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    I have to confess to an affection for South Pacific, by Rodgers & Hammerstein. It's loaded with good songs, Dites-moi, Some Enchanted Evening, There is Nothin' Like a Dame, I'm Gonna Wash That Man Right Outa My Hair, A Wonderful Guy, and of course Bali Ha'i ! I've listened to my share of musicals over the decades, and this is the one that I love the most.

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    I like musicals,The whole world knows that

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    The Wizard Of Oz & The Sound Of Music.

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    My favourite is Oliver.

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    Musicals isn't my thing normally, but one year I went to see The Wizard of Oz and was thoroughly enchanted by it, it was a most enjoyable performance.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GavinJones View Post
    I like musicals,The whole world knows that
    I didn't but I do now, wonder if I will remember that to morrow.
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    Phantom of the Opera and Sound of Music 2 favorites ..like many of them.
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    The only stage musical that I have been to was in 1964 in London "Stop the world I want to get off" with Anthony Newley.


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    There are so many to choose from! If I had to narrow it down, The Wizard of Oz is probably my favourite followed by The Sound of Music and then Hair. Hard to choose but those would probably be in the top 3...

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    The sound of music was the last film that I saw must have been in the 60s.
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    I know this is a cheat, but The 7th Voyage of Sinbad (1958) is practically nonstop music by Bernard Herrmann so that I almost consider it a musical. The same could be said of Vertigo, also 1958, where music becomes foreground.

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    I remember "The Glenn Miller Story" that would have been one of the best at the time With James Stewart, June Allyson,


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