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    Saving Mr. Banks

    Saving Mr. Banks

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    Released 2013
    Film mogul Walt Disney (Tom Hanks) works with author P.L. Travers (Emma Thompson) on the movie "Mary Poppins."
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    The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea

    The Little Mermaid II: Return to the Sea

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    Released 2000
    Disney's under the sea classic continues The Little Mermaid II: Return To The Sea, the magical sequel to one of the most celebrated animated films of all time! Ariel, Sebastian, Flounder and all your favorite characters from the original movie splash into a wonderful adventure overflowing with more unforgettable characters, fin-tapping songs and an exciting, action-packed story. Ariel and Eric must hide their precious daughter Melody’s mermaid heritage to protect her from Ursula’s revengeful sister Morgana. But when the lure of the sea proves too strong for Melody, they call upon King Triton and all the good creatures on land and under the waves to help rescue their daughter and restore harmony to the seas.moreless
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    High School Musical 3: Senior Year

    High School Musical 3: Senior Year

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    Released 2008
    High School Musical 3: Senior Year is a 2008 Disney family comedy in the style of a musical, starring Zac Efron, Vanessa Hudgens, Ashley Tisdale, Lucas Grabeel, Corbin Bleu, Monique Coleman, Olesya Rulin, and Chris Warren Jr. in a song-packed follow up to the first two movies in the very popular High School Musical series. Troy Bolton (Zac Efron), Gabriella Montez (Vanessa Hudgens) and friends are now in their senior year of high school and even nearing the end of that. With Gabriella’s dream of attend the Julliard School of the Arts in New York City and Troy’s countering plans of attending the nearby University of New Mexico on a basketball scholarship, it looks like American tweens’s favorite couple is headed for a split. Everyone is growing up and trying to go out with a bang in this song-and-dance packed movie about a huge transition in every college-bound high school senior’s life. High School Musical 3: Senior Year won two 2009 Blimp Awards, two 2009 MTV Movie Awards, a 2008 Phoenix Film Critics Society (PFCS) Award, and two 2009 Teen Choice Awards, and was nominated for five additional 2009 Teen Choice Awards, a 2009 Golden Reel Award, and 3 additional 2009 MTV Movie Awards.moreless
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    Annie: Special Anniversary Edition

    Annie: Special Anniversary Edition

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    Released 1982
    Annie is a musical film directed by John Huston adapted from the stage music of the same name and the Little Orphan Annie comic strip by Harold Gray that centers on Annie (Aileen Quinn), a young orphan living in the Hudson Street Orphanage in New York City who has hope that some day her parents would return to get her. Known for her never-ending optimism and her knack for constantly running away, Annie finds herself rebelling against the drunken tyrant Miss Hannigan (Carol Burnett), the orphanage's caretaker. Much to Miss Hannigan's dismay, it seems Annie and her newfound dog Sandy are taken into the home of billionaire Oliver Warbucks (Albert Finney), thanks to his need for a public image boost and the compassion of Miss Grace Farrell (Ann Reinking). As Annie is exposed to a world full of possibilities, Miss Hannigan conspires with her con-artist brother Rooster (Tim Curry) and his girlfriend Lily St. Regis (Bernadette Peters) to get Warbucks's reward for Annie's parents to return.moreless
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    The Sound of Music

    The Sound of Music

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    Released 1965
    The Sound of Music is the 1965 musical sensation that has become a staple of the genre, won numerous Academy Awards and remains one of the most beloved films of all time, from director Robert Wise (The Day the Earth Stood Still). Julie Andrews (My Fair Lady) stars as Maria, a nun who is just so in love with the world. The nuns get tired of it, so they send her off to become the nanny of Colonel Von Trapp's (Christopher Plummer, Wolf, Dolores Claiborne) house. There are tons of kids in the family. At first, the kids don't like her, but they soon start to. There are many things going on in the house. The oldest daughter is dating a Nazi. The father is engaged to a obstreperous shrew. Maria soon falls in love with the father, and the father soon falls for her. Winner of five Oscars including Best Picture, Best Director and Best Music.moreless
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    Grease

