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3.0 su 5 stelle An inexpensive way to go panning for musical gold 21 aprile 2007
Di calvinnme - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Acquisto verificato
I own three of the 50 classic movie packs so far - horror, comedy, and my latest purchase, this 50 musicals pack. I really liked the horror and comedy packs, but I felt like I had to go panning for gold in this pack more than the other two. The movies can be broken down into four basic categories, and depending on how you feel about them, you may or may not consider this a worthwhile purchase.

1. Early talkie pre-code musicals and pseudo-musicals. These include "Glorifying the American Girl", "Dixiana", "The Great Gabbo", "Palooka", "Reaching for the Moon", "Check and Double Check", and "King Kelly of the USA". Because these movies were made in the era of 1929 - 1934, you have to deal with the problems of early sound era cinematography and some crackling in the audio. However, if you are a big film history buff like myself, this collection is a cost-effective way to view and own these rarely seen films. Realize that "Glorifying the American Girl" and "The Great Gabbo" do not include the Technicolor sequences that were originally filmed for them - both movies are entirely in Black and White.

2. Great movies that inexplicably are in the public domain. The movies in this category include "Royal Wedding" with Fred Astaire, "Till the Clouds Roll By" with Judy Garland, "Swing Hostess" and "Stage Door Canteen" with a variety of stars. Of course, your version of "great movies" will vary according to taste.

3. Good to poor movies that are in the public domain. This is the largest class of movies in the group. The better ones include "Hi Diddle Diddle" starring Adolphe Menjou that is more of a comedy than anything and is obviously targeted at a World War II audience. I also enjoyed "Calendar Girl" which had some pretty good music and OK performances. "Black Tights" with Maurice Chevalier and Cyd Charisse has some great dancing in it, but the video transfer is truly awful, and "Second Chorus" is a film that has Fred Astaire playing a collegiate trumpet player of all things and is quite enjoyable but certainly not in the league with Astaire's top films. Of course, in this category, you must also tolerate the "dross with the divine". The worst movies in this category are "Wild Guitar" which I would just recommend because it has to be one of the worst films I have ever seen, and it isn't even that old compared to the others in this pack. Made in 1962, it is obviously supposed to be a copy of Elvis Presley's story. However, the star of this film - Arch Hall, Jr. - is no Elvis in either the acting, singing, or looks department. "Road Show" is pure punishment to sit through. Adolphe Menjou, who can usually make any picture better, cannot save this 70 minute long slapstick parade that gets tiresome after 20 minutes. Last but not least, is "The Dancing Pirate", which is so bad it is good. It involves an 1830's Boston dance instructor who is kidnapped by pirates, escapes in California, and winds up giving dancing lessons to the then all-Hispanic residents of that territory. It is as campy as it sounds, and actually fun in places.

4. African-American musicals from the 30's through the 50's made by long defunct companies. Besides the early-talkie musicals and films, this is the other reason to own this collection. Although some stereotypes can be found in these productions, they largely portray African-Americans as normal and dignified individuals decades before the civil rights era began to bear any fruit in popular culture. Most of the plots are very thin and are just there to hold together the musical performances - and what performances they are! The performers include Nat King Cole, Cab Calloway, Lena Horne, Duke Ellington and his Orchestra, as well as some acts I had never heard of that perform some great rhythm and blues numbers. These films include "Duke is Tops", "Reet, Petite and Gone", "Killer Diller", and "Paradise in Harlem" among many others. To enjoy these films you will have to tolerate the rather cheap looking sets probably due to the rock-bottom budgets these film gems had to endure in order to get produced in the first place.

If you are a fan of the off-beat musicals made from the 1930's through the 1950's as I am and aren't afraid of tolerating the video defects that come with the territory in these old public domain films, I would recommend this set.
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4.0 su 5 stelle 50 Musicals, Chronological Listing 18 dicembre 2012
Di Cust#Infinity&Thensome - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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Classic Musicals : 50 Movies on 12 double-sided discs :

