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Jenny Rose Adams

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  1. Yes, the clip does exhibit a brighter perspective on life during the Great Depression. Anna Held is also very captivating and creates some escapism all on her own, which helps to promote a lighter tone. I can predict that other films of this era may make light of money and conflict as this clip did. People at the time were very preoccupied with both of those topics in their regular lives, so it makes sense to bring some humor to the unfortunate realities of the time period. Based on viewing the Broadway Melody, which was pre-code there are some telling differences between pre and p
  2. The musicals I have watched the most are; Singin' in the Rain, Hello Dolly, Guys and Dolls, All that Jazz, Little Shop of Horrors and Cover Girl. But, like everyone I here I have many favorites. Besides the wonderful songs, the plots of these musicals also play a major roll in repetitive viewing, costumes, and the dancing and the people doing the dancing. I also shamefully love The Worst Witch, not a true musical, but they sing a fair amount.
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