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The Big Broadcast

Directed by Frank Tuttle

In 1932 Paramount rounded up an impressive roster of radio personalities and threw them into this lightly plotted story about

The Lives of Hamilton Fish

Directed by Rachel Mason

Rachel Mason wrote, directed and stars in this inventive cinematic rock-opera-fantasy inspired by a true story. On January 16, 1936,

The Magic Flute

Directed by Ingmar Bergman

Bergman’s adaptation of Mozart’s opera—the tale of a young man determined to rescue a beautiful princess from the clutches of

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,

The Tales of Hoffmann

Directed by Michael Powell, Emeric Pressburger

Martin Scorsese’s Film Foundation and the British Film Archive teamed up for this dazzling digital restoration of one of the

The Umbrellas of Cherbourg

Directed by Jacques Demy

Demy’s first true musical is every bit as color- and sun-drenched as the classical Hollywood musicals from which the filmmaker

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.

The Young Girls of Rochefort

Directed by Jacques Demy

The conclusion of Demy’s unofficial romantic trilogy follows Lola and The Umbrellas of Cherbourg in its focus on French coastal

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