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  1. Hi,

    what specific films are we to watch this week?



  2. Loved Born to Dance. Eleanor Powell was incredible! Buddy Ebsen just beat Ray Bolger as the Scarecrow in comedic dancing for me. Wow, a new favorite for me to watch again. Pure pleasure and entertainment. The cop pantomime was fun and done to perfection, but in a weird spot. I don’t know the reasoning behind the cops spot and can’t think of anywhere the bit could fit in the film. “Under My Skin” dance was gorgeous and awe inspiring. It was like they were floating on ice skates. Loved loved loved Born to Dance.
  3. I think when watching Hallelujah, one should acknowledge that it is an African American film. Then watch the great performances and how the story is told, without focusing on race and enjoy a great film. Walking away with a great experience and fully entertained.
  4. I enjoyed the movie. My opinion on racism within the time period the film was made: if a viewer watched this film and knew only that African- Americans were slaves, and this was the viewers only exposure to African-Americans, and believed this was representative of ALL African-Americans, then I see the racism. However, some white and and some African Americans had these experiences. My first question is, how did African Americans feel about the film? 2nd Question: how do African Americans feel about the film now? I enjoyed “Let My People Go”, as a beginning for movie. This movie
  5. Here are a few discussio What do you notice about the interaction between the characters in these two scenes? Please give specific examples. Flirtation! Nelson says he doesn’t like her choice of a man. And asks what kind of a fellow is this man she’s considering. Then she finally says the inside joke, an opera tenor! Hilarious and smart writing bc both are in real life opera singers. Then Nelson gets her back by claiming his song “Rose Marie”, works with a lot of girls names except Maude. So, like she is considering other men he has also others he might be considering. Brillian
  6. I love many musicals and watch musicals over and over.it’s really hard for me to pick. But, thinking overall I will have to say musicals made in the 60’s.
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