WiNNER! Milk Cow Kitchen Giveaway #4 of 5

And the winner of the fourth of five Milk Cow Kitchen books I’m giving away

milk-cow-kitchen_1070 is … mia_giveaway-2333 Nancy Couden, who wrote on May 15, 2014: “My cow’s name would be Mammie. I want a Dutch Belted. My mother’s mom was Pennsylvania Dutch and we called her Mammie. I’d make buttermilk, buckwheat waffles with blueberries, bananas, walnuts, and plenty of maple syrup.” Watch for an e-mail from the farm, Nancy. Congratulations!

  1. Winnie Nielsen says:

    Love these names for future backyard cows!

  2. Dolly says:

    Congratulations to Nancy!

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WINNER! Milk Cow Kitchen Giveaway #3 of 5

And the winner of the third of five Milk Cow Kitchen books I’m giving away

milk-cow-kitchen_1070 is … mia_giveaway-2335 Jill G., who wrote on May 15, 2014: “I would name my cow Franny, because I just met the most wonderful woman of the same name. She is 85 and she volunteers to mentor teens. And, I would drink my first cup of milk warm from the cow!” Watch for an e-mail from the farm, Jill. Congratulations!

  1. Winnie Nielsen says:

    Congratulations Jill! Each day, I am reading it word by word and loving learning about all the information. This book truly is a beginners manual of all the basics one should know and look out for with the set up of a backyard cow.

    By the way Mary Jane, I realized on the page about making butter that I could do that right now with a butter churner of sorts. Last night I was lost in link after link of Ebay options and store options. I am not sure if I should purchase a new one that I know I can use or risk a vintage one I can’t really look at first. Do you think the vintage ones with wooden paddles would still be a good choice? There are some adorable depression glass ones in colors that immediately caught my attention.

    • MaryJane says:

      You’re welcome to send me links and I can take a look. Main thing is to avoid aluminum paddles or a churn that might have rusty parts that the butter would touch. I love my vintage churns that are fully functional. Lehman’s has one modeled after the wooden churns. Good luck! Soon you’ll be meemawing it on your Florida porch. I know you have the frock already.

      • Winnie Nielsen says:

        Thanks Mary Jane. These are good points I never considered as I was so enamored with the look of the churner and the entire idea. Lehman’s is really the best choice for a new one but at $149 I was wondering if I would really use it enough to warrant the investment. Most likely yes. I guess the best idea is to try your jar and marble idea, taste the difference, and then decide if I would use the new one. The problem with Ebay is purchasing sight unseen, which is fine for collectibles , but for real use, some cutie might be full of rust, aluminum or who knows what else. Meemawing on the Florida porch reminds me that someone on the connection made your Bug Off bar from the Outpost book. Is is possible for you to do another post with this recipe? Meemawing on the Florida porch gets dicey in the early am and evening. There is a joke down here that the state flower is mold the state bird is the mosquito. Sad but true!

        • MaryJane says:

          Heehaw meemaw, mold and mosquitoes!!!! Stay inside and make better butter (free of the dreaded M&M). Watch for the June issue of MJF Sister Issue for bug-off bar recipe. Good idea!

          • Winnie Nielsen says:

            Good idea!Thanks for giving us the bug off bar recipe in June. I for one will use it till November!!! And one more thing, I finished reading your cow book this afternoon. It was wonderful, insightful, informational, and packed with so many wonderful recipes and related cow ideas. Thank-you for all of your hard work! I wrote down a list of things to try and now comes the fun part of trying them out.

  2. Cheryl Moser says:

    LOOOOVVVVEEE your magazine!

  3. susanne bender says:

    great winners

  4. Dolly says:

    Congratulations Jill G.!

  5. Sarah Blue says:

    Jill, I love that you’d just want a warm glass of milk! My husband is a good sport and has let me aim for directly for his mouth when I was practicing. Results…hilarious! Congrats!

  6. Jill G says:

    Thank you MaryJane! I am so excited and looking forward to reading your book!

