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  • Prince Karl is in love – with a barmaid! The ways of the heart clash with the mandates of state-arranged marriage. Ann Blyth is the Heidelberg sweetheart the prince meets during what is supposed to be a final revelry before his royal wedding.
    Rating:G
    Director:   Richard Thorpe
    Cast:   Ann Blyth, Edmund Purdom, John Ericson, Louis Calhern, Edmund Gwenn, S.Z. Sakall, Betta St. John
    Theatrical Release Date: 06/15/1954
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  • A frothy, high-spirited gem based on Franz Lehar’s operetta, The Merry Widow set the standard for musicals to come. And it confirmed what MGM’s top brass already knew: Jeanette MacDoanld was a major star.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Ernst Lubitsch
    Cast:   Maurice Chevalier, Jeanette Macdonald, Edward Everett Horton, Una Merkel, Donald Meek
    Theatrical Release Date: 10/11/1934
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  • 1950s sex symbol Mamie Van Doren is a bar singer and trick rider in a guilty-pleasure tale of life and love on the rodeo circuit
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  • Danny Kaye delights in four of his earliest screen comedies, costarring with the lovely Virginia Mayo in three of them.
    Rating:NR
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  • Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy were America’s Singing Sweethearts. Naughty Marietta is their first film together, a blithe tale of a French princess who arrives incognito in colonial New Orleans and falls into the manly arms of a captain.
    Rating:G
    Director:   W.S. Van Dyke
    Cast:   Akim Tamiroff, Nelson Eddy, Jeanette Macdonald, Frank Morgan, Elsa Lanchester, Douglass Dumbrille
    Theatrical Release Date: 03/08/1935
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  • Four coeds know that the only place to be during Spring Break is Where the Boys Are. Experience the rites and wrongs of spring migration of thousands of students in an era-defining film.
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  • Take a famed operetta scored by Sigmund Romberg, update its tale of romance and heroics with the then-current Nazi peril, include a lively cast and imaginative direction, burnish the burning desert sands with rich Technicolor® cinematography and voila!
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Robert Florey
    Cast:   Dennis Morgan, Bruce Cabot
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  • The story of a sailor and the owner of a seaside cafe falling in love.
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  • Everything seems to be going perfectly for a would-be impresario (Gene Raymond) until he discovers that his wealthy backer is really as penniless as he is! Co-starring Ann Sothern.
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  • Adaptation of Cole Porter's Broadway musical about a nightclub owner in Panama, who takes on Nazi spies.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Norman Z. Mcleod
    Cast:   Red Skelton, Ann Sothern, Ben Blue, Lena Horne, Dan Dailey, Rags Ragland
    Theatrical Release Date: 09/01/1942
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  • Vincente Minnelli directs this musical film version of the acclaimed Broadway production about a Baghdad poet who charms his way into the Wazir's harem.
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  • Wealthy New York party girl Joan Prescott (Joan Crawford) has lassoed herself a cowboy!
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  • Edna Ferber’s classic tale of life and love among a theatrical troupe on a Mississippi riverboat has received many dramatic treatments since its birth over eighty years ago.
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  • Song & lovebirds Carl and Sarah starve in a 19th-century Viennese garret waiting the day the world will cheer Carl’s operetta but a baron threatens to turn their hope to tragedy.
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  • Nelson Eddy stars as a Czarist prince who falls in love with a café singer in the days just before the Russian Revolution in this gorgeous period musical.
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  • With a lilting “Tira Lira La,” a bevy of Budapest beauties show up for the birthday celebration of the town’s most eligible bachelor, Count Palaffi (Nelson Eddy).
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  • 35 scintillating shorts from the dawn of the sound era and the height of the Jazz Age.
    Rating:NR
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  • One of the top-grossing films of 1937, Maytime is the poignant, glorious musical that has long been acknowledged as a supreme masterpiece of its genre.
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  • A revolutionary leader romances a French aristocrat in Louisiana.
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  • Golden hills, voices and melodies fill this fun-loving musical/western starring Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy as the bandit she loves.
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  • In this entertaining 1950s musical, a trio of sailors and a young singer join a struggling producer to bring a stage flop to Broadway which becomes the hottest show in town.
