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Musical Films Of 1957

Musical Films Of 1957

Musical Films Of 1957

Here’s another year of films, and in Musical Films Of 1957, you can see the list is getting smaller and only “Loving You” was geared for younger audience, while the rest is for the adult’s. It’s only proves that the musicals are on the way out and Hollywood is out of touch with the teenagers at the time. The teenagers don’t want to hear grownups singers, they want Rock’N’Roll and Elvis Presley, and Hollywood is too blind to see that the times are changing, and Rock’N’Roll is here to stay.

Hollywood, made money from Elvis Presley, but in 1957, Fred Astaire, wasn’t. It’s a shame that Hollywood would try to update the actors and singers at that time, but time moves forward and not back...

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Musical Films Of 1956

Musical Films Of 1956

Musical Films Of 1956

As you can see, the choices of Musical Films Of 1956, isn’t enough to actually make up a blog, but I have to do none the less. Had the parents watched more movies and wasn’t so fascinated by watching TV every night, and kept buying 78’s records, we wouldn’t have Rock’N’Roll. So, thank your parents and grandparents, as well as those who made TV available for home use.

I have to text that, had it not be for those parents that thought Rock’N’Roll was bad for their children, I may not be doing this at all. For Rock’N’Roll is what I got into my website in the first place.

However, for these movies, which is on this list, even if our grandparents were watching these movies, it still wouldn’t be remembered, because Hollywood forgot ...

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Films Of 1953

Films Of 1953

Films Of 1953

Musical Films Of 1953 were getting scares, even though they had movie stars, color (but no real story to care about), it couldn’t compete with TV. TV was Black and White, only Radio programs turn to TV shows, and up and coming actors, but that was free, and in your home. TV had verity shows, but the movie industry has weak plots and the songs seem out of date, for the times were changing, and the movie industry couldn’t keep up with the shows that you didn’t have to park your automobile, buy a ticket, nor over priced snacks. Teenagers might go and see a movie, at a drive in, to make out, but the grown ups stayed at home. It wasn’t the same, and I only highlighted the ones that I can watch without sleeping through them. I’m hoping next year will be better.

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Musical Films Of 1951

Musical Films Of 1951

Musical Films Of 1951

The only reason why I do a post of movies, is for the music (and I might have an album of a particular film), so that’s why I’m doing Musical Films Of 1951. however the 1950’s movies aren’t like the 1940’s. It’s for, the TV Shows. People stayed home and something which is free entertainment, then to go out and buy a ticket, popcorn, soda, and a parking lot. Besides, with everything, people tend to get bored of the same thing. Hollywood studios had competition, again. first with Radio Shows, the movie industry put sound in their movies, and won that battle, as well as having contracts with actors for several years and in their contracts, they couldn’t go on broadcast, which means Radio and TV. However, it didn’t stop Radio Shows and new talent...

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Films Of 1950

Films Of 1950

Films Of 1950

Finely a year, with films that I like and have. In Films Of 1950, theirs a film that have (in blog), and two I’ll be looking for from iTunes (in blue). I hope you like the list, and I’ll do the next year at the end of this month.

Musical films

Films Of 1950

Dorothy Kirsten and Bing Crosby in Mr. Music.
Annie Get Your Gun (music and lyrics by Irving Berlin), starring Betty HuttonHoward Keel, Louis Calhern and Keenan Wynn.
Bhai Bahen, starring Geeta Bali and Bharat Bhushan.
Canzoni per le strade, starring Luciano Taioli and Antonella Lualdi
Cinderella, animated film featuring the voice of Ilene Woods and Verna Felton.
Come Dance with Me featuring Anne Shelton and Anton Karas
Cossacks of the Kuban (Kubanskie kazaki), starring Vladlen Davydov and Marina ...
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1949 Musical Films

1949 Musical Films

1949 Musical Films

Musicals have never been my favorites, but on 1949 Musical Films, I think there’s a film I want to see, and that’s with Bugs Bunny. So tonight I’m watching My Dream Is Yours, of course, I do like others, but not as much as I like Bugs Bunny.