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WINNER! Milk Cow Kitchen Giveaway #2 of 5

And the winner of the second of five Milk Cow Kitchen books I’m giving away …


is …


Kimberly Selders, who wrote on May 15, 2014: “We will be getting our first milk cow next year and I’m so excited!!! We will probably name her Sally May, and with the first bucket of milk I will of course skim the cream for butter. We are a huge milk drinking family so I’m sure the first bucket of milk won’t last long. Can’t wait to see your book!!”

Watch for an e-mail from the farm, Kimberly. Congratulations!

  1. Winnie Nielsen says:

    Kimberly, congratulations! You are going to LOVE this book! The name Sally May is such a sweet old fashioned name for your first girl.

  2. Dolly says:

    Congratulations Kimberly!

  3. Carolyn A. Rewitzer says:

    Congratulations! I love, love, love the name you chose!!

  4. ann says:


  5. Kimberly Selders says:

    Thank you so much!! I’m so excited!!

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WINNER! Milk Cow Kitchen Giveaway #1 of 5

And the winner of the first of five Milk Cow Kitchen books I’m giving away

milk-cow-kitchen_1070 is … mia_giveaway-2355 Shannon Job, who wrote on May 15, 2014: “I would have to wait to see my cow before I named her … But my husband has this old guitar that is named Betsie, and I always thought that’d make a good name for a milk cow! I so very badly need a cow! I would bring my first bucket of milk in, chill it and drink a glass of fresh milk! I would use the fresh cream to make ice cream! Heaven.” Watch for an e-mail from the farm, Shannon. Congratulations!

  1. Winnie Nielsen says:

    Whoop Shannon! Cow owning just got easier with Mary Jane’s book packed with all the nitty gritty important details. Next summer, you might just be churning out fresh milk ice cream for the 4th of July!

  2. connie says:

    Congrats Shannon! I loved your story!

  3. Diane Spath says:

    I would definitely names my cow “Ceilidh” ( prnpunced Kaylee), which is Gaelic for happy, Funtime, frolicking. And the first thing I would make from her milk would be vanilla milk custard! yumm!

  4. Bobbie calgaro says:

    Mary Jane have you thought of putting all your wonderful gluten free recipes into a cookbook? I’ve had hives for 3 months and found out recently that it might be gluten. Really at this point I just want to find out what it is! But a Mary. Janes gluten free cookbook would be great.

  5. ann says:

    alright!!!! congratulations!!

  6. Sarah Blue says:

    Hooray, Shannon! Now I think you must get that cow 😉

  7. Terri Dye says:


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Milk Cow Kitchen Giveaway

Just a heads up, we’re going to begin pulling names from our hat, or rather a milk bucket (below are old names from past GIVEAWAYS that I keep in a basket on my desk—it seems I’ve developed a sentimental attachment to them) starting tomorrow and every OTHER day thereafter until I’ve given away FIVE books total. Stay tuned. As of last night at 5 pm, we were still cutting up all the names (541) and getting them ready for our every-other-day “pull.”


  1. Winnie Nielsen says:

    My book arrived and I have been enjoying pouring over it chapter by chapter. It is another Mary Jane creative must read! The recipes, the stories, the PHOTOS, together make it just delightful to delve into learn about all things cow raising. If you cannot own a dairy cow, you can just vicariously wind through the pages pretending that you can. I am looking forward to trying out some of the cheese recipes this summer as well. If you are a lucky winner, perfect! If you don’t win, don’t delay in ordering this book for some delightful summer reading with a tall ice tea at hand!

  2. Debbie Fischer says:

    Good Luck to everyone as Mary Jane and the farm starts pulling names out of her milk bucket. I just love all Mary Jane’s give aways.

  3. Eileen Stone says:

    Keeping my fingers crossed!

  4. Nan says:

    My cow will be a Jersey cow named Adorabella (Bella for short) and with my first pail of milk (how much does a pail hold, anyway?) I will drink some, pour of some cream and then make cottage cheese! And maybe mozzarella, depending on how much milk I get.

