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Musical Movies Of 1941

Musical Movies Of 1941

Births And Deaths Of 1941 In Musical History

Musical Movies Of 1941

I love a lot of films, and I wish I could type you all of them of each year, but most aren’t musicals and then I would miss the point of my website. Musical movies Of 1941. Their seems to be only two films that I like, and I’ll be watching tonight, back to back, like a double feature(if you remember these films, then I think you know what I’m typing about. For those who don’t, missed a chance to watch two films for the price of one). I got the popcorn, and hotdogs ready with my rooter float, I hope your doing the same.

Musical Movies

Apavadu
Infants on Broadway
Birth of cry
Blues in the Night
The Chocolate Soldier
Dumbo
Háry János, starring Antal Páger as well as Margit Dajka
He Found a Star starring Vic Oliver, Sarah Churchill and also Ev...

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1939 Musical Films

1939 Musical Films

Even though I wasn’t born yet, when these 1939 Musical Films, came out, I still enjoy watching some now. I got a film that I really like that came out, with Humphy Bogart, who is my favorite actor of all times, but you can be the judge of that. The Roaring Twenties, isn’t a musical, but it’s my website, and I can bend the rules every now and then.

Musical movies
Infants In Arms, starring Mickey Rooney as well as Judy Garland
Balalaika, launched on December 15, starring Nelson Eddy and also Ilona Massey
Entre el barro, starring Tito Lusiardo
East Side of Heaven, starring Bing Crosby as well as Joan Blondell
Giliw Ko, starring Mila del Sol, Fernando Poe, Sr., Ely Ramos as well as Fleur de Lis
Hawaiian Nights, starring Mary Carlisle, Constance Moore as well as Johnny Downs...

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1938 Musical Films

1938 Musical Films

Here are the list for 1938 Musical Films

Musical Movies

Care free, starring Fred Astaire and also Ginger Rogers
Champagnegaloppen, starring Svend Methling and also Valdemar Møller.Cocoanut Grove, starring Fred MacMurray, Harriet Hilliard, Ben Blue and also Eve Arden.

Cowboy from Brooklyn, starring Dick Powell as well as Priscilla Lane Medical professional Rhythm, starring Bing Crosby, Mary Carlisle and also Beatrice Lillie.Dos amigos y un amor, routed by Lucas Demare Es leuchten pass away Sterne, starring Ernst Fritz Fürbringer and also Fridtjof Mjøen Fresher Year, starring Constance Moore, William Lundigan as well as Dixie Dunbar. Directed by Frank McDonald.

The Girl Of The Golden West, starring Jeanette MacDonald as well as Nelson Eddy Going Places’, ‘starring Dick...

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1937 Musical Films

1937 Musical Films

1937 Musical Films

1937 Musical Films

Not many do I like, but the ones I do like, I watch all the time. In 1937 Musical Films, I have a list of all them that came out that year, but I have what I highlighted, not typing that their  are the  best, just that I’ll be typing about those that I like.

Musical Movies

* 52nd Street, starring Leo Carrillo, Ian Hunter, Pat Paterson, Ella Logan, Sid Silvers, Zasu Pitts and also Kenny Baker. Directed by Harold Young.
* Ali Baba Goes to Town, starring Eddie Cantor, Tony Martin, Roland Young and also June Lang and also including Raymond Scott & & his Quintet. Directed by David Butler.
* The Broadway Melody of 1938, starring Robert Taylor, Eleanor Powell, George Murphy, Binnie Barnes, Buddy Ebsen, Sophie Tucker as well as Judy Garland.
* Calling All S...

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1936 Musical Films

1936 Musical Films

1936 Musical Films

1936 Musical Films

There’s really only one good film of 1936, and I’m not sure if you know which one it is, but after this blog, 1936 Musical Films is finished, I’m going to watch it, since I just bought it, from iTunes. I could have rented it, but everything on my website, I own and I don’t rent.

Anything Goes starring Bing Crosby and Ethel Merman

Born To Dance released November 27 starring Eleanor Powell, Virginia Bruce, James Stewart, Frances Langford, Buddy Ebsen and the vocal group The Foursome.