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The Adventures of Ichabod and Mr. Toad animated film
The Barkleys of Broadway starring Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers
A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur‘s Court starring Bing Crosby, Rhonda FlemingCedric Hardwicke and William Bendix
Dancing in the Dark
Holiday in Havana starring Desi Arnaz and Mary Hatcher.
In the Good Old Summertime starring Judy Garland, Van Johnson, S. Z. Sakall and Buster Keaton.
The Inspector General starring Danny Kaye
It‘s a Wonderful Day
Look for the Silver Lining star...

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Musical Films Of 1948

Musical Films Of 1948

Musical Films Of 1948

I’m going to throw a bag of popcorn in the microwave and watch “Easter Parade”, which is the only 1948 Musical Films that I like. Catch me next year with 1949, maybe there’s more films, to watch.

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April Showers starring Ann Sothern, Jack Carson, Robert Alda and S. Z. SakallDirected by James V. Kern.
Are You With It? starring Donald O’Connor, Olga San Juan and Martha StewartDirected by Jack Hively.
La Belle Meuniere
Big City
Bill and Coo
Casbah starring Yvonne DeCarlo and Tony Martin.
A Date with Judy starring Wallace Beery, Jane Powell and Elizabeth TaylorDirected by Richard Thorpe.
Deux Amours
Easter Parade starring Judy Garland, Fred Astaire, Peter Lawford and Ann MillerDirected by Charles Walter.
The Emperor Waltz starring B...

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Musical Films Of 1947

Musical Films Of 1947

Musical Films Of 1947

Here are the Musical Films Of 1947, but as I want to see a film, for this year, I can’t recommend any of them. I type about what I do like, so I guess this isn’t the year for it. Not all years will come with great films and this is one of them. I’m not typing that you shouldn’t see them, I’m only typing that I would waist my money, with any of them to watch, nor waist my time typing on my website about them. Catch me next year for better ones.

Musical Films Of 1947

Tommy and Jimmy, The Fabulous Dorseys
Carnival in Costa Rica
Con la música por dentro, starring Germán Valdés, Marcelo Chávez and Marga López
Copacabana
Don’t Give Up (Tappa inte sugen), starring Nils Poppe and Annalisa Ericson [51]Down to Earth
Etoile Sans Lumiere (Star Wi...
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1946 In Films

1946 In Films

1946 In Films

It’s 1946 In Films, and I’m looking forward to watching a film today and I see a few I like.

Musical filmsEdit

The Bamboo Blonde starring Frances Langford

Breakfast in Hollywood starring Tom Breneman, Bonita Granville, Billie Burke and Zasu Pitts and featuring Andy Russell, The King Cole Trio and Spike Jones and his City Slickers. Directed by Harold D. Schuster.

Cinderella Jones starring Joan Leslie, Robert Alda, S.Z. Sakall and Edward Everett Horton Directed by Busby Berkeley.

Do You Love Me released May 17, starring Maureen O’Hara, Dick Haymes and featuring Harry James and his Music Makers.

Doll Face starring Vivian Blaine and Dennis O’Keefe and featuring Perry Como and Carmen Miranda. Directed by Lewis Seiler.
Earl Carroll Sketchbook starring Consta...

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1943 Musical Films

1943 Musical Films

1943 Musical Films

1943 Musical Films

I’m getting closer to where I ended before I started to update all my blogs, by ding 1943 Musical Films. Please enjoy my blog and the album afterwards.

Musical films

Beautiful Michoacà ¡ n (Spanish:  ¡ Quà © lindo es Michoacà ¡ n!), starring Tito GuÃzar, Gloria MarÃn as well as VÃctor Manuel Mendoza.Best Foot Forward, starring Lucille Ball and also Nancy Walker as well as including Harry James & his Music Makers Cabin & In The Sky, starring Ethel Waters, Eddie Anderson, Lena Horne and also Louis Armstrong Coney Island, starring Betty Grable, George Montgomery, Cesar Romero as well as Phil Silvers Crazy House, starring Ole Olsen, Chic Johnson and also Cass Daley DuBarry Was a Lady, launched
August 13 starring Red Skelton, Lucille Ball, Gene...

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