  5. susanne bender says:

    mary jane has influenced me and my friends retuning back to the farm and procucing my own food through gardening raising chickens and bees . Her books have helped me to share ideas with many of my farmstand customers. Looking forward to the new book as much as for the monthly magazine. i encourage everyone th share mary janes writings her ideas and save every article for future use

    Thank you for your time and energy

  6. Gladys Brown says:

    I am still hopeing to be a winner

  7. Janine Curtis says:

    Its gotta be me so I can take my bath

  8. Carolyn A. Rewitzer says:

    I want to sign up!! How?

  9. Denise Duncan says:

    Would really love to win a book. 😉 I sure love the magazine and reading MaryJane’s Ideabook, Cookbook and Lifebook. I love it so far. Thanks for all the wonderful info presented so beautifully.

  10. Toni Haymaker says:

    Can’t wait to read it!

  11. I can’t wait to get my hands on this book! 🙂

  12. Laurie Dimno says:

    My fingers are crossed the by some chance you pull my name from that milk bucket!!!! Good luck to everyone who entered!

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  15. connie oney says:

    What a surprise when I received a free copy of MaryJane’s new book in the mail today. Since we are dairy farmers it was fun to read about our profession from a fresh and informed viewpoint (and lots of practical how-to.) As an author and photographer it is so inspiring to see the lovely photos and appreciate the fine layout and quality of her books. -Another winner MaryJane!

  16. Lisa B says:

    Would love to have room for my very own bovine beauty! For now I will have to live vicariously through my friend who has three lovely ladies. I am a regular customer of Cha Cha and Lu Lu who both make wonderful raw milk. I would be thrilled to get a copy of your new book to add to my collection and I can dream on about a future that might include a lovely milk cow of my own! <3

  17. Janie A says:

    Oh how I would enjoy a copy of MaryJane’s new book. We are receiving the magazines that have lots of great tips and helpful information. Also, MaryJane’s Farm Magazine has excellent customer service! My family has raised cattle ever since I was little. I do miss our cows and “Mama”, she sure could put out some great tasting milk! Sure do miss the good ol’ days. I would love to win MaryJane’s new book.

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  19. I am so excited about MaryJane’s new book. I have all her other ones and cherish them deeply. I just acquired a little herd of miniature Holsteins and cant wait to milk them! They are so cute. One of them is only 32inches tall! Who knew? If anyone is interested we will be selling their calves. You can contact me through my e mail at Or call our farm at 509-244-0767.

    • MaryJane says:

      Yeah for miniature Holsteins!!! And backyard milk cows. I look forward to following you AND your herd. Thank you for buying my book and for loving and bringing more backyard cows into the world … making the world a butter place, one backyard milk cow at a time.

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GIVEAWAY: Milk Cow Kitchen

Be still my heart …

My first shipment of Milk Cow Kitchen books arrived early and VERY unexpectedly last Friday. Bookstores and Amazon still list my book as having a June 1 release date.

In addition to order fulfillment, I purchased extra books to give away, so I’ll run this post several times until my giveaway stash disappears.


All you have to do to get your name in our giveaway hat is …

Tell me what you’d name your cowpanion and what you’d do with that first bucket of milk you’d bring through your back door.

I mean, who hasn’t had a milk cow fantasy?

My book gives you how-to details for keeping a pet milk cow on your suburban half acre, a backyard lot in town … or at least, it’ll help fuel your fantasy of a someday cow grazing outside your kitchen window.

Milk cow fantasy aside, my book is chock full of recipes using dairy—75 to be exact—along with 15 step-by-step cheese-making recipes.

“In ways that matter, we are all the same. I have yet to find an emotion that is normally attributed to humans that is not displayed by animals. Just because they don’t speak our words doesn’t mean they are not communicating. They are constantly communicating. Once you click in, you can see it. If we let go of the unconscious limits we normally impose on animals and simply look at them, listen to them, and pay attention, they have a whole lot to say, and they say it clearly.”

