"When Entertainers were entertaining." For those younger members of our forum who think a musical is an animated film with musical numbers from Disney, you are in for a wonderful surprise. For many of us on Home Theater Forum, the That's Entertainment 3-Disk Box-set is a must-buy; yet I urge everyone who loves film to at least rent the first original film, That's Entertainment and go from there. Roger Ebert has said that: There was a time in Hollywood that to really make it, you either had to be an extraordinary actor like Spencer Tracy, handsome and dashing like Errol Flynn, beautiful and mysterious like Greta Garbo, or, a song and dance man. If you've ever read a biography of a famous actor like Humphrey Bogart or Katharine Hepburn you're bound to come across a passage where they describe their pleasure and awe of "people with real talent" like Astaire & Rogers, Kelley, and Garland." "The Great Ones" could not only do comedy and drama, they were the industry's best singers and dancers, and oh how they sang and danced. I watch That's Entertainment 2 or 3 times a year. Every time I find myself mesmerized by the raw talent of these legends. Even if you dislike classic Hollywood musicals and think that these films are "Old School" you have to give That's Entertainment a try. It may just change your mind.