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  • Roy Orbison essays his lone feature-film role as Johnny, a Confederate spy who becomes entangled in a plot to steal Union gold at the close of the war.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Michael Moore
    Cast:   Roy Orbison, Sammy Jackson, Maggie Pierce, Joan Freeman, Lyle Bettger
    Theatrical Release Date: 09/01/1967
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  • A college grad who plans to put his engineering degree to use someday is is reduced to working at a gas station; here he meets and falls in love with a millionairess.
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  • Gene Kelly brings his remarkable talents as star, director and choreographer to this glittering gala of music, dance and pantomime – and the result is a lush, one-of-a-kind musical flight of fancy.
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  • José Iturbi does Chopin -- but Jimmy Durante does Durante! A wartime morale booster and symphonic showcase centered on the women in a touring orchestra. With Margaret O’Brien.
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  • A madcap family attempts to make a good impression on their daughter’s straight-laced prospective in-laws in this Emmy®-winning adaptation of the Pulitzer Prize-winning play.
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  • The daughter of a circus owner fights to save her father from a takeover spearheaded by the man she loves in this Oscar-nominated musical.
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  • Eddie Cantor’s Broadway smash comes to the screen largely intact in this rambunctious Technicolor® musical comedy that includes dance staging by movie first-timer Busby Berkeley.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Thornton Freeland
    Cast:   Eddie Cantor
    Theatrical Release Date: 09/30/1930
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  • An escapist Depression Era mix of music and melodrama. Berkeley orchestrates stunning top shots, eye-popping geometry, mirrors that multiply the dancers into infinity and 60 white pillars that move as effortlessly as the human talent.
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  • Howard Keel and Ann Blyth play stalwart Mountie and backwoods hellion in this grand color and CinemaScope version of the beloved operetta.
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  • Frank Fay hosts a jamboree that, among its 70+ stars, features boxing champ Georges Carpentier, Myrna Loy in two-strip Technicolor as an exotic Far East beauty, John Barrymore in a Shakespearean soliloquy and Winnie Lightner.
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  • Show business can be burlesque or vaudeville, the Ziegfeld Follies or smoky dives. In Show Business, it’s all of ’em! Eddie Cantor, George Murphy, Joan Davis and Constance Ford star as small-timers who aim for the big time.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Edwin L. Marin
    Cast:   Eddie Cantor, George Murphy, Joan Davis, Nancy Kelly, Constance Moore, Donald Douglas
    Theatrical Release Date: 05/10/1944
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  • The Golden Age singing team of Jeanette MacDonald and Nelson Eddy headlines a lavish, gossamer-weight box office smash glittering with songs that showcase their superb voices. With Oscar®-winning Color Cinematography.
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  • Garland plays dual roles: Irish immigrant Nellie and her daughter, Little Nellie. Both contend with the same cantankerous coot, the laze-about father who fusses mightily when Nellie marries and then years later when Little Nellie falls in love.
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  • Joan Crawford and Jimmy Stewart star as Larry and Mary a husband and wife whose marriage is on thin ice when she gets a Hollywood film contract and he must work in the East.
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  • The daughter of a ship's captain becomes a sea-going cupid.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Richard Whorf
    Cast:   George Brent, Jane Powell, Xavier Cugat, Lauritz Melchior, Marina Koshetz, Thomas E. Breen
    Theatrical Release Date: 09/09/1948
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  • Red Skelton headlines a joyful Technicolor® remake of Roberta as a New York producer who inherits a failing Parisian fashion house. His partners are Howard Keel and Gower Champion and the lovelies are Kathyrn Grayson, Ann Miller and Marge Champion.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Mervyn Leroy
    Cast:   Kathryn Grayson, Red Skelton, Howard Keel, Marge Champion, Gower Champion, Ann Miller, Zsa Zsa Gabor
    Theatrical Release Date: 05/29/1952
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  • Ever since rancher Chuck Rodman grabbed the hand of a passing ballerina, he can’t lose. Lovely Cyd Charisse is en pointe for this musical showpiece peppered with credited and uncredited star turns from Old Blue Eyes, Lena Horne – the list goes on.