– Kathy Stevens, founder, Catskill Animal Sanctuary, from The Inner World of Farm Animals by Amy Hatkoff

  1. I will name my cow Drewals and with the first pale of milk I will certainly make ice cream, chocolate of course.

  2. Lisa says:

    I would name my cow Bernice after a very special lady that was in my life when I was young. The first bucket of milk I would dunk a cup into it & drink.

  3. Shelly Woods says:

    I think I would name my milk cow Georgia. That first pail of milk would be cooled. I’d remove the cream for making butter later, & then happily have a tall glass of fresh milk with something sweet of course!

  4. Colleen Maki says:

    I would name my “cowpanion” Benson, because that was the name of the elderly couple who ran the local farm while I was growing up, where we would get milk “fresh from the cow” (complete with cream on top). I would give the first bucket of milk to my Mom and Dad (in their 80’s), in thanks for raising us right, and feeding us the wholesome way.

  5. Jennifer says:

    Her name would be Sweet Pea and I would make some heavenly crème faiche and then I would put it on some fresh picked strawberries and top with mint from my herb garden. Yum, Yum, Yum!

  6. Winnie Nielsen says:

    My book is already on order so maybe it will be coming soon??? Hope, hope, hope?? If my name gets drawn, I will do a giveaway on the MJF connection for a fun event in case some of them never stop by this blog for the opportunity.

  7. Donna Armstrong says:

    I would name her Sally and I would make cheese. Love cheese.

  8. linda radziminski says:

    I would name my cow Constance (it was my grandmother’s name) and for the constant supply of milk she would supply .No more hormones or antibiotics in my family’s milk supply.

  9. Would love to have this book.Look foreward to seeing it!!!

  10. maria lawrence says:

    Blossom. We are reading the James Herriot story about a cow named Blossom! And with the first pail of milk, my children & I will be anxious to drink it!!

  11. Lisa says:

    Her name would be Buttermilk, and a batch of fresh, sweet vanilla bean ice cream would be first on my list!

  12. NancyB says:

    I’d name her Buttercup and ICE CREAM!!

  13. Jenny Williams says:

    I would name her Fanny for my Grandmother. Fresh milk? DRINK IT!

  14. My first cow would be Beau, the name of choice for all animals I have yet to keep- ( I know you have Beaumont but this is that ” southern thang” kind of beau, nicer than Bo )
    Of course I’d try to make a batch of soft farmer’s cheese , right after a dollup in my tea. Oh and real cream in my Kenya coffee for sure. I’m cowcrazy and have dated 2 dairymen, and was formerly married to a vet. So, need to read your book MJ.

    • MaryJane says:

      You need a COW. Forget the guys at this point:)

      • Mary Jane Landwehr says:

        I agree! Men can be over-rated, but a sweet faced cow, now that’s what I call happiness!!

      • Darcy Jorgensen says:

        I believe that I NEED this book!! 🙂 can’t wait!!
        I NEED a cow!!!! Now to convince my husband of this fact!! Lol!

      • Ha Ha! Yeah all the cows in my life have given me happiness, ‘cept the ” cow that jumped over the moon” . We purchased her from a farm sale and the herd was dispersed and she missed her cow-panions so much she mooed plaintively all day and then kept jumping the fences and hightailing it back to her old farm.?At full speed. I mean a 5-6 foot fence, no one could believe a cow could jump like that -. thats why we nicknamed her.

  15. Vivian V says:

    Not original, but Bessie just sounds right. I’ve never had fresh milk and that would be the first thing I’d like to try.

  16. Carrie C. says:

    It’s not an original choice for a name, but I envision her being a beautiful Jersey named Buttercup. And that first bucket as it came through the door?? I’d have my kids there to help me as we strained it into glass jars, because they would’ve helped me milk her. We’d each enjoy a glass of that milk, because the taste is nectar of the gods.
    That’d be the very first thing. Then visions of sour cream, yogurt, ice cream, and cheeses would begin dancing in my head. 😉

  17. Cathy R says:

    Tulip would be her name and to surprise my hubby, I’d make butterscotch first to go on the ice cream! Thanks for your generosity! Oh happy day!

