Musical

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

Now that big brother Adam's fetched a bride, the unwed Pontipee men are so inspired they raid the town for brides of their own.... Read more
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Singin' in the Rain

Silents are giving way to Talkies, and a hoofer-turned-matinee idol (Gene Kelly) is caught in that bumpy transition, as are his buddy (Donald O'Connor), prospective ladylove (Debbie Reynolds) and shrewish costar (Jean Hagen).... Read more
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Show Boat

Produced by Arthur Freed and written for the screen by John Lee Mahin, director George Sidney's version of the saga of riverboat lives and loves has glorious stars (Kathryn Grayson, Ava Gardner, Howard Keel, and Marge and Gower Champion) in Technicolor radiance, a made-from-scratch 170-foot paddl... Read more
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An American In Paris

Gene Kelly, producer Arthur Freed, director Vincente Minnelli and screenwriter Alan Jay Lerner create an entertainment for the ages.  Kelly plays an ex-GI who loves Paris and an alluring (but engaged) perfume-shop clerk (Leslie Caron in her beguiling screen debut).... Read more
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Yankee Doodle Dandy

James Cagney thrills in a rare (and limber) song-and-dance performance as composer-entertainer George M. Cohan. This nostalgic biography is told in flashbacks, covering Cohan's formative years becoming Broadway's brightest star and touching upon his loves, musicals, and artistic triumphs.... Read more
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The Great Ziegfeld

Business at showman Florence Ziegfeld Jr.'s midway attraction was good (with broadway's legendary follies and more), bad and rarely lacking optimistic excess.... Read more
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42nd Street

Meet a dewy-eyed ingenue, a gee-whiz tenor, stuck-up stars, hard-up producers, brassy blondes and "shady ladies fromt he '80s."  They're all denizens of 42nd Street, belting out ageless Harry Warren/Al Dubin songs and tapping out Busby Berkely's sensational Depression-lifting numbers.... Read more
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The Broadway Melody

History's first "All Talking! All Singing! All Dancing!" movie was also All Hit, drawing enough 35-cents admissions to pile up an enormous $4-million box office.... Read more
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The Jazz Singer

When The Jazz Singer was released in theaters, the future of Hollywood changed.  For the first time in a feature film, an actor spoke on screen, stunning audiences and leaving the silent era behind.... Read more
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Gypsy

“Gypsy” was first released in 1962, but it has been digitally remastered and re-released on Blu-ray. The movie is about Rose (Rosalind Russell) living her dreams of stardom through her two daughters, June (Morgan Brittany) and Louise (Natalie Wood).... Read more
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