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 to hire writers and script writers, for the story is boring and forgettable, once you leave the theater. The movie Industry, had a problem with scripts that were musicals of this period. The closer Rock’N’Roll getting on the charts, the worst the scripts are used in the movies, so I don’t know if I should thank the parents for staying home and watching TV, or the movie industry for bad script, because I love Rock’N’Roll and I’m glad it’s still alive and on radio even as I texted you this.
- Anything Goes starring Bing Crosby and Donald O’Connor
- Carousel starring Gordon MacRae and Shirley Jones
- The Court Jester starring Danny Kaye, Glynis Johns, Basil Rathbone and Angela Lansbury
- The Girl Can’t Help It starring Jayne Mansfield and Tom Ewell, and featuring Julie London, Ray Anthony, Fats Domino and The Platters.
- High Society starring Bing Crosby, Grace Kelly, Frank Sinatra, Louis Armstrong and Celeste Holm
- It’s a Wonderful World starring George Cole and featuring Ted Heath and Dennis Lotis
- It’s Great to Be Young starring John Mills and Cecil Parker
- The King and I starring Yul Brynner and Deborah Kerr
- Pardners starring Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis and Lori Nelson
- A Touch of the Sun starring Frankie Howerd, Ruby Murray and Dennis Price
- The Vagabond King starring Kathryn Grayson