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Favourite all time musical


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I am presuming you mean film musicals Geezer.

I will go with a top three.

1. Oliver (Ron Moody puts in the finest musical performance ever!)

2. Rocky Horror Picture Show

3. Singing in the Rain

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Hmmm - difficult to narrow it down to one - loved Singing in the Rain, Oliver, The Rocky Horror Picture Show, La Cage Aux Folles (the proper French version, please) Oklahoma, Carousel and Seven Brides for Seven brothers (especially the snow scene with Russ Tamblyn leaping over logs)

Didn't like Moulin Rouge - sorry, ES

My embarrassing admssion is I love Calamity Jane - the Deadwood Stage - I remember as a child being absolutely disgusted with her when she got all cleaned up and pretty in a dress instead of wearing her buckskins!

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Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

Which included the classic line 'What do I need manners for? I got me a wife!'

Can't believe I forgot abut that - that knocks Singing in the Rain out of my top three.

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For the acting Oliver.

For the music Grease.

For the storyline Fiddler on the roof.

For the choreography My fair lady.

Overall Grease because I was a very young teenager at the time it came out, and the songs actually remind me of the summer that year (79 wasnt it)?

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Gonna make myself look a right prat here (what's new? I hear you ask) and say that my all time favourite musical is Singin' In The Rain. Modern(ish) era it would be Grease.

There you go, I've said it now.

ow very metro-sexual of you, good to see you comfortable with your feminine side. you big woofter....

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Older stuff I like Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Bless Your beautiful Hide)

mid stuff I must have seen Grease a million times down to my missus and Daughter..I quite like it (wont tell them)

new stuff Dream Girls, I know but I liked it :DrINKing:

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Dolly Parton's "9 to 5" is set to have a musical on Broadway soon, so it'll be that ;)

Grease, Mamma Mia, Grease and Oklahoma. Also like My Fair Lady, but sorry Audrey, Julie is better!

Gem, off topic I know but my missus loves Dolly Parton and I wondered if you;d heard anything by Trisha Yearwood as she has loads of her stuff as well.?

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Can't say that I have Chippy, I'll go and have a look on iTunes, see what I can find.

I think its best we don't turn this into a Dolly topic... I won't shut up ;)

She is a-mazing, don't even like country music thaat much.

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Can't say that I have Chippy, I'll go and have a look on iTunes, see what I can find.

I think its best we don't turn this into a Dolly topic... I won't shut up ;)

She is a-mazing, don't even like country music thaat much.

I think you'll like her, if you find you do let me know and I'll get Lisa (the missus) to copy her albums for you, shes got loads..

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