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  1. 🎷High Society🎷 (I Adore Louis Armstrong) 😁
  2. Julia Misbehaves Next: Katharine Hepburn
  3. Do I Love You, Do I? From DuBarry Was A Lady
  4. This was also if I’m not mistaken, Louie Calhern’s last movie as well. (High Society).
  5. 42nd Street from “42nd Street”. Next: Shared a musical dance number with a dog.
  6. In NO particular order: Singin’ In The Rain Kiss Me Kate Anchors Aweigh On The Town Take Me Out To The Ball Game The Wizard of Oz Meet Me in St. Louis Till The Clouds Roll By (LOVE Frank Sinatra singing Old Man River at the very end!) Silk Stockings (Glorious Technicolor, Breathtaking CinemaScope and Stereophonic Sound) Thousands Cheer An American in Paris Brigadoon The Music Man Summer Stock The Pirate In The Good Old Summertime Robin and the Seven Hoods Annie Get Your Gun Seven
  7. I haven’t seen too many bad musicals to be honest. Some of the ones mentioned on here to me aren’t bad. I liked the 1982 version of Annie. I also liked The Rocky Horror Picture Show. Xanadu was only tolerable because of Gene Kelly being in it. It’s been a long time since I’ve seen A Chorus Line. I’ll have to watch it again to make up my mind on that one...lol. I agree with both The Wiz and Grease 2, though. Also, I did enjoy both La La Land and The Greatest Showman.
  8. 1. Katharine Hepburn 2. Lauren Bacall 3. Judy Garland
  9. I own a lot of Humphrey Bogart movies (I am still trying to collect more). I will watch/own any movie this man has ever made because he makes it worth watching just by appearing in it. Among the movies I own is We’re No Angels. Although he wasn’t a singer, I have to say he sounded pretty good in that film and also in The African Queen.
  10. I have to say, I pick THE BIG SLEEP as my favorite too! Pretty easy to tell which part of the film is by far, my favorite 😁
  11. I picked the ‘40s in this poll, but both the ‘30s and ‘50s were close seconds. Since these were the main decades my three all-time faves (Humphrey Bogart, Clark Gable, and Gene Kelly) made untimely unforgettable films, those are the decades I enjoy most 💜
  12. The African Queen (1951) Humphrey Bogart (1957) Katharine Hepburn (2003) Robert Morley (1992) Theodore Bikel (2015) Peter Bull (1984) Walter Gotell (1997) Richard Marner (2004) Peter Swanwick (1968) Directed by John Huston (1987)
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