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  • Recovered and restored: fascinating early-sound shorts from a bygone entertainment era. Great performers and ensembles from the Warner Bros. vault comprise a dazzling 9+-Hour, 4-Disc Collection of 60 Theatrical Shorts (1926-1930).
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  • The publicity romance between a prizefighter and a showgirl turns into the real thing.
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  • An astonishing assortment of MGM Theatrical Shorts spanning two decades and showcasing big bands, classic comedians, vaudeville greats and more in an amazing 8+-Hour, 4-Disc Collection of 34 Theatrical Shorts.
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  • Fred Astaire sails across the pond to meet damsel in distress Joan Fontaine and delightful (if unlikely) dance partners George Burns and Gracie Allen in a musical co-scripted by master wit P.G. Wodehouse and directed by George Stevens (Swing Time).
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  • The star has injured an ankle but the show and inexperienced stage assistant Polly must go on. Twiggy makes her debut as sweet natured Polly a role played by Julie in her Broadway debut.
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  • It is the turn of the previous century, and American automakers are worried about how to sell their new product to an uneducated public.
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  • They have the sky above, the sand below and a song in their hearts. Kathryn Grayson (Kiss Me Kate) and Gordon MacRae (Oklahoma!) capture the romance and splendor of one of the world’s great operettas in the ravishing Technicolor® treat The Desert Song.
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  • All-star musical follows Steve Martin as a womanizing sheet-music salesman who's married to hapless Jessica Harper but carries on an affair with a schoolteacher.
    Rating:R
    Director:   Herbert Ross
    Cast:   Steve Martin, Bernadette Peters, Christopher Walken, Jessica Harper, Vernel Barneris, John Mcmartin
    Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/1981
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  • The entertaining true story of songwriter Gus Kahn, tracing his life from Chicago roots to his New York rise with Ziegfeld. Terrific score performed by Doris Day and Danny Thomas.
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  • Fred Astaire stars in this enjoyable musical about the friendship and rivalry between two dance partners. Problems arise when both men fall for the same gorgeous woman.
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  • Based upon the 1919 Broadway hit, Smilin' Through tells the story of a love that reaches beyond the grave, two generations of lovers finally united after the dark days of the first World War – one in life, the other in death.
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  • Three women in three different situations report for induction at the Great Lakes Naval Training Station and end up roommates. What follows is a frothy and fun musical.
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  • Putting the swing in Swing Parade of 1946 is: Louis Jordan & His Tympany Five, Will Osborne & His Orchestra, Connee Boswell. And if you’re looking for waitering, plumbing.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Phil Karlson
    Cast:   Gale Storm, Phil Regan, Connee Boswell, The 3 Stooges, Louis Jordan, Will Osborne
    Theatrical Release Date: 03/16/1946
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  • When a temperamental star walks out of a big Broadway show, it’s time to Give a Girl a Break. But which of the hopefuls will land the lead?
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  • When a lead dancer on a cruise ship is asked to transport a mine, neither she nor her pulp-fiction-author beau knows she’s working for spies – who got the idea from one of his novels!
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  • Movie heartthrob Brooks is tired of being besieged by adoring fans. When he meets his exact double, a shy Hawaiian plantation owner named George, they decide to switch for a month.
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  • Esther Williams dazzles the eye and Red Skelton tickles the funny bone while playing a down-and-out carnival sideshow team mistaken for a pair of multimillionaires at a Texas resort.
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  • A rising opera star’s life is as turbulent as the on-stage roles he plays in this emotion-swept musical drama based on a James M. Cain novel and filmed almost entirely in Mexico.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Anthony Mann
    Cast:   Mario Lanza, Joan Fontaine, Sarita Montiel, Vincent Price, Joseph Calleia, Harry Bellaver, Vince Edwards, Edward Platt, Norma Zimmer
    Theatrical Release Date: 03/23/1956
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  • Jeanette MacDonald portrays Nina Maria, who sings, dances and spies for Spain during the Napoleonic Wars.
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  • Millionaire opera buff Lucius B. Blynn (Edward Everett Horton) heads to Africa after big game – and bags himself a coloratura.
