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The Old-Fashioned Way (1934) [One of the very few W.C. Fields movies that I like].

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The Flight of the Phoenix (1965)

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This may sound silly, but it would be kind of interesting to see "GONE WITH THE WIND" made into a musical.  There's so many scenes and events throughout the movie that can be made into songs.

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4 minutes ago, SummerStars said:

This may sound silly, but it would be kind of interesting to see "GONE WITH THE WIND" made into a musical.  There's so many scenes and events throughout the movie that can be made into songs.

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It's not silly. Years ago when I was a student in London I remember going past the theater that had a musical version of "Gone With the Wind". I can't recall if it was that successful worldwide. But it seemed to be successful in London.

 

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It's not silly. Years ago when I was a student in London I remember going past the theater that had a musical version of "Gone With the Wind". I can't recall if it was that successful worldwide. But it seemed to be successful in London. 

Well, that's really interesting!  I don't know if I ever read about that musical version in a magazine that referenced different variations of this movie, including some made for television (as well as a televised version of "CASABLANCA" from the late 1950s).

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"SWEET CHARITY" (only because Gwen Verdon seemed born for the role as Charity, although Shirley MacLaine was still good in the movie adaptaion)

 

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