Hollywood Musicals of the '50s

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Released 1999

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Hollywood Musicals of the '50s

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1999
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Hollywood Musicals of the '50s is a comprehensive documentary commemorating the history and showmanship behind some of America's most inspirational musicals from the '50s. Such an era is steeped in film history, where many of the greatest dancers like Gene Kelley and Fred Astaire paved the way for future performers to shine. Watch as Hollywood Musical's of the '50s provides extra segments highlighting key dance sequences that have become so memorable over time. The film runs for 125 minutes and features clips and commentary about a collection of the most popular, iconic musical feature films of the century. The DVD includes notable scenes from American classics such as Singin' in the Rain, Showboat, Oklahoma! and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. Also included are special behind-the-scenes' interviews of the talented stars that made these films so famous. Collectively, the documentary provides a nostalgic look into entertainment of the past.

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    Arts, Documentary, Music

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    Culture, Musicals