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Broadway Melody of 1936

Broadway Melody of 1936(1935)

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  • broadway melody of 36

    • kevin sellers
    • 3/10/18

    Like all the BMs of the 30s this one is weak on story and dialogue, strong on singing, and EXTREMELY STRONG on hoofing. And the dance numbers are staged in the best Depression era Forget Your Troubles At The Great Nightclub In The Sky manner. Give it a B. P.S. It's a profound mystery to me how Bob Taylor, who sung so well in front of HUAC, can't hit a note here.

  • buddy was wearing the shirt..so i wrote this..

    • a.morris
    • 12/29/17

    jack benny was so good at playing a bit of a scuzz creep..he could have been kevin james. rod taylor..the most evil thing he did in his life was sing in this . elanor powell was like Hannah montana..but with talent. speaking of which..buddy ebsen..kind of looked like zac efron. ebsen had a pretty good career despite nearly dying from lead poisoning from that mad max cluster makeup madness trying to be the tin man on the wizard of oz. man survived that..world war 2..the great depression..culture shock of the 1950s and 60s..perhaps to only be remembered for saying well doggie ..and one day will probably suffer the fate having that line said in a remake of that show starring..zac efron. buddy ebsen had a good stint in entertainment.. including working for walt Disney himself. still not fair for me to call all of the ex Disney kids of the late 90s and early 2000 period whiners. bella thorne so tough..clint easwood could have filmed the eiger sanction from her massive concrete balls. una merkel was pretty good as the secretary. the story ..I thought kind of jutted out a little at the end. it was still solid..not as solid as bella thornes..well it was solid enough..i guess.

  • Dancer

    • Catheryne
    • 11/21/16

    Eleanor Powell was the best tap dancer of all in Hollywood films...pure and simple.

  • Broadway Melody of 1936

    • Mark Sutch
    • 4/12/11

    ****

  • Um Super Classico dos anos 30

    • Sonia
    • 10/25/10

    Um filme clssico dos musicais dos anos 30. Muito bom mesmo.

  • Eleanor Powell

    • DJJ
    • 8/20/08

    Elenor Powell is fantastic in the final dance number.

  • THE BEST MUSICAL MOVIE EVER AND MY FAVORITE.

    • A musical lover
    • 2/22/07

    Loved it. My only regret is that Robert Taylor and June Knight never kissed because they had such great chemistry.

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