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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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Musical Films Of 1928

Musical Films Of 1928

Musical Films Of 1928

Musical Films Of 1928

It’s another year for movies and another blog for my website. That means I’ll start to text about musicals on every year. With the movie of The Jazz Singer, is the start of The Talkies, and the start of The Musicals. However, their aren’t any Musical Of 1928  why, I don’t know. I can only guess that the movie industry hasn’t thought about musicals yet. This blog won’t have any information about Musical Of 1928, so even if I was to make a blog about a movie, which means I’m going to text you about nothing but my thoughts about nothing, and afterwards, you can hear one of my CD’s.

I’m not trying to type you nothing, because I have nothing to type about, I’m just typing you that their isn’t any musical movies to type...

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Musical Films Of 1927

Musical Films Of 1927

Musical Films Of 1927

Musical Films Of 1927

The Jazz Singer released October 6, starring Al Jolson.

Musical Films Of 1927 has only one musical movie and that is The Jazz Singer, in fact it’s the very first talkie and since I’m typing you about it, it’s also the first musical move. In 1927, only one film was a musical, and that’s The Jazz Singer. From the beginning of the movie industry, 1927 was the first year that had music in it which is still talked about today. It’s still a silent movie, so I’m sure you might not want to read the subtitles, but then I watch foreign movies so silent movies is just the same. The story is dated and it moves slow, but I still had to buy the album, because this website will have an album on each blog I do...

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1934 Musical Films

1934 Musical Films

1934 Musical Films

Here are the Musical Films Of 1934, and with only one that I like, which is Babes In Toyland, the rest is a waist of time. The only reason why I like Babe In Toyland is I like Laurel and Hardy, but other than that, I have to wait for the next year. I’ll be doing Musical Films Of 1935 soon, and I’ll be blogging about Babes In Toyland soon, so please continue visiting my website and I’ll bring you more blogs !!!

Musical films
* Babes In Toyland starring Stan Laurel and Oliver Hardy
* Bachelor of Arts starring Tom Brown, Anita Louise, Henry Walthall, Arline Judge and Mae Marsh. Directed by Louis King.
* Belle of the Nineties starring Mae West
* Blossom Time starring Richard Tauber
* Boots! Boots! starring George Formby and Beryl Formby, and featuring Bet...

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Musical Films Of 1933

Musical Films Of 1933

Musical Films Of 1933

I’m not much into music  and I’m not much into Musical Films Of 1933, but I am into music and into Musical Films Of 1933, but not as my website is labeled for or what I want. The list of movies on this blog, is only for knowing what was made then, but that’s all what I’ll be doing about it. Any musical film that I like, I’ll be typing about, however if I have no interests in them, then what’s the point in digging into the background of it. Check on the next year, of 1934, and maybe I’ll find something a musical film that I like, until then, here’s my list of Musical Films Of 1933 !!!

Musical films
* 42nd Street, starring Warner Baxter, Bebe Daniels, George Brent, Ruby Keeler, Una Merkel, Ginger Rogers and Dick Powell
* Adorable, starring Janet G...

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