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I'm sitting here right now looking at one of several poster's on my wall. MGM-That's Entertainment Poster; black and white. 3 ft. wide and practically 6ft. in height.#3558,Made in the U.S.A.@1975-1976 Metro Goldwyn Mayer, Inc. I never tire from admiring all the actors, directors and many more; whom helped shape the American culture of MOVIES. Movies the whole family could sit down together and watch, enjoy, and feel good inside. Great memories! Thank You MGM. If anyone is interested in this poster( serious collectors only ) I'd be willing to sell. You have the email @ the top of page where you can contact me. I'm getting up in age and family doesn't appreciate the posters or the fulfillment you get from watching what movies were all about.
Reply to Eric. 13 years old. Glad to see a young person like you, enjoys these great, timeless M.G.M. musicals. Without you and your generation, these films, may have been lost forever. Back in the late 50s and early 60s they were becoming past history, considered old fashioned, square, corny and in danger of crumbling to dust. Don't stop at M.G.M. musicals, there is a vast library of other films. Dramas, comedies, mysteries, historical films, an endless variety. Check out the Warner Bros. musicals. Warner Bros. actually did the first sound musical, The Jazz Singer. Strongly suggest, Stay Away from the so called P.C. Politically correct, who would have us ban and destroy half of the films ever made, like the Nazis tried to do with book burning and banning. My point is, keep an Open Mind. Im sixty nine this year and can honestly tell you, youll discover a World of great entertainment. Hope you enjoy a lifetime of great films and watch the not so greats too. Best Wishes. P.S. Check out the Silent Films too.
- Michael Whitty
An exuberant way to express the M-G-M musicals over the years "That's Entertainment" is all that it says. It's a grand experience of Hollywood musicals from the 30s, 40s, and 50s. Several Hollywood stars who participated in these musicals act as a host for the certain scenes...Gene kelly, Fred Astaire, Bing Crosby, Debbie Reynolds, Donald O'Connor, Liza Minnelli, with Frank Sinatra beginning and ending the celebration. Musicals were fantasy trips beginning with older black-and-white films of the thirties and later getting into the greatest ones..."Singin In The Rain" and "Gigi" and "An American In Paris". We always need this musical energy.
I love this movie
- R. Scott Carlton
This movie came out when I was living in Europe, so that is where I saw it first. The Europeans loved it as much as we Americans. I'm looking forward to seeing it again.
Great and Wonderful!
- James Luders
I recall when this movie was first shown at our one screen / large movie palace, just how much a movie like this was needed. Viet Nam, Watergate, and such gave us a general feeling of the "blahs". This movie was uplifting, reminding us of those magical days of the lavish musical. One added memory. Before it began, I mentioned to my friend that somehow MGM would get Gone With The Wind mentioned. He reminded me it was not a musical. But then came Judy Garland's tribute to Clark Gable in 'Dear Mr. Gable' and there it was GWTW!
- Glenn Reynolds
I love old musicals. What a great show to highlight some of the greatest musicals ever made! I missed the first hour of the program, but hope to see the entire show in the future. Definitely worth your time to view..Some of the BIGGEST names in musical history!!! I will DVR the program next time its on.Glenn Reynolds
That's Entertainment! (1974)
- James Higgins
That's entertainment indeed! I do not particularly care for musicals, but when some of the best musical numbers ever made are all pieced together, it is phenomenal. Incredibly interesting and fascinating. Historically important film. Great narration.
I liked it
- Eric Ortiz
I really liked this movie. It`s a good sign of how MGM not only invented the movie musical, but also perfected it. It had guest stars like Gene Kelly, Liza Minnelli, Frank Sinatra, Mickey Rooney and many more. It also featured clips from many musicals MGM made, including Meet me in St.Louis, the Band Wagon, Singin in the rain, and much, much, much more. This movie is a large feast of entertainment, and I largely recommend it for any musical lover, especially the jaded kind.
Really looking forward to it.
- Eric Ortiz
Although I am only 13, I am thinking about getting this movie for Christmas, along with the other 2 movies and That`s Dancing. It look`s really good, and I belive it could help take my stress away whenever I have a rough day at school. I`ll review all 4 movies around New Years Eve.
Really looking forward to it.
- Eric Ortiz
Although I am only 13, I am thinking about getting this movie for Christmas, along with the other 2 movies and That`s Dancing. It look`s really good, and I belive it could help take my stress away whenever I have a rough day at school.
- Adrienne Wheat
For any classic movie lover, this is a must see!! It really brings out the heart of entertainment and the most wonderful moments in MGM musical history!