Broadway Melody of 1938
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Broadway Melody of 1938
This third entry in MGM's "Broadway Melody" series may not have been the biggest or best, but thanks to a masterpiece of casting it is one of the most memorable of the batch. Signed by MGM in 1935, 15-year-old Judy Garland made her first feature-film appearance under the aegis of Leo the Lion, immediately capturing the hearts of moviegoers everywhere by singing "You Made Me Love You" to a photograph of Clark Gable (a sequence that has since been excerpted countless times in TV and movie documentaries). She later shares a song-and-dance number with gangly Buddy Ebsen,… More
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"Stunning Elanor Powell dances, great music highlight all time tops MGM musical."
‑ Steve Crum, Video-Reviewmaster.com
"It's ridiculous and tremendous fun, a veritable evening of entertainment with song and dance and comedy acts and a story that exists only to transition from one act to another."
‑ Sean Axmaker, Seanax.com
"Great musical numbers, but a lame plot and George Murphy work against it."
‑ Ken Hanke, Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)
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