MA singer Claire Sully talks about childhood films: “My favorite film was probably Pocahontas or the Wizard of Oz”

Topic of the Week – Massachusetts singer Claire Sully has chosen to weigh in on our topic of the week: childhood films and series. She accepted the invitation to receive the hot topic questions and gave us some pretty cool answers. Check out what she said below

 

Her favorite films and television series to watch:

 

Claire: My fav tv series growing up as a child was probably Hannah Montana, or Suite Life of Zack & Cody. My favorite Film was probably Pocahontas or the Wizard of Oz, those two films were played so much!

 

The ones her and her friends would act out:

 

Claire: My sister and I watched the wizard of oz a lot, so we pretended that one of us was Dorthy and the other was the scarecrow or Tin man! I also grew up watching all the harry potters so I would pretend I was hermionie and grab a stick from outside and pretend it was my wand! Haha!

 

Movies that gave her nightmares: 

 

Claire: I’ve watched too many scary movies that have given me nightmares! I’ll start with a Classic! To Kill a Mockingbird was the first one that really got me at 15! I was reading the book in high school and my parents suggested I watch the movie! Seeing it in black and white made it creepy, as well as the music behind the scenes!! Boo Radly to this day gives me a chill! The Halloween series too! The first one was very scary I couldn’t sleep at all that night….

 

If she was a villain or superhero what would her name and powers be?

 

Claire: I like the idea of being the bad guy! I don’t think we appreciate villains too much! I’d love my super power to be to make people laugh all the time! I think it puts people in a good mood and see life a little different!

 

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Claire Sully: Spotify – Website – YouTube

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