  18. Debbie Fischer says:

    Oh to have a cow and have fresh milk would be a dream come true, as would living on a farm.
    If I had a milking cow I would name her “Fur Elise”, as that is one of my most favorite piano pieces. And “Fur Elise” would be my favorite milking cow!
    Thank you so much Mary Jane for yet another great give away.
    Good Luck to everyone who enters the contest.

  19. Debbie Fischer says:

    I too have already ordered your book Mary Jane through the farm and like Winnie if I win I would give the book away to one of my Chickies in my Scattered Prairie Gals HenHouse, we would have a fun contest.
    Hope my book will be on the way soon as well as I leave for vacation on the 21st of May and it would be nice to have it for my trip:-)
    Thank you.
    Lots of Hugs,

  20. Karlyne says:

    I’m ordering this, too, so like Winnie, if I win, I’ll pass it on! I mean, I NEED this book! I have to ask my cow-crazy seven year old granddaughter what we’re going to name our first one, but the first thing I’d do with a pail of milk is brew some strong coffee (takes a lot less water to make coffee than most people think) and stir some perfect cream into it. In my vintage coffee cup and saucer, of course.

  21. CJ Armstrong says:

    I’m NOT entering the giveaway . . . However, just wanted to say that we welcomed our 12th bovine into our “hobby herd” of Longhorns last week. His name is Duncan.
    Longhorns are not dairy cows so they don’t get milked, but we do butcher them and they are very tasty, lean meat and, of course, we know what they ate . . . or didn’t eat! 😀 And, because of their very, long and pointy horns we really can’t get close enough to hug their necks!
    I have milked a lot of cows in my life . . mostly jerseys. Made lots of butter, cheese and ice cream and enjoyed the fresh taste of fresh milk! Yes!

  22. Gail says:

    I would name my cow Tootsie! The very first thing I’d make is some kind of cheese, immediately followed by ice cream. Living somewhere with land to grow on and raise cows and chickens is on my bucket list. Certainly would have a hard time with it here in So. California living in a house on a zipper lot!

  23. Alice says:

    I would name my sweet cowpanion Bessie (just because it seems so right)! The first thing I would make with the fresh milk is homemade sweet cream butter!!

  24. Julia says:

    I’d name her Daisy Mae and enjoy that fresh milk with some warm chocolate chip cookies!

  25. Shannon Reddinger says:

    If I had a cow I’d name it Jo. First thing I’d do with the bucket of milk is taste it. It would be an uncontrollable to urge to stick my finger in there and take a taste.

  26. Brenda Duggan says:

    I would name my cow Sassy Jo and I would take my first milking and have a cup of cold milk for myself and a bowl for the kitty and then make delicious hommade butter with the rest and form the butter in vintage butter molds.

  27. Karin says:

    Cannot wait to add this to my MaryJane collection! If I could have a milk cow, I would name her Elnettie, my grandmother’s middle name. What would I make? Easy- cheese!

  28. Cassie B. says:

    I would name my cowpanion, Harper. I would the milk in a Tres Leches cake!

  29. SuZan says:

    I would name my first cow Plenty because I believe in positive thinking. I would first give thanks to Plenty for my first bucket of milk. Then I would take a picture and post it EVERYWHERE. Finally I would skim of SOME of the cream to make butter and make some mozzo cheese and cool the rest for a delicious drink of cold milk. Of course I would have to call in all my family and friends to enjoy the bounty : )

  30. Kimberly Jacobson says:

    I have a registered Jersey girl, named “Waltzing Matilda Mook,” or “Tillymook” for short. I’ve learned how to make simple mozzarella and raw yogurt, but am looking forward to learning how to make aged cheeses. Hopefully, we’ll be adding another sweet girl within the next year. She’ll be called “Buttercup.” 🙂

  31. Debbie Killeen says:

    I would name her Daisy and I think I would make butter and cheese. Or maybe just drink it as I haven’t had fresh milk since I was a kid.

