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  1. LKitten16

    2018 SCHEDULE

    August 7th 💜
  2. Pre-code or silent! Or horror could be fun, until we get to the bloody stuff lol
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    What Are You Watching Now?

    Guys and Dolls, one of my favorite musicals
  4. You Were Never Lovelier was on, unless there's another version. I feel West Side Story was purposely omitted so we'd go see it in the theater.
  5. LKitten16

    July 2018 Spotlight: 50 States in 50 Movies

    Awesome! An easy way to see which movie and state Thanks
  6. New week, more movies! Going for Band Wagon, Singing in the Rain, Show Boat, Pal Joey, Guys and Dolls, Seven Brides and Million Dollar Mermaid. And possibly more based off the lecture video which keeps happening lol
  7. I'm not a huge Rita fan (don't hit me lol) but this sounded good so I'm gonna give it a go. I'll be back with good reviews I'm sure
  8. Just as the title says, I was watching On the Town (Prehistoric Man) first, and later Good News (Pass That Peace Pipe). I feel like both songs are similar around the dance portions with the beat of the drums and the 'sounds' the characters are making. Chances are a lot of songs sound like other songs, but I noticed this one big time. Anyone else hear it?
  9. I finished the films I was going to watch yesterday and enjoyed so much I wound up recording overnight Strike Up the Band, Meet Me in St Louis and Good News. Another day of musicals for me
  10. Wizard of Oz was the first Judy Garland film I saw, probably around 7 or so (guessing). I know I wondered how this girl had such a lovely, mature (grown-up would be my 7 year old self word) voice. She was young but so pretty. As for the clips, in the first one she shows her humorous side, which shows she doesn't have to look glamorous to do a great number.
  11. I'm not so great with the discussion questions, just want to say I watched Top Hat for the first time and really enjoyed it. I'm not usually into Fred/Ginger films (waiting for popcorn to be thrown at her) but after this I could be.
  12. I don't know for sure but Take Me Out to the Ball Game was released in April of 1949 and On the Town in December. I'm guessing it was a case of don't change a winning formula? Really just want to say how much I enjoy these two films
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    Buddy Ebsen

    Funny, as I thought the same about Buddy being a better Scarecrow when watching Born to Dance. I went searching and found he in fact was originally cast as the Scarecrow and Ray Bolger as the TinMan, but Ray really wanted the Scarecrow so they switched! I'd say early on since no makeup mishap yet.
  14. For the first week I also caught Strike Me Pink which was enjoyable. This week I got Take Me Out to the Ball Game, On the Town, Cabin in the Sky, You Were Never Lovelier, Yankee Doodle Dandy and Moon Over Miami. I've seen the first two but really like Gene Kelly. Saw Cabin but would like to view it again. The other three I've not seen.
  15. I always caught Strike Me Pink on demand based off some comments. I liked it

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