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Classic Musicals 50 Movie Pack [Edizione: Germania]

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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
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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5.0 su 5 stelle A perfect fortnight of movie bliss 24 luglio 2006
Di Mart Sander - Pubblicato su
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This is an absolute treasure: it costs almost nothing, it takes very little space, and it gives you about 50 hours of uninterrupted viewing / listening pleasure. I've just finished my first disk (it happenend to be the last, nr 12) and I am absolutely astonished: I've seen six films of which I had previously heard nothing, met several beautiful and gifted stars and starlets who were totally unfamiliar to me, and heard dozens of great and lesser songs. Included on this disc was an early Technicolor extravaganza Fiesta, which was stated to be B/W but was in glorious Technicolor nevertheless. I was expecting a load of poor quality public domain VHS transfers, but the six films on this disk were all very decent in their picture and sound quality, regarding that these are mostly B flicks from lesser studios. Most of the films are quite short - 45-65 minutes, so you don't have the time to get bored. I recommend this set to everyone who enjoys classic musicals from the 30s and 40s and who thinks he has seen most of these. Major MGM-Warner productions, maybe, but these long forgotten little gems - never!
30 di 30 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
5.0 su 5 stelle No blockbusters here 30 giugno 2007
Di Roger Long - Pubblicato su
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While the most celebrated musicals have been left out of this large collection, what remains is still worthwhile. The experience of watching these is a travel back in time, to a somewhat more innocent era of film making. True, there was the Depression, Prohibition, World War II, etc., which were not innocent at all, but the musicals that depicted them were.

In fact, there are moments that are almost magical in these films, such as in the one about the Dorsey brothers. And the quality of the transfers to DVD is acceptable if not perfect. This boxed set is a real find.
52 di 54 persone hanno trovato utile la seguente recensione
3.0 su 5 stelle On a 1 to 10 scale, this collection rates : 5.8 4 aprile 2007
Di Annie Van Auken - Pubblicato su
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MUSICALS CLASSICS 50 MOVIE PACK is a fine and varied collection of second-tier song-filled Hollywood productions, primarily from the 1940s. The special appeal of this set is the sheer volume of mostly forgotten musicals offered for exploration to all fans of this genre. A definite find!

Forty-eight titles in this collection were graded on a 1 to 10 scale by users of a website devoted to film data. The averaged out rating for these movies is: 5.8.

Score doesn't include condition of the antique films or audio/video transfer quality. The following alphabetized program list offers individual film rankings, the CORRECT years of release, as well as some cast members for each.