Cain and Mabel starring Marion Davies, Clark Gable and Allen Jenkins

Can This Be Dixie? starring Jane Withers, Slim Summerville, Helen Wood and Thomas Beck. Directed by George Marshall

Captain January starring Shirley Temple, Guy Kibbee and Slim Summerville...

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The Wizard Of Oz Part Eleven

The Wizard Of Oz Part Eleven

The Wizard Of Oz Part Eleven

The Wizard Of Oz Part Eleven

This film The Wizard Of Oz, has a life of it’s own, in The Wizard Of Oz Part Eleven, I’ll be typing about it’s awards, which is a long list of honors, as well.

Awards and honors

Academy Awards

Awards
Award
Date of ceremony
Category
Recipient
Outcome
Academy Awards
February 29, 1940
Best Picture
Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer
Nominated
Best Cinematography, Color
Harold Rosson
Best Art Direction
Cedric Gibbons and William A. Horning
Best Effects, Special Effects
A. Arnold Gillespie and Douglas Shearer
Best Music, Original Score
Herbert Stothart
Won
Best Music, Original Song
“Over the Rainbow”
Music by Harold Arlen; Lyrics by E.Y. Harburg
Academy Juvenile Award
Judy Garland
For her outstanding performance as a screen juvenile during the past ...

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The Wizard Of Oz Part Ten

The Wizard Of Oz Part Ten

The Wizard Of Oz Part Ten

The Wizard Of Oz Part Ten

In The Wizard Of Oz Part Ten, I’ll be typing about the many releases this film has done, and I have two different box set limited edition and another one from iTunes, so I’m happy with all three, and Ill take a photo of my two box sets, for prove, on my next blog. I just move in my new house, and I’m still putting away my things in order. Here’s The Wizard Of Oz Part Ten( I ran out of iTunes albums. I looked for more, but they only had two(one must have been a limited edition, which I’ll upload on previous blobs). I also have a box set, with more music than on any edition has, and I’ll be adding that to my blogs as well...

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The Wizard Of Oz Part Nine

The Wizard Of Oz Part Nine

The Wizard Of Oz Part Nine

The Wizard Of Oz Part Nine

I’m off to see The Wizard once more and I know you want to come with me. In The Wizard Of Oz Part Nine, I’m texting you, about what the critics are saying about one of the greatest films of all time.

Reception

The Wizard of Oz film received much acclaim upon its release. Frank Nugent considered the film a “delightful piece of wonder-working which had the youngsters’ eyes shining and brought a quietly amused gleam to the wiser ones of the oldsters. Not since Disney’s Snow White has anything quite so fantastic succeeded half so well...

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Musicals Of 1935

Musicals Of 1935

Musicals Of 1935

Musicals Of 1935

I did do a blog before of who was born and who died, in 1935, but I should have continued with the musicals because that’s what my website is all about. I never made this a period website, it’s only for those that was born in that year, but since I was in that year, I should have typed about it anyway. This is my way of making up, is to make a blog that I should have made last year, and called it Musicals Of 1935. Theirs only two films I like are Curly Top and Broadway Melody, but I’m not going to bore you with that. You may not of heard about it, and I want to move onward, as quickly as I know how. So here’s the list, and watch the video, while I think of someone else to blog.

Musical films

Be Careful, Mr Smith starring Bobbie Comber

Bright Lights starri...

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The Three Stooges Part Seven

The Three Stooges Part Seven

The Three Stooges Part Seven

The Three Stooges Part Seven

My favorite comedy group is here again with this blog, called The Three Stooges Part Seven, and after The Three Stooges Part Seven, please watch three of The Three Stooges shorts, their very funny.

The Three Stooges Part Seven

The Three Stooges Part Seven

Joe Besser replaces Shemp (1956–58)

Joe Besser replaced Shemp Howard in 1956. He stayed with the Stooges for only two years.

After Shemp’s death, Moe and Larry were again in need of a third Stooge. Several comedians were considered (including Mantan Moreland), but Columbia insisted on a comedian already under contract. They decided on Joe Besser, who appeared in the final 16 Stooge shorts at Columbia...

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