The stars align in episode 4 of “connie & jimmy”! Inspired by the 1953 film I Love Melvin. This episode will keep you “A-boodle-oo beep beep baum baum baum”-ing for hours. In episode 4, our charismatic duo has returned home from a frustrating dinner party. What’s on the menu must also match what’s in the heart. Our conscientious couple can’t help but shake it off in this delightful twist on “Where Did You Learn To Dance?” originally performed by Debbie Reynolds and Donald O’Connor.
“connie & jimmy” enthusiastically shares TrueLoveHealth.com (http://truelovehealth.com/) as a resource for all your plant-based nutrition inquiries. It is sure to put a spring in your step!
Don’t bite the bum of an animal carcass. Plant-based protein is everywhere!
connie – Connie Castanzo jimmy – James Koroni
writer, director & co-producer – james koroni co-produced by Civil Sea Films co-choreographers – james koroni & Tracey Katof director of photography – Ben Effinger editor – Laura Mazzeo grip – justin van wie
In the third installment of “connie & jimmy”, an episodic 1940’s black & white mini-series, Jimmy breaks shocking news to Connie over a “fancy” meal but the reality of the meal turns out to be just as shocking! Jimmy has all the best intentions but he can’t seem to avoid slipping up. Good thing Connie can keep him in check with her talent for turning classic songs on their heads in an effort to teach Jimmy an important faux pas. “connie & jimmy” keeps your heart all aflutter but your feet on the ground with an homage to Edith Piaf’s version of ‘Ne Me Quitte Pas’.
“connie & jimmy” support Mercy For Animals’ effort to urge Amazon.com—the world’s largest online retailer— to stop selling foie gras. They perpetuate this blatant animal abuse by continuing to sell foie gras worldwide. Amazon.com has both the power and ethical responsibility to help end the cruel force-feeding of ducks by ending the sale of foie gras.
In the second installment of “connie & jimmy” an episodic 1940’s black & white mini-series, a couple deals with a hairy situation that’s not so black & white. Jimmy has all the best intentions but he can’t seem to avoid slipping up. Good thing Connie can keep him in check with her talent for turning classic songs on their heads in an effort to teach Jimmy an important fashion faux pas. “connie & jimmy” keeps your heart all aflutter but your feet on the ground.
Even though “connie & jimmy” are living in the 1940’s they’d be astounded at what visionary designers, such as Leanne Mai-ly Hilgart of Vaute Couture and Joshua Katcher of Brave GentleMan are doing.
“connie & jimmy” is romantic nostalgia. We romanticize the thought of taking a horse-carriage ride, as if it makes us feel connected to our ancestors. It’s quite the opposite actually. To honor them we ought to observe the past and allow it to assist us in building a brighter future. We now know that the horse-drawn carriage industry is inhumane, dangerous to horses and people, and unnecessary. Alternatives are available. It’s time to make history!
Thanks to people like Connie and Jimmy of the web-series “Connie & Jimmy”, who so passionately love animals, horses in NYC will not labor another day!