    Grease

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    Released 1978
    Grease is the 1978 hit musical featuring featuring a young John Travolta and Olivia Newton-John, and is now available on Amazon. Grease tells the story of 1950's high school adolescence and the trials and tribulations of finding ones identity in a world of cliques, posers, and peer-pressure. Travolta plays Danny Zuko, a member of the leather-wearing, hair-slicking T-Birds who falls in love with (what was supposed to be a summer fling) wholesome Australian exchange student Sandy Olsson. When school starts up again, Danny and Sandy are shocked to find out they go to the same school, where the freedom of those summer nights no longer apply. Danny is no longer the sensitive nice guy he was, and Sandy is left heartbroken, and takes comfort with her new friends, the gum chewing, flashy and sassy Pink Ladies. She does her best to fit in to her new school while ignoring Danny's distasteful bravado. The two soon realize the strength of their true feelings for each other but must give up there reputations around school (the most valued high school currency) to finally be together.moreless
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    Mulan

    Mulan

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    Released 1998
    Mulan is a 1998 animated drama that tells the story of a young woman who impersonates a boy so that she can fight for her country. When Han China is invaded by an army of Huns, the emperor decrees that one man from every family must join the army and fight. When her elderly father, Fa Zhou (Soon-Tek Oh) is chosen, Mulan (Ming-Na) decides to disguise herself and go in his place. Initially, she has difficulty acting like a man and learning how to fight, but in time she becomes a skilled and lethal warrior. Eventually, however, it is discovered that Mulan is a woman, and she is not allowed to fight with the army anymore. Though she is left behind, she journeys ahead to the Imperial City to warn the emperor about the huge enemy force heading his way. Will the words of a young woman sway the emperor or will the country be overrun by the approaching Huns?moreless
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    The Nightmare Before Christmas

    The Nightmare Before Christmas

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    Released 1993
    The Nightmare Before Christmas is an acclaimed and beloved stop motion animation musical holiday favorite (for both Halloween and Christmas) produced by the king of the delightfully ghoulish, Tim Burton (Batman, Edward Scissorhands, Beetlejuice, Batman Returns, Big Fish, Charlie and the Chocolate Factory, Sweeney Todd, Sleepy Hollow and Pee Wee's Big Adventure). Voiced by veteran character actor Chris Sarandon (Fright Night, The Princess Bride, Child's Play, Dog Day Afternoon, Bordello of Blood), Jack Skellington is the mayor of Halloween town who, while his fellow denizens' enthusiasm for the annual festivities peaks, inwardly yearns to experience something different Ð a holiday festivities change of pace. To this end, catching a glimpse of the magical world of Christmas, Skellington decides to politely hijack the holiday and take on Santa Claus's duties himself, taking the rotund Kringle hostage and delivering his own special brand of bestial baubles to a perturbed kid population. Featuring songs composed (and even sung) by renowned maestro Danny Elfman, this modern classic is a delight for all ages.moreless
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    Romance & Cigarettes

    Romance & Cigarettes

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    Released 2005
    Romance and Cigarretts is a 2005 (released in 2006) musical film that tells a very true, gritty, story about life in a working class neighborhood in Queens, New York. The film follows Nick Murder (James Gandolfini) as a husband who journeys into the dark and lonely world of infidelity. The film dives into the idea of redemption as Nick adultery and almost sick fascination with a flame-red haired seductress, named Tula (Kate Winslet), becomes all too serious. Nick's heartbroken and long-suffering wife, Kitty Kane (Susan Sarandon), his new-found adultery with this hot temptress is the final straw in years of pain and anguish. With absolutely no faith left in her own husband, Kitty surprised even herself with the viciousness of her anger as she tries hard to deal with Nick's betrayal. It is only through a tragic twist of fate that Nick's eyes are finally opened to the extent of pain in which he had inflicted on his entire family. It's almost too late for him to realize the essential value of his wife's love and respect.moreless
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    Ski Party

    Ski Party

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    Released 1965
    Ski Party is an Alan Rifkin comedy film released in 1965 by American International Pictures. The film is a slapstick comedy about two college buddies Todd Armstrong (Frankie Avalon) and Craig Gamble (Dwayne Hickman), that are on a never ending mission to score with beautiful co-eds Linda Hughes (Deborah Walley) and Barbara Norris (Yvonne Craig). Used to the sunny beaches by their school, the two classmates decide to try different tactics and organize a ski party trip, but neither of them know anything about skiing. In hopes to gain unlimited access to the girls, Todd and Craig pose as conservative, frumpy English women. Little do they know, their female characters are so convincing that another classmate, Freddie (Aron Kincaid) falls madly in love with Hickman's brunette "bombshell." The film becomes a comedic and scandalous romantic romp through the absurd and somehow ends up back on the sunny beaches of California where Todd and Craig have finally managed to figure out how to speak to women.moreless
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    Tonight You're Mine

