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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.

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

Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory

Directed by Mel Stuart

Faithful to the spirit of Roald Dahl’s original book, Stuart’s adaptation chronicles the enigmatic and reclusive candy baron Willy Wonka

42nd Street

Directed by Lloyd Bacon, Busby Berkeley

During the early 1930s, Warner Bros. churned out a series of “backstage musicals” featuring complex choreography by the legendary Busby

Gold Diggers of 1933

Directed by Mervyn LeRoy, Busby Berkeley

Busby Berkeley’s second of three “backstage musicals” for Warner Bros. in 1933 was the fabled Gold Diggers of 1933, which

Footlight Parade

Directed by Lloyd Bacon, Busby Berkeley

Busby Berkeley’s last of three “backstage musicals” made at Warner Bros. in 1933 is the delightful, somewhat overshadowed Footlight Parade,

Oliver!

Directed by Carol Reed

In this adaptation of the Broadway musical based on Charles Dickens’s novel, nine-year-old orphan Oliver Twist (Mark Lester) falls in

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Mary Poppins

Directed by Robert Stevenson

Winner of five Oscars, including Best Music and Best Actress for Julie Andrews, and nominated for seven more, Mary Poppins

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,