1929 Great Gabbo, The Eric Von Stroheim Betty Compson Donald Douglas
1930 Glorifying the American Girl Mary Eaton Helen Morgan Eddie Cantor Rudy Vallee Noah Beery Jr.
1930 Dixiana Bebe Daniels Bert Wheeler Robert Woolsey
1930 Reaching For The Moon Douglas Fairbanks Bebe Daniels Edward Everett Horton
1931-32 : see 1946 Bing Crosby compilation The Road To Hollywood
1933 Check and Double Check Duke Ellington Freeman F Gosden Charles J Correll (Amos 'n' Andy) Sue Carol
1934 Palooka Jimmy Durante Lupe Velez Stuart Erwin
1934 King Kelly of the USA Edgar Kennedy Guy Robertson Irene Ware
1936 Sitting on the Moon Grace Bradley Roger Pryor William Newell
1936 Big Show, The Gene Autry Smiley Burnette Kay Hughes
1937 Sing, Cowboy, Sing Tex Ritter Al St John Karl Hackett
1937 Rhythm in the Clouds Patricia Ellis Warren Hull William Newell
1939 Paradise in Harlem Mamie Smith Frank L Wilson Norman Astwood
1940 Up in the Air Frankie Darro Marjorie Reynolds Mantan Moreland
1941 Sunny Anna Neagle Ray Bolger Edward Everett Horton
1941 Fiesta Anne Ayars Jorge Negrete Armida
1941 Let's Go Collegiate Gale Storm Frankie Darro Marcia Mae Jones
1941 Second Chorus Fred Astaire Paulette Goddard Artie Shaw
1941 Road Show Adolph Menjou Carole Landis John Hubbard
1941 All-American Co-Ed Johnny Downs Frances Langford Noah Beery Jr.
1941 Murder With Music Bob Howard Nellie Hill Alston&Young Bill Dillard Noble Sissle
1942 Private Buckaroo Andrews Sisters Shemp Howard Donald O'Connor
1943 Stage Door Canteen Kenny Baker Tallulah Bankhead Edgar Bergen Gypsy Rose Lee Ray Bolger
1943 Career Girl Frances Langford Edward Norris Iris Adrian
1943 Hi Diddle Diddle Adolphe Menjou Martha Scott Dennis O'Keefe Billie Burke June Havoc Pola Negri
1944 Minstrel Man Gladys George Benny Fields Alan Dinehart
1944 Trocadero Rosemary Lane Johnny Downs Ralph Morgan
1944 Swing Hostess Martha Tilton Iris Adrian Charles Collins
1945 Delightfully Dangerous Jane Powell Ralph Bellamy Arthur Treacher
1945 Soundies Festival Ethel Waters Eddy Green Dusty Fletcher
1945 Soundies Cavalcade Lena Horne Teddy Wilson Dusty Fletcher
1946 Duke is Tops, The Lena Horne Ralph Cooper Laurence Criney
1946 People Are Funny Jack Haley Rudy Valee Art Linkletter
1946 Doll Face Dennis O'Keefe Perry Como Vivian Blaine
1946 Road To Hollywood, The 1931-32 Mack Sennett Bing Crosby shorts Bud Pollard Marion Sayers
1946 Till the Clouds Roll By Judy Garland Frank Sinatra Dinah Shore June Allyson Angela Lansbury; Jerome Kern story, including Show Boat sequence with Lena Horne Kathryn Grayson Tony Martin Virginia O'Brian
1946 Breakfast in Hollywood Bonita Granville Beulah Bondi Zasu Pitts
1947 Hi Di Ho Cab Calloway Ida James Jeni Le Gon
1947 Fabulous Dorseys, The Tommy Dorsey Jimmy Dorsey Paul Whiteman
1947 Calendar Girl Jane Frazee William Marshall Victor McLaglen
1947 Reet, Petite and Gone Louis Jordan June Richmond Milton Wood
1948 Killer Diller Nat King Cole Johnny Miller Oscar Moore
1951 Mr Imperium Lana Turner Ezio Pinza Debbie Reynolds
1951 Royal Wedding Fred Astaire Jane Powell Peter Lawford Sarah Churchill Keenan Wynn Albert Sharpe
1952 Jack And The Beanstalk Bud Abbott Lou Costello Buddy Baer
1955 Rock N' Roll Revue Duke Ellington Nat King Cole Lionel Hampton
1955 Rhythm and Blues Revue Nat King Cole Sarah Vaughn Count Basie
1956 Rock, Rock, Rock Tuesday Weld Chuck Berry Valerie Harper
1957 Pied Piper of Hamelin, The Van Johnson Jim Backus Claude Rains
1962 Wild Guitar Arch Hall Jr. Nancy Czar Arch Hall Sr.
1962 Black Tights ( orig. title: 1-2-3-4 ou Les Collants noirs. France. 1961.140 min.if complete. This is probably a 124 min. print, the version released in the USA. ) Maurice Chevalier narr. Hans von Manen is in three of the sequences.
4 Roland Petit ballets :
La croqueuse de diamants The Diamond Cruncher (1950) Zizi Jeanmaire
Cyrano de Bergerac (1959) R.Petit:"Cyrano" Moira Shearer:"Roxane"
Deuil en 24 heures A Merry Mourning(1953) Cyd Charisse
Carmen (1949) Zizi Jeanmaire R.Petit:"Don Jose" Henning Kronstam:"Bullfighter"

Many thanks to Barbara De Roes for posting the list of titles originally.
I felt I had to have them in chronological order, so, cut-&-paste, cut-&-paste...I looked a few of them up, made a few additions and corrections... And the set as I got it had replaced The Dancing Pirate, 1936, with Sing, Cowboy, Sing, 1937.
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5.0 su 5 stelle Good set for the money; Anna Neagle Sunny is rare 28 luglio 2011
Di Robert A. Bowers - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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I just received this set a few days ago and have spot checked all the discs in it. All films play, most are reasonably decent quality; a few of the older ones, especially the Soundies sets, are poor prints, but the material is very rare and hearing those bands and singers perform is a real treat. I am looking forward to watching some of the all-black musicals as well. I have read about these movies but never seen them. Again, I think they are very rare on disc. I bought this set because, for years, I have been looking for a decent print of Anna Neagle/Ray Bolger in Sunny. It's a long way from perfect but this is, by far, the best print of this rare movie I have seen. This is a nice way to get a large number of films, most of them not the kind to turn up even on Turner Classic Movies, at a low, low price. I paid $11.95 for my set, bringing my cost to about 40 cents per film. Hard to beat that!
4 di 4 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle Great Movies From The Past & Worth It 17 aprile 2015
Di Joe Zyzyx - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
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In a way you feel bad that so many great movies now sell so cheaply, because it's not a true reflection of the value they give you in great entertainment, which makes this a real steal. You can do a 3 day weekend during the worst winter weather while watching these and never get the winter blues at all!
1 di 1 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
4.0 su 5 stelle The quality of the individual films is pretty poor, and only one of the movies is ... 6 dicembre 2016
Di Alina - Pubblicato su Amazon.com
Formato: DVD Acquisto verificato
The quality of the individual films is pretty poor, and only one of the movies is what I would call a "classic" as I have never heard of any of the others, but they are all very good films. Very enjoyable to watch for sure! Considering the price, it was a good buy.


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