(4.8) All-American Co-Ed (1941) - Frances Langford/Noah Beery Jr./Harry Langdon
(5.8) The Big Show (1936) - Gene Autry/Smiley Burnette/Sons Of The Pioneers
(6.4) Black Tights (France-1960) - Cyd Charisse/Maurice Chevalier/Moira Shearer
(6.2) Breakfast In Hollywood (1946) - Bonita Granville/Beulah Bondi/Billie Burke
(6.1) Calendar Girl (1947) - Jane Frazee/William Marshall/Victor McLaglen
(6.2) Career Girl (1943) - Frances Langford/Edward Norris/Iris Adrian
(5.5) Check And Double Check (1930) - Freeman Gosden/Charles Correll/Duke Ellington orch.
(5.2) Dancing Pirate (1936) - Frank Morgan/Charles Collins/Rita Hayworth (minor dancing part)
(5.9) Delightfully Dangerous (1945) - Jane Powell/Ralph Bellamy/Arthur Treacher
(5.7) Dixiana (1930) - Bebe Daniels/Bert Wheeler/Robert Wolsey
(6.3) Doll Face (1945) - Vivian Blaine /Perry Como/Carmen Miranda
(5.3) The Duke Is Tops (1938) - Lena Horne/Ralph Cooper/Laurence Criney
(5.4) The Fabulous Dorseys (1947) -Tommy Dorsey/Jimmy Dorsey/Paul Whiteman
(5.0) Fiesta (1941) - Anne Ayars/Jorge Negrete/Armida
(6.3) Glorifying The American Girl (1929) - Eddie Cantor/Rudy Vallee/Noah Beery Jr. (all in support)
(6.4) The Great Gabbo (1929) - Eric Von Stroheim/Betty Compson/Helen Kane (in support)
(5.8) Hi-De-Ho (1947) - Cab Calloway/Ida James/Jeni Le Gon
(7.3) Hi Diddle Diddle (1943) - Adolphe Menjou/Pola Negri/Billie Burke
(5.5) Jack And The Beanstalk (1952) - Bud Abbott/Lou Costello/Buddy Baer
(6.2) Killer Diller (1948) - Dusty Fletcher/Butterfly McQueen/King Cole Trio
(3.5) King Kelly Of The USA (1934) - Edgar Kennedy/Franklin Pangborn/Irene Ware
(6.1) Let's Go Collegiate (1941) Frankie Darro/Marcia Mae Jones/Mantan Moreland/Gale Storm
(6.2) Minstrel Man (1944) - Gladys George/Benny Fields/William Frawley (in support)
(5.1) Mr. Imperium (1951) - Lana Turner/Ezio Pinza/Debbie Reynolds
(5.4) Murder With Music (1941) - Alston/Nellie Hill/Bob Dillard/Noble Sissle (in support)
(5.9) Palooka (1934) - Jimmy Durante/Lupe Velez/Stuart Erwin
(5.2) Paradise In Harlem (1939) - Mamie Smith/Frank L. Wilson/Norman Astwood
(6.6) People Are Funny (1946) - Jack Haley/Rudy Valee/Ozzie Nelson/Art Linkletter
(6.0) The Pied Piper Of Hamelin (TV-1957) -Van Johnson/Claude Rains/Jim Backus
(5.7) Private Buckaroo (1942) - Andrews Sisters/Joe E. Lewis/Shemp Howard/Harry James
(5.9) Reaching For The Moon (1930) - Douglas Fairbanks/Bebe Daniels/Edward Everett Horton
(7.0) Reet, Petite And Gone (1947) - Louis Jordan/June Richmond/Milton Wood
(5.1) Rhythm And Blues Revue (1955) - Nat King Cole/Sarah Vaughn/Count Basie
(6.1) Rhythm In The Clouds (1937) - Patricia Ellis/Warren Hull/William Newell
(5.5) Road Show (1941) - Adolph Menjou/Carole Landis/Patsy Kelly
(5.7) The Road To Hollywood (1947) - Bing Crosby/Bud Pollard/Marion Sayers (in archive footage)
(4.9) Rock, Rock, Rock (1956) - Alan Freed/Tuesday Weld/The Moonglows/Chuck Berry
(5.1) Rock N' Roll Revue (1955) - Duke Ellington/Nat King Cole/Lionel Hampton
(6.6) Royal Wedding (1951) - Fred Astaire/Jane Powell/Peter Lawford
(5.8) Second Chorus (1940) - Fred Astaire/Paulette Goddard/Artie Shaw
(6.3) Sitting On The Moon (1936) - Grace Bradley/Roger Pryor/William Newell
(???) Soundies Cavalcade - Lena Horne/Teddy Wilson/Dusty Fletcher
(???) Soundies Festival - Ethel Waters/Eddy Green/Dusty Fletcher
(6.4) Stage Door Canteen (1943) - Kenny Baker/Tallulah Bankhead/Ray Bolger
(5.0) Sunny (1941) - Anna Neagle/Ray Bolger/Edward Everett Horton
(7.2) Swing Hostess (1944) - Martha Tilton/Iris Adrian/Charles Collins
(6.4) Till The Clouds Roll By (1946) - June Allyson/Judy Garland/Frank Sinatra/Van Heflin
(7.1) Trocadero (1944) - Rosemary Lane/Johnny Downs/Sheldon Leonard
(6.8) Up In The Air (1940) - Frankie Darro/Marjorie Reynolds/Mantan Moreland
(4.2) Wild Guitar (1962) - Arch Hall Jr./Nancy Czar/Arch Hall Sr.
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4.0 su 5 stelle Good value for money 4 ottobre 2009
Di Ellen L.S. - Pubblicato su
Formato: DVD Acquisto verificato
I'm still getting through all 50 movies. So far, not bad.
PROS: Some of the movie quality is a bit dark. But it is black and white and I guess authentic to the movie. This is fine viewing if you aren't expecting HD. This is definitely for "classic movie buffs" who enjoy the black & white quality of movies. The audio is stays true to the time of the movie. No surround sound here.
CONS: Wish there was an option for English subtitles. Some of the singers are a bit pitchy and hard to understand.

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