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Actually, she is flipping off the pilot because his downdrafts kept knocking her down. ;)
FWIW, I appreciate that you posted the info about the screening. I wouldn't have known about it. So thanks for that. I have never seen Funny Lady...
Sometime soon I must recount how I went down to Plymouth Rock and helped the Pilgrims off the boat. Old, indeed.
WAC- if you read this, PLEASE keep the musicals coming! They are the BEST!
Frankly, I think that your statement about the overture is a bit heavy-handed. I am "on board" with this release, and in fact purchased five...
I can't believe how film-like the image is. I had a great time watching this.
Nite Owl. I want to ride in his airship. Sure, it's a little wobbly, but I think we could make it.
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Just have to give a little love to the Lee's reprise. Stagey, maybe a little, but I have always found it to be a charming...
Does the SACD have multi-channel sound?
I ordered it, too. I loved the Papermill production that was on PBS many years ago.
IMO, MTM looks good on DVD, and far better than The Bob Newhart Show. I also think MTM on DVD looks better than the syndicated version.
I have found that if you toast a garlic clove (in its paper) in a dry skillet just until the paper starts to color slightly, it still has that...
This is exactly why I didn't go. Last time I went to something like this in Vegas was to see Hello Dolly and Oklahoma! at a Fathom event and the...
Here is a fun little article from The New York Times dated 8/25/1966. Anybody have a picture of the Batbus?
Even if it is a quality DCP, my local theater that screens the fathom events always plays it in their smallest auditorium, which seems to me...
All the blue went to "The King & I".
Oh, that makes me sad. And it is in the stage score, too; a touching scene enhanced by that lovely melody. Oh well.
I liked Phyllis, too, and I would watch Cloris Leachman in anything. I would buy this series instantly.
Wow, that is a terrible review, but I hope you will give it a try. For what it's worth, the original Broadway stage version won the Tony for Best...
Did you see The Music Man projected from film or digital? How did it look?
Wasn't The Music Man (1962) also Technirama?