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Sun, Sep 24

Singin’ in the Rain

Directed by Gene Kelly, Stanley Donen

The greatest musical ever made? Many would vote for this exuberant valentine to the days when movies learned to talk.

Sun, Oct 8

Bugsy Malone

Directed by Alan Parker

Alan Parker's laugh-filled debut film is a nostalgic, prohibition-set gangster musical cast entirely with children. Exploiting every crime cliché imaginable

The Wizard of Oz

Directed by Victor Fleming

In 1939, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer was at the height of its powers as a studio producing the most lavish films in Hollywood.

King of Jazz

Directed by John Murray Anderson

Newly restored to digital glory by Universal Pictures, this long-forgotten Technicolor musical revue stars legendary bandleader Paul Whiteman and soon-to-be-superstar

Swing Time

Directed by George Stevens

Gambling hoofer Lucky Garnett (Fred Astaire) leaves his bride standing at the altar one too many times and now must

The Red Shoes

Directed by Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger

One of the masterpieces of British and musical, cinema, Powell and Pressburger’s backstage love story is a rhapsody of color,

Kiss Me, Kate

Directed by George Sidney

Bright and colorful in the best MGM style, Kiss Me, Kate is an epic battle of the sexes brought to

Cupcakes

Directed by Eytan Fox

A group of friends in a Tel Aviv suburb gathers to watch “Universong,” a Eurovision-style song contest, trying to forget

Mamele

Directed by Joseph Green, Konrad Tom

In this early Yiddish “talkie” starring musical queen Molly Picon as “Mamele” (little mother), the dutiful daughter keeps her family

Gigi

Directed by Vincente Minnelli

Winner of nine Academy Awards, including Best Picture and Best Director, this glorious depiction of Belle Époque Paris stars Leslie

Purple Rain

Directed by Albert Magnoli

Prince’s electrifying film debut, set against the thriving Minneapolis music scene, finds him as a struggling musician dealing with the

The Band Wagon

Directed by Vincente Minnelli

This Technicolor extravaganza came at a time when MGM could do no wrong, especially the Freed Unit (named for producer