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  • Ann is a lovely young opera student who would rather croon a mellow swing tune. Damon is her classical voice instructor, although he’s really the former leader of a swell big band.
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  • One Sunday afternoon in turn-of-the-century New York, Biff falls for a luscious strawberry blonde. When she picks a shallow glad hander over him, Biff marries her sensible friend but pines for the girl who got away. Years later, she returns to town.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Jerry Wald
    Cast:   Janis Paige, Dennis Morgan, Don Defore, Dorothy Malone, Ben Blue, Oscar O'Shea, Alan Hale, Jr.
    Theatrical Release Date: 09/01/1933
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  • Mary and Jimmy are a show biz couple, working the small joints in the Big Apple, hoping for a shot at the spotlights.
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  • The brilliance of one of the world's most beloved tenors and the exciting world of opera highlight this delightful romantic adventure set in the most beautiful cities of Europe.
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  • Sumptuous photography, sensational singing from one of the world's greatest tenors and a sentimental storyline make Seven Hills of Rome a cinematic and musical delight.
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  • Slipping a fur-lined parka over her trademark bathing suit, Hollywood’s favorite mermaid hits the snow-covered slopes of Idaho’s famous Sun Valley in this charming romantic comedy.
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  • Young Pinkie Wingate and her pal Buzz will do anything to stop Pinkie’s widowed mother from entering into a loveless marriage with the town’s fuddy-duddy banker – including kidnapping!
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  • Winnie Lightner single-handedly keeps a circus on its feet after its performers quit the show in this delightful big top comedy costarring Charles Butterworth.
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  • A night club singer falls for a B29 pilot who christens her and his plane the Bamboo Blonde.
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  • Based on legendary showman George White’s Broadway hit starring Lahr, Flying High features musical numbers staged by Busby Berkeley and two splendidly unique comic talents in their only screen pairing. Fun and music, ready for takeoff!
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  • Booted out of boarding school for singing Mendelssohn in swing time, young Judy Bellaire returns to her wacky theatrical family.
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  • A West Point cadet falls for his commanding officer's daughter.
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  • The story is a breezy bit of show-biz romance set at the title nightclub, a chi-chi spot where the owner and the bandleader spar over everything from chewing gum to the club’s pretty flack. Of course, the real story is the music.
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  • There’s nothing more volatile than an idea in small-town 1895 America, especially for eager inventor Joe Belden. He’s making a horseless carriage that runs on an explosive cleaning fluid called gasoline – a “gas-o-mobile.”
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  • Follow the fun, follow the fleet, Follow the Boys with four seagulls – Navy wives and sweethearts who careen around the French and Italian Riviera in a beat-up jalopy, trying to keep up with their seagoing men folk.
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  • Need a vacation? Then head south of the border for a Holiday in Mexico and say ¡hola! to love, comedy, brilliant color and glorious music.
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  • The story about two sisters in love. Everything should be wonderful, but father doesn't approve of his daughters' physically underdeveloped fiancés.
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  • He’s in the army now! Heartthrob Renaldo Rossano (Mario Lanza), charismatic star of the New York Grand Opera, is drafted and music fans everywhere mourn. Lanza’s fourth film finds the tenor in top form.
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  • Al Jolson puts on blackface makeup to portray Gus, a stableman-turned-jockey who overcomes adversity and wins the Kentucky Derby after gamblers conspire to have him fired.
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  • Sir Laurence Olivier as an imprisoned highwayman who relates his exploits in the form of a comic opera. Brook's feature film debut is a production with romantic exuberance and wit.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Peter Brook
    Cast:   Laurence Olivier, Hugh Griffith, Dorothy Tutin, Yvonne Furneaux, George Devine
    Theatrical Release Date: 08/24/1953
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  • Broadway producer Jonnie Demming is ready to out-razzle and out-dazzle ’em all with a new production that has everything – except the actress Jonnie knows is perfect for the lead. Lots of romp and rhythm mark marvelous time in Broadway Rhythm!
