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  1. 1. Eddy and Macdonald speak with their eyes to communicate how they feel in both clips. There are constant clips of Macdonald's facial expressions and wide eyes as she listens to Eddy's voice during the boat ride. We learn so much more about her emotional state through these clips than through her lines. The same goes for Eddy when watching her in the saloon, and he tells the audience what he is thinking and feeling with just a simple look or smile. 2. I have not seen these actors in any other movies or television shows, but I am so happy to be introduced to them through these clips. The
  2. 1. This clip definitely shows an more idealistic view of life that distracts from the realities of the day. The fact that Ziegfeld can afford to tip the man five pounds and that Anna Held is performing in front of a full house of people are big indicators that this production was trying to avoid the financial hardships of the Depression Era. There are also no illusions to negative feelings or situations: the song is happy, the people are happy, or at least in good humor, and the scene ends with Anna choosing to focus on the beautiful flowers instead of breaking her promise of meeting with Bill
  3. The movie musicals that I have continuously watched over the years are Guys and Dolls, Singing in the Rain, Annie Get Your Gun, and The Wizard of Oz. These films have cultivated my love for song and dance. In fact, Annie Get Your Gun was the first musical theatre production I was in at the age of 8, and it sparked the storyteller inside of me. It led me down a path to pursuing a degree in Theatre, and I couldn't be happier. There is nothing like watching a story that engages you with not only a wonderful story, but spectacular musical numbers full of inspiring melodies and endearing char
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