    Tonight You're Mine

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    Released 2012
    Can a pair of handcuffs turn two enemies into lovers? Adam (Luke Treadaway) is the lead singer of successful retro-pop group the Make, who are booked to headline a high-profile music festival in Scotland. He arrives at the festival with his keyboard player Tyko (Mathew Baynton) and socialite girlfriend Lake (Ruta Gedmintas), but while trying to track down his manager, he happens upon Morello (Natalia Tena), the frontwoman for the all-female punk band the Dirty Pinks. Morello doesn't think much of Adam and his music, and the feeling is mutual on his part; the two are soon engaged in a fierce argument that attracts the attention of a renegade preacher attending the festival. To teach them a lesson about cooperation and compromise, the preacher handcuffs them together and then throws away the key. Stuck with one another until they can find a locksmith, Adam and Morello are not happy at first with this arrangement -- especially since it means performing together on-stage -- but as the day wears on, the two musicians find they have more in common than they thought, and Morello begins to wonder if she's really happy with her boyfriend Mark (Alastair Mackenzie). You Instead was shot on location at Scotland's annual T in the Park music festival, with most of the scenes filmed while the event was taking place.moreless
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    Easter Parade

    Easter Parade

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    Released 1948
    Don Hewes and Nadine Hale are a dancing team, but she decides to start a career on her own. So he takes the next dancer he meets, Hannah Brown, as a new partner. After a while this new team is so successful, that Florence Ziegfeld is interested in them, but due to the fact, that Nadine Hale dances also in the Ziegfeld Follies Don says no. Inspite of the fact, that he is in love with Hannah, he keeps the relation to her strictly business. So Hannah is of the opinion, that he is still in love with Nadine, and her suspicion grows, when he dances with Nadine in a Night ClubFloor Show.moreless
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    Cab Calloway: Swinging at His Best

    Cab Calloway: Swinging at His Best

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    Released 2005
    Cab Calloway: Swinging at His Best is a video compilation of some of the famous singers best performances. It includes the songs Mama, I Want to Make Rhythm, Blues in the Night, Minnie the Moocher, Virginia, Georgia, and Caroline, The Skunk Song, Hi De Ho, St. James Infirmary, Downtime, Righteous Riff, Hey Now, Caravan, Little Old Lady from Baltimore, Nettie, Blow Top Blues, I Can't Give You Anything But Love, and Cab's Delight. Cab Calloway was highly influential in the evolution of Swing music and started his musical career in the 1920s. His band features many who went on to have famous careers of their own in the future, such as Ben Webster, Dizzy Gillespie, Doc Cheatham and many more. Cab performed with an unbridled enthusiasm and wild spirit which still impresses audiences even today.moreless
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    Presley, Elvis - At Sun Records

    Presley, Elvis - At Sun Records

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    Released 2008
    Presley, Elvis - At Sun Records is the incredible DVD/CD 2-Disc set featuring the full story of Elvis and Sun Records on DVD, plus all the original recordings on CD. THE DVD: A fascinating 90-minute documentary film telling the story of Elvis Presley's first recording sessions - and featuring rare footage, seldom seen photos and exclusive interviews with those who were there at the time. THE CD: All the original Sun recordings, lovingly re-mastered, includes the singles, the b-sides and live tracks recorded throughout 1954 and 1955. It's 32 Tracks in all, plus interviews with Elvis. A tremendous package to be sure!moreless
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    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang

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    Released 1968
    Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is a 1968 children's musical film set in England during the 1910s. Caractacus Potts (Dick Van Dyke) is an eccentric inventor who lives with his two children, Jeremy (Adrian Hall) and Jemima (Heather Ripley), and his peculiar father (Lionel Jeffries). Caractacus meets Truly Scrumptious (Sally Ann Howes), a beautiful upper-class woman, when she brings the children home after she finds them skipping school. Truly is impressed with Caractacus' inventions, but when she lectures him on child-rearing, he quickly becomes offended. The children turn their father's attention to a wrecked Grand Prix motorcar that is about to be sold to the local junkman. Caractacus joins a song-and-dance act to raise the money for the car. He rebuilds the car and names it Chitty Chitty Bang Bang. Caractacus, the children and Truly begin an adventure of unexpected dangers with Chitty Chitty Bang Bang there to rescue them each time.moreless
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    An American Tail: Fievel Goes West