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  • Gilded Age chanteuse Rosie O’Grady, bless her dear departed soul, had three daughters. Maureen bubbles with teenage enthusiasm. Eldest daughter Katie is ready to settle down. Then there’s Patricia, who yearns for the vaudeville stage.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   David Butler
    Cast:   June Haver, Gordon Macrae, Debbie Reynolds, James Barton, S.Z. Sakall, Gene Nelson, Sean Mcclory, Marsha Jones, Jane Darwell
    Theatrical Release Date: 03/30/1950
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  • Herman's Hermits are on a U.S. tour, where they’re mobbed by various birds – and secretly monitored by a nerdy scientist to determine if they are rocket worthy.
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  • Much of The Hollywood Revue of 1929 was filmed in the graveyard shift so that the stars’ daytime shooting schedules would not be disrupted. Fans in Los Angeles and New York City were treated to movie marquees that included live showgirls.
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  • An heiress falls for a singing window washer.
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  • Suggested by Dorothy Caruso’s biography of her husband, The Great Caruso rings out with aural pleasures (27 musical selections) and shines with the grandeur of a life lovingly refracted through the Hollywood biopic lens.
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  • Off-screen married couple Al Jolson and Ruby Keeler in their only movie pairing star in this quick-stepping back stager. Jolson is an irresponsible stage star beholden to a gangster and Keeler as a devoted hoofer who helps the star launch a new show.
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  • Set in World War I-era Africa, it tells the tale of Dawn, a tribal woman in love with a British soldier but chosen to be the sacrificial bride of a god. The film was originally shot and released entirely in color, but color prints were lost.
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  • In a story laced with early feminist and sexual-revolution sentiments, a songwriting coed's rock tunes appall administrators of staid Wyndham College for Girls. Musical appearances by the British Invasion’s the Dave Clark Five and the Animals.
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  • George White’s Scandals was a Broadway sensation, a series of revues bursting with comedy, music and American beauties. The movie celebrates that tradition with knockabout comic Joan Davis and song-and-joke man Jack Haley playing stars and lovebirds.
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  • Lovely, talented, famous – stage star Constance Shaw is everything pants presser Joe Reynolds can’t have. Then one day, Constance decides to get back at her two-timing beau by marrying Joe.
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  • From Cool World creator Ralph Bakshi, Hey, Good Lookin’ is an outrageous, nostalgic and adult take on a more innocent time.
    Rating:R
    Director:   Ralph Bakshi
    Theatrical Release Date: 10/01/1982
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  • Daniel Haynes stars as a black laborer who turns to religion after experiencing a family tragedy. William Fountaine and Nina Mae McKinney co-star in this spiritual film.
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  • Vivacious Rosemary Clooney (White Christmas) heads up a gaggle of high-kicking, red-gartered girls at the Red Dog Saloon in this amusingly tuneful spoof of the Western film.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   George Marshall
    Cast:   Rosemary Clooney, Jack Carson, Guy Mitchell, Pat Crowley, Gene Barry, Cass Daley, Joanne Gilbert
    Theatrical Release Date: 03/01/1954
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  • Lily just knows she has the talent to light up the Great White Way, so when a big Broadway producer visits her hometown, she expends all the candlepower of her charisma to impress him.
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  • Der Bingle's fondness for the racetrack is evident throughout this story of a man who abandons the mansion for the stable. And the songs attest to the film's unbridled spirit.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Frank Capra
    Cast:   Bing Crosby
    Theatrical Release Date: 04/12/1950
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  • Now fans as well as those curious about this exciting entertainer’s unique appeal can relive the Liberace magic in his only starring film, Sincerely Yours.
    Rating:NR
    Director:   Gordon Douglas
    Cast:   Liberace, Joanne Dru, Dorothy Malone, Alex Nicol, William Demarest, Lori Nelson, Lurene Tuttle, Richard Eyer, James Bell
    Theatrical Release Date: 11/01/1955
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  • Filmmaker Franco Zeffirelli (Endless Love) makes a decorous effort at communicating the ideals of St. Francis of Assisi and even tweaking the character toward flower-power relevance.
    Rating:PG
    Director:   Franco Zeffirelli
    Cast:   Graham Faulkner, Judi Bowker, Sir Alec Guinness
    Theatrical Release Date: 12/02/1972
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