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The first Beatle movie and (some would say) the best. Zappy, zany, snappy and with the cuddly mop tops looning about in a lovable manner. find out more...

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The classic musical romance about an ex-GI in Paris to do a spot of painting and falling in love. Containing the Gershwin numbers "I Got Rhythm", "Embraceable You", "Stairway To Paradise" and "Swonderful", and ending with the famous "American In Paris" ballet scene. Won Best Picture at 1950 Academy Awards. find out more...

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Phyllis Dietrichson is trapped in a loveless marriage to a man who inspires in her nothing but contempt, but rather than leave him Phyllis decides to kill him and collect on the insurance policy she's had set up with the help of her lover, and naive partner in crime, insurance salesman Walter Neff. The only flaws in their plan are the company's reluctance to pay out so much, the diligence of Neff's increasingly suspicious colleague, (and his 'little man'), and the exemplary ruthlessness of Ph find out more...

GIGI (1958)

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The famous musical version of the novel by French authoress Colette. Gigi is a tomboy who much to the delight of Maurice Chevalier blooms into a sophisticated young lady. Won Best Picture at 1958 Academy Awards. find out more...
GREASE (1978)

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A high school musical which ripped off everything it could from the 1950s. At the time it was slated, but, in retrospect, it started a trend and is nowhere near as bad as some of the movies which followed it. In fact, one could go as far as to say it's now a bit of a classic... find out more...

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From the writings of Damyon Runyon comes this classic musical about a gambler with a heart of gold, who falls for a Salvation Army girl. Some great songs, including "Fugue for Tinhorns", "Luck Be a Lady" and "Sit Down, You're Rocking the Boat". find out more...

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The staging of a musical, a romance, a bumbling private eye and a man who keeps wandering on with a pot plant for 'Mrs Jones'! is almost incidental to the speed, imagination and sheer craziness in a film that gives the Marx brothers a run for their money. Justifiably described as ‘Pythonesque', Hellzapoppin is a hugely influential comedy classic that can now be seen as way ahead of its time.. find out more...

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Father's news of his transfer to the wild and heady world of New York in 1903 has love-struck teenager Garland upset, as this will mean a forced seperation from her loved-one. So much for plot, but who cares, from the Technicolor cinematography and set decoration to the costumes and musical score, this one is a winner. A fine cast plays in flawless ensemble fashion, the songs are a sheer delight, every one a classic, and Garland never looked better. A screen musical gem, lovely. find out more...

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The amusing story of a cockney flower girl taken in by an elocution teacher and taught to mix with the aristocracy. An entertaining and escapist little story, with several classic catchy songs, which won Best Picture at 1964 Academy Awards. Shaw detested this lighthearted version of his play "Pygmalion". find out more...

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Just simply the best musical ever made. Witty, inventive, brilliant, wonderful and slightly surreal, managing to parody Hollywood without ever quite descending into self-parody.

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