Musicals Films Of 1954

Musicals Films Of 1954

Musicals Films Of 1954

It’s another year, but the same story, films weren’t as big in the box office, like it was in the 1940’s. Musicals Films Of 1954, will have the list and with it the stars, but for the teenagers, the older generation of actors and singers, wasn’t what they were into. In time, some were more liked, but a lot of the rest, were more singing, and no story worth watching. The characters in the movie weren’t likable, nor was they strong enough to hold anyone interests. Hollywood knows that because as you can read, all my blogs on this subject, the list of movies are going down.

I highlighted those that have someone who I typed on my website, but not even me would watch them. I mean, if it’s on TV and I saw them perform then. I’ll watch, but once their scene is through, I’ll turn the channel. You might want to do the same with this blog, but please stick around for the album, and then go to the next blog, and then go to the next one, until you read them all. By the time you get done, I might have some new ones for you to read, so read slowly, because I don’t fast.


Ethel Merman sings the title number of the 1954 film There’s No Business Like Show Business.

  • Athena, starring Jane Powell, Debbie Reynolds, Edmund Purdom and Vic Damone
  • Brigadoon
  • Carmen Jones
  • Casanova’s Big Night starring Bob Hope
  • Chandraharam, starring N.T. Rama Rao
  • Deep in My Heart, starring José Ferrer
  • French Cancan, starring Jean Gabin and María Félix
  • The French Line, starring Jane Russell
  • Living It Up, starring Dean Martin, Jerry Lewis and Janet Leigh
  • Lucky Me, starring Doris Day, Robert Cummings and Phil Silvers
  • Mayurpankh, directed by and starring Kishore Sahu
  • New Faces
  • Red Garters, starring Rosemary Clooney, Jack Carson and Guy Mitchell
  • Rhapsody, starring Elizabeth Taylor
  • River of No Return, starring Marilyn Monroe
  • Rose Marie, starring Ann Blyth and Howard Keel
  • Seven Brides for Seven Brothers, starring Jane Powell, Howard Keel and Julie Newmar.
  • A Star Is Born
  • The Student Prince, starring Ann Blyth and Edmund Purdom with Mario Lanza dubbing for Purdom.
  • There’s No Business Like Show Business
  • Top Banana (film), starring Phil Silvers
  • White Christmas, starring Bing Crosby, Danny Kaye, Rosemary Clooney and Vera Ellen


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