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Harold and Millie Get Musical
"Harold and Millie both like movies, but Millie loves musicals. Come along as she tries to convince Harold that a musical is even better than a western."
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"Hey, Millie filly," Harold says as he shrugs out of his coat. "Put that glad rag back on," Millie says, dropping her lipstick into her purse. "We're going down to The Palace to see the 1935 Fred Astaire and Ginger Rogers movie they're showing. I heard that the 'Cheek to Cheek' number is the greatest." Which musical are they going to see?
It Happened One Night
"We are going to see '42nd Street' tonight," Millie announces as Harold uncaps a beer. "Did Errol Flynn and Jimmy Stewart quit making movies?" Harold mutters, taking a swig. "No, but we didn't see it when it first came out," Millie says, grabbing the beer and taking a big gulp. "I absolutely love the dance director who does those killer numbers." Which choreographer is Millie talking about?
Agnes de Mille
"Millie, my sly fly girl," Harold says, grabbing Millie and swinging her around. "What's the buzz tonight?" Millie giggles and says, "The buzz says we should see that Disney movie with the dancing hippos. I heard it's the absolute end." What 1940 Disney movie are they going to see?
The Jungle Book
Millie slips on a pair of oven mitts, and says, "After dinner, let's go see that new James Cagney movie." Harold tucks a napkin inside his collar, and asks, "Is it a gangster movie?" Millie sets the meatloaf on the table and laughs. "No, you silly Billy. He plays a songwriter." What 1942 musical does she want to see?
Angels With Dirty Faces
Yankee Doodle Dandy
"I'm totally tuckered," Harold gripes as he slumps onto the couch. "I know just what you need," Millie says, flouncing down beside him and grabbing his hand. "Let's go see that old movie they're reshowing at The Palace. The one with James Cagney as a producer, and Joan Blondell." Which 1933 musical will wake up Harold?
Me and My Gal
It's A Gift
"There's another old movie playing at The Palace," Millie announces. "Of course there is," Harold mumbles,scanning the newspaper's front page. "Is it a war movie?" "No, it's a showgirl musical. And it stars Dick Powell, Ruby Keeler and Warren William." What 1933 movie is she talking about?
She Done Him Wrong
Gold Diggers of 1933
Sons of the Desert
"Brr," Harold says, slapping the snow off his sleeves, "I'm glad as plaid to be home." "Don't be too glad," Millie says, giving Harold a quick buzz on the cheek. "We're going out to dinner with your parents, and then we're all going to see the Judy Garland movie. The one with Frank Morgan and Margaret Hamilton." Which 1939 musical are they going to see?
The Wizard of Oz
Meet Me in St. Louis
Babes in Arms
"I'm picking the movie tonight, duchess," Harold says, setting his hat at a rakish angle. "We're going to see the Mickey Rooney film at The Bijou. He's trying to save his parents from bankruptcy, and he impersonates FDR and Clark Gable." Millie laughs, and flicks the brim of his hat. "Who's his co-star? Carole Lombard?" Harold tips his hat again and says, "No, it's Judy Garland." Which 1939 musical did he pick?
Babes in Toyland
Baby, It's You
Babes in Arms
"I'm feeling like a gloomy Gus," Harold says, yawning. "I know just the thing to happify you," Millie says, kicking off her houseshoes. "Let's go see the Astaire and Rogers musical. The number that won an Oscar - 'The Way You Look Tonight' - should get you grinning!" Which 1936 musical are they going to see?
On The Town
"I love musicals," Millie says, leaning against Harold's side. "I know," Harold says, steering into the moviehouse's parking lot, "Musicals are all we've seen for weeks." "Fine," Millie laughs, "the next movie we see won't have a single song in it. But tonight I really want to see this Frank Sinatra movie. He plays a sailor!" Which 1949 musical is Millie talking about?
Dance, Girl, Dance
On the Town
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