  32. Kelly says:

    I would name my cow Millie and would put the cream from my first pail of milk in my coffee that morning!!! Then make ice cream in a crank ice cream maker!!! Maybe strawberry since they are almost in season!!

  33. Cindy says:

    I would name my cow Daisy. We had a milk cow when I was a kid and the first thing we always did with the milk is drink a tall glass of it and make ice-cream with all of that delicious cream.

  34. Lise Rousseau Silva says:

    I think I’d name her Josie, and the first thing I would make would be delicious, rich Greek yogurt and then whipped cream. Yum.

  35. Michelle says:

    I would love to have a milking cow named Clarice, and I would make some wonderful queso fresco with that first bucket. Yum!!

  36. Jennifer Summerfield says:

    I just recently purchased a Jersey heifer calf and I named her Daphne Moon. She is a joy! It will be a few years before I get my first bucket of milk from her but I will give fresh milk to my son and make butter.

  37. Amanda Christensen says:

    If I was lucky enough to have a milk cow her name would be Daisy. I would separate the milk from the cream, using the cream to make ice cream. My husband, kids and grandson would drink what milk was left.

  38. Camela says:

    I think I would name her Daisy Mae & the first thing I would like to make is some ice cream. Would love to add some homegrown strawberries to it too.

  39. Serena Nicholson says:

    I would name her Betsy and I would make chocolate fudge ice cream in an ice cream maker. 🙂

  40. Sarah Earnest says:

    I have always wanted to have a cow named Penelope. With the first bucket of milk, I would make a bunch of stuff. Cheese, yogurt, ice cream, and butter. I would take photos of my precious cow, first bucket of milk, and what I made from it, and share it everywhere.

  41. Elaine says:

    My cowpanion would be named Edith and together we’d feed as many as we could with whatever we could.

  42. Heather Coffel says:

    I would live to get a dairy cow. Several years ago I took a cheese and soap class and totally fell in live with making both. (I actually have a small business selling soap and I use goats milk). If I had my own cow I could make do much wonderful cheese. I think I would have to name her Bessie. It is the classic name for a milk cow and a great way to start the herd

  43. Deb Hersh says:

    I believe that I would name her ‘Betsy’. Although don’t you just love the old ‘Elsie’! And I cold glass of milk would be great.

  44. Cortney says:

    Hmmmm. How about Sunny? And I think I would be too anxious to try to wait to make anything, (first milking and wait? Thats tough) so probably just drink fresh for breakfast?! Over some granola maybe? YUM! Getting hungry!!

  45. I would love to have a suburban cow.. I live on 2 acres in NM.. I would drink the cream before anything else the first time I milked her.. Next time it would be butter.. She would definitely be part of my family core..

  46. Melissa B says:

    I might name her Daisy, or Rosie, I’m not sure! I would probably make butter, or just use it as milk!

  47. Teresa Arment says:

    My cow’s name would be Mabel-it just sounds like a good milk cow name. I would use the milk for cheese or just drinking. The cream would be for my Mom’s Cream cake recipe and poured over fresh strawberries, YUM!

  48. Kimberly Noah says:

    I would definitely name my Cowpanion Patience, because that is what she would have to be with me since I have never milked a cow and have only dreamed of owning my own farm family!!! And I have always said that the food item I would have to have if stranded on a desert island is cheese, so my first bucket (at least, what made it in the bucket) would be dedicated to cheese!!! 🙂

  49. Debra Thiry Points says:

    I would name my cow, “Lilly”, after Lillie Langtry who was known as The Jersey Lillie! I have always admired her spunk.
    I would use my first pail of milk to make wonderful, creamy yogurt. Toppings are endless to consider.
    From there on, the possibilities with fresh milk are endless too!
    This farm girl moved to the city for over 2 decades and has just moved back to the beauty and quiet of the country. Bit, by bit, I’m getting back to my farm girl roots! I’ve always loved your books!

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WINNER! Calamity Jane Movie Giveaway

And the winner is:

Robin Blitchok, who said on March 31, 2014:

“Love all the vintage musicals, Debbie Reynolds, Doris Day, Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Audrey Hepburn, and Julie Andrews.”


Robin, watch for an e-mail from the farm so we can get your new movie, Calamity Jane, on its way to you!

And the original post was:

“Yippeeeee! It’s the Big Bonanza in Musical Extravaganza!” reads the cover of this 1953 classic, starring Doris Day in the title role and Howard Keel as Wild Bill Hickok.
“At first, curvaceous Calamity is too durned busy fighting Indians and cracking a bullwhip to pay mind to such girlie what-alls as dresses and perfume. And Wild Bill is too danged busy wooing a dainty chanteuse to give a hoot about a hot-headed tomboy. But things change in a rootin’, tootin’, big way when each becomes love’s target. These are wide-open Technicolor Western spaces, lots of high-stepping dances, and a hummable humdinger of a score.”

How the West was sung!

If you like vintage musicals, you’re going to love this DVD! Leave a comment telling us who’s your favorite musical comedy star, and we’ll enter you in our giveaway. We’ll put your name in a hat and pull out the winner … stay tuned!

  1. Debbie Fischer says:

    Oh an oldie but a goodie Mary Jane. I love old westerns and can watch them over and over, I would love to have this one in my collection so please put my name in your hat for the give away.

    I love Bob Hope and I do not think I could ever tire of watching him, Doris Day is great as well, I love them all!

    Thank you for another wonderful give away.


  2. Winnie Nielsen says:

    Hmmm, I can’t think of a comical musical star as my movie knowledge is pretty thin. However, this one sounds like fun so please throw my name in the hat!

  3. Robin Peters says:


  4. calle says:

    Debbie Reynolds in “The Unsinkable Molly Brown”.

  5. shawna m says:

    Doris Day has been my favorite since I was in high school.

  6. Thayes Hower says:

    Female: Debbie Reynolds
    Male: Bing Crosby and Bob Hope in the “Road” musicals!

  7. Vivian V says:

    Singing in the Rain -Debbie Reynolds

  8. Lynn M says:

    Some Like It Hot – Marilyn Monroe. Laughed pretty hard on this one!

  9. Love all the vintage musicals, Debbie Reynolds, Doris Day, Bob Hope, Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Audrey Hepburn, Julie Andrews

  10. Jamie Vowell says:

    Oh, I love this movie! I think my favorite musical comedy star would be either Carol Burnett or Lucille Ball – and Doris Day as Calamity Jane!! Jamie V in MT

  11. Karlyne says:

    I think my favorite musical comedy is 7 Brides for 7 Brothers, which means Howard Keel and Jane Powell, but for all-roundedness I adore the Bingster!

  12. Vanessa Clark says:

    I have always loved Doris Day!

  13. Terry Steinmetz says:

    I love all the vintage movies, but my favorite is “Oklahoma”. Next in line is “The Trouble with Angels” starring Hailey Mills. Oh, the trouble she gets into keeps me laughing for hours. (mostly because I could see myself doing those same antics!)

  14. Melanie Ray says:

    My favorite musical comedy star is Doris Day!

  15. MS Barb says:

    Oh…Doris Day!

  16. Lisa says:

    Love Lucille Ball and Doris Day!

  17. Kay (Old Cowgirl) Montoya says:

    I really need this movie. I have always loved being a cowgirl and when I was little I fixed up one of my Dad’s saw horses and rode for hours. When this movie came out, came out I saw it with my Mom, but then went 2 more times. When the carnival came to our small town and Mom asked me what I wanted, I told her a whip. She bought me one of the colorful one’s from the carnival and I played with it for hours. I was Annie Oakley. Yeehaa!!!! I have always liked Doris Day but have the biggest laugh from Lucille Ball. Especially the candy making belt with her and Ethel. Sign me up please for the movie. I would love it.

  18. Wow thank you! We are the makers of the iron wreath giveaway and are so happy to be a winner of a giveaway now too!
    I’ll enjoy watching and cowgirl dreaming

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  1. Winnie Nielsen says:

    Bird house version of condo living in cities where they build up due to lack of space!

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