    An American Tail: Fievel Goes West

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    Released 1991
    An American Tale: Fievel Goes West is the sequel to the 1986 film An American Tale. Produced by Steven Spielberg's Amblimation animation studio, Fievel Goes West was released in 1991 and has gone on to become a much-beloved classic children's movie. The story follows Fievel (Philip Glasser) and his family of Jewish-American mice seven years after they had settled into The Bronx, as the Mousekewitz family is tricked into striking out for the Wild West by a wily cat named Cat R. Waul (John Cleese). Cat R. Waul devises a plan to drive all the mice into his greedy paws and has them herded on to a train heading West. Fievel overhears the cats talking and discovers their evil plans for the mice. Threatened by Fievel, Cat R. Waul orders the other cats to throw Fievel from the train, separating him from the rest of his family, the Mousekewitzes. This touching story follows Fievel's adventures as he searches for his family, desperate to be reunited. A beautiful film with an inspirational message, An American Tale: Fievel Goes West will delight audiences of all ages.moreless
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    Tender Mercies

    Tender Mercies

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    Released 1983
    Tender Mercies is a 1983 drama, written by Horton Foote, about a down-and-out country singer who turns his life around with the help of a small-town widow. The country singer, Mac (Robert Duvall), is seen waking up broke, hung-over and alone in a rundown hotel early in the film. With nowhere to go, Mac soon takes a job at the hotel with the kind help of the owner, widow Rosa Lee (Tess Harper). The experience helps him to clean up his destructive ways and he and Rosa soon marry after he is baptized at her request. Now with a clear mind, Mac briefly considers leaving his new family to return to country music. However, after a chance meeting with his estranged daughter (Ellen Barkin), Mac vows never to hurt those close to him ever again. The ghosts of his past force Mac to make a decision that could lead to a more redemptive future.moreless
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    The Muppets Take Manhattan

    The Muppets Take Manhattan

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    Released 1984
    The Muppets Take Manhattan is a musical film centered around Jim Henson's Muppets. Kermit the Frog (Jim Henson) creates a variety show during college entitled Manhattan Melodies. He and his friends try to get the performance accepted on Broadway so they can all be famous, but they have trouble finding a producer to sponsor their show. Most of the Muppets have to find jobs across the country to make ends meet, but Kermit stays in New York to pursue his dream. Combining forces with Rizzo the Rat (Steve Whitmire), Kermit finds himself involved in a series of adventures as he tries to get someone in the music business to look at his play. He pretends to be a producer, angers Liza Minelli by tampering with her photograph and loses his memory when he gets hit by a car. Miss Piggy (Frank Oz) notifies the other Muppets of Kermit's situation, and they return to New York to help him try and recover his memory. The Muppets Take Manhattan was directed by Frank Oz, the voice behind Fozzie Bear, Miss Piggy, and Animal.moreless
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    Mr. Holland's Opus

    Mr. Holland's Opus

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    Released 1995
    Mr. Holland's Opus is a Capra-esque inspirational teacher film about Glenn Holland, played masterfully by Richard Dreyfuss (Jaws, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, American Graffiti, What About Bob?, The Goodbye Girl, Stand by Me, W, Piranha 3D, The Poseidon Adventure), whose dream is to write music. A young wife and the responsibility of a baby about to arrive make him seek a job as a music teacher. Soon, he is no longer paying the rent of an apartment, but considering a house because they no longer fit within such confined space. His dream to compose one piece that would achieve his dream to leave a legacy behind and make a difference in the music world. This is set aside as he takes on the role of mentor, husband, friend, father, teacher, counselor and the more involved he becomes in the dreams of his students, the further his dream appears to be.moreless
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    Cher: The Farewell Tour

    Cher: The Farewell Tour

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    Released 2003
    Cher: The Farewell Tour is a 2003 live recording that celebrates the musical talent and showmanship of one of the most well-known divas of the 20th century. Ever since her meteoric rise to fame with her former partner, Sonny Bono, Cher has won many prestigious awards for her music and acting work and enjoys a loyal fan base. Cher's larger-than-life stage persona is one of the qualities that turned her into a superstar. For Cher's final tour, the entire experience is captured in living, breathing color, so that every fan can relive the power of the diva's grand exit. The superstar covers a range of songs, from "I Still Haven't Found What I'm Looking For" to "I Got You Babe" to "Believe." Her vibrant costume changes pay homage to Cher's history as a pop icon, acknowledging her many different looks over the years. Whether for a new fan or someone who has followed Cher from the very start, the farewell tour is a timeless tribute.moreless
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