview via this link:

www.thebellhouseny.com

Love the Monkees — support the arts! :D

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yoursunnygirlfriend:

TUMBLR MONKEES AWARDS 2014: DAY 10, PART 2
Funniest Monkee: Mike “to-keep-the-wind-off-me” Nesmith
Obviously, all the guys are funny!  Just in very different ways.  Micky was great at physical comedy and had a wonderful quirkiness about him.  Davy was hilarious in his own cheeky British way.  Peter plays the (adorable) fool amazingly well, and I love it when he lets his intelligence shine through.
To me, though, it’s Mike’s seemingly effortless wit that makes him the funniest.  He has perfect timing and delivery, and is a master at improv.  I especially love his interview responses!  

yoursunnygirlfriend:

TUMBLR MONKEES AWARDS 2014: DAY 10, PART 2

Funniest Monkee: Mike “to-keep-the-wind-off-me” Nesmith

Obviously, all the guys are funny!  Just in very different ways.  Micky was great at physical comedy and had a wonderful quirkiness about him.  Davy was hilarious in his own cheeky British way.  Peter plays the (adorable) fool amazingly well, and I love it when he lets his intelligence shine through.

To me, though, it’s Mike’s seemingly effortless wit that makes him the funniest.  He has perfect timing and delivery, and is a master at improv.  I especially love his interview responses!  

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