The music throughout the film brings Crosby to his best and takes the story to a new level.
Et cetera, et cetera, et cetera!
This was the first sound film and first musical to win the Best Picture Oscar.
In 1992 the Muppets put their spin on a classic holiday tale with The Muppet Christmas Carol starring Academy Award winner Michael Caine.
The movie isn’t the best work of Stewart’s career but it’s a fun film to watch. Stewart sings and plays the harmonica throughout the film showcasing his range of talents.
I don’t have a lot to say except that I really enjoyed the trip down memory lane. The film kept just enough of the originals in it to be loyal to the beginnings of the Muppets.
Watching this film is a wonderful experience. It’s got the feel of the great Hollywood studio classics with the colorful set designs and large-scale musical numbers. The music is no less wonderful than you would expect when you have Gene Kelly working with music written by Ira Gershwin.
This film is an amazing example of the many talents of Gene Kelly and many of the stars of the Golden Age of Hollywood. The dancing and singing are entertaining and done at the highest level.