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Posted: 7/23/2013 3:32:53 PM EST
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The only musical I can stand is "The Music Man". It's funny and the music is actually good. . .
Link Posted: 7/23/2013 3:44:20 PM EST
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

Oklahoma (naturally)
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Does "The Blues Brothers" count?
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Chicago
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Disney films are as close as I get.

Lion king
Sword and the stone
Aristocats
Etc
Link Posted: 7/23/2013 3:56:19 PM EST
Phantom of the Opera.

Les Miserables.

The Music Man (both the Robert Preston and Matthew Broderick versions).

Wicked.
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Originally Posted By FudgieGhost1:
The only musical I can stand is "The Music Man". It's funny and the music is actually good. . .
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The original Music Man is excellent, The redo was absolutely pathetic. Broderick couldn't sing if he had a bayonet to his back. Preston owned that role.

Shirley Jones was SMOKIN hot when they filmed that.
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Originally Posted By Nooobie:
Does "The Blues Brothers" count?
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Hell yeah, but not Blues Brothers 2000
Link Posted: 7/23/2013 3:59:47 PM EST
Grease
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And if anyone wants to say Rogers and Hammerstein show tunes are "The Ghey" I suggest you try to say that at Ansfield. And the Green Brigade at Celtic Park will have you teeth.
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Originally Posted By fxntime:


The original Music Man is excellent, The redo was absolutely pathetic. Broderick couldn't sing if he had a bayonet to his back. Preston owned that role.

Shirley Jones was SMOKIN hot when they filmed that.
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Originally Posted By fxntime:
Originally Posted By FudgieGhost1:
The only musical I can stand is "The Music Man". It's funny and the music is actually good. . .


The original Music Man is excellent, The redo was absolutely pathetic. Broderick couldn't sing if he had a bayonet to his back. Preston owned that role.

Shirley Jones was SMOKIN hot when they filmed that.
They did a revival a few years ago on Broadway. . . Craig Berko did the lead---damn good job he did too. Local guy from Westchester---Rye Brook, I think. . .

ETA: oh, so we're posting songs huh? Ok:




Link Posted: 7/23/2013 4:13:05 PM EST
The Phantom of the Opera.
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Hope my Man Card is not in jeopardy, but really enjoy Camelot and Man of La Mancha (Sophia Loren had a great rack ).
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blues brothers and o brother where art thou count?
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http://youtu.be/Fl6MHgh1vFQ

http://youtu.be/qcSOTLBf1NI


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And if anyone wants to say Rogers and Hammerstein show tunes are "The Ghey" I suggest you try to say that at Ansfield. And the Green Brigade at Celtic Park will have you teeth.
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Yep- Guys and Dolls. Great one.
Link Posted: 7/23/2013 4:21:31 PM EST
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Grease
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Olivia Newton-John





Oh yeah, and.....Cats.





Link Posted: 7/23/2013 4:23:33 PM EST
Wicked

West Side Story

Phantom of the Opera

Yup, I'm guilty
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The Phantom of the Opera.
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Years ago I saw The Phantom of the Opera and Cats in London. Both shows were incredible

The original Blues Brothers is my favorite movie of all time.
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Depp in Sweeney Todd.

AB
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Singing in the Rain, An American in Paris, My Fair Lady and Paint your Wagon.
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Chicago
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I saw it on Broadway in 2004 ..paige davis in the lead role ..lots of long legged women in black hose/heels......


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I'm an old fart.
I like Phantom of the Opera, and believe it or not, The Sound of Music.
The Music Man is pretty good also.
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ARFcomers that like show tunes. Hmmmmm...what could that mean?



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Love the classics. West Side Story, Rogers & Hammerstein, Lerner & Lowe...
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My dad tried to force it on my sister and I way too young and I think that's why I dislike most of them. Although I admit some like Le Mis in London were pretty good.
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i was 37 when i saw singing in the rain for the first time. i don't think i could have appreciated it when i was younger. those guys were amazing. not just the singing but all the dancing and moves they had. the shape those guys would have had to be in to do that stuff in one take just boggles the mind. so few entertainers now posses that kind of talent. kind of a bummer.
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Hair
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My embed fu is weak so here's a link instead.

Repo The Genetic Opera
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The gay is strong in this thread
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Originally Posted By fatkid35:
i was 37 when i saw singing in the rain for the first time. i don't think i could have appreciated it when i was younger. those guys were amazing. not just the singing but all the dancing and moves they had. the shape those guys would have had to be in to do that stuff in one take just boggles the mind. so few entertainers now posses that kind of talent. kind of a bummer.
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Gene Kelly was the man. Er, no homo.
Link Posted: 7/23/2013 5:37:51 PM EST
Buddy Holley was the best musical I have seen.
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Would you care to explain that stupid comment???
Link Posted: 7/23/2013 5:40:34 PM EST
i grew up on 'camelot'.

if swords, armor, justice, love, and battle is wrong, i don't wanna be right.
Link Posted: 7/23/2013 5:43:12 PM EST
50s/early 60s was really a golden period in musicals.

Music Man

White Christmas

West Side Story

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers

etc

Of the new-er older style musicals, I've really enjoyed (and played reed 3 part in)

Crazy for You

&

Thoroughly Modern Millie
Link Posted: 7/23/2013 5:43:24 PM EST
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Originally Posted By VoodooChile:


I saw it on Broadway in 2004 ..paige davis in the lead role ..lots of long legged women in black hose/heels......


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrrz54UtkCc
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Originally Posted By Cossa:
Chicago


I saw it on Broadway in 2004 ..paige davis in the lead role ..lots of long legged women in black hose/heels......


http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qrrz54UtkCc


That movie sucked compared to the original non-musical Roxie Hart movie starring Ginger Rogers. As far as modern musicals/operas, I like Repo and Les Miserables. I haven't seen the film version, but the 25th anniversary special edition of Phantom of the Opera is awesome!
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Originally Posted By sirensong:
i grew up on 'camelot'.

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if swords, armor, justice, love, and battle is wrong, i don't wanna be right.

The Sound of Music. Nazis, mountains, hot nuns, car chases, whiskers on kittens...
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The gay is strong in this thread
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insecure are we?
Link Posted: 7/23/2013 5:45:09 PM EST
You mean gay pleasures?
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GREASE

Grease hit when i was 10 and left a huge impression. Songs from the soundtrack played 4 times an hour all summer. If i'm flickin channels and see Grease, i am going to watch it.

I have never liked any other musical.



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Originally Posted By Mr_Mowett:
if swords, armor, justice, love, and battle is wrong, i don't wanna be right.

The Sound of Music. Nazis, mountains, hot nuns, car chases, whiskers on kittens...
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Originally Posted By Mr_Mowett:
Originally Posted By sirensong:
i grew up on 'camelot'.
if swords, armor, justice, love, and battle is wrong, i don't wanna be right.

The Sound of Music. Nazis, mountains, hot nuns, car chases, whiskers on kittens...


Link Posted: 7/23/2013 5:46:59 PM EST
Bugsy Malone

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if swords, armor, justice, love, and battle is wrong, i don't wanna be right.
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Originally Posted By Mr_Mowett:
Originally Posted By sirensong:
i grew up on 'camelot'.

if swords, armor, justice, love, and battle is wrong, i don't wanna be right.

The Sound of Music. Nazis, mountains, hot nuns, car chases, whiskers on kittens...
exactly.

musicals are ferocious.
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My wife was watching that a few weeks ago.....the pie guns are funny



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