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  • Delicious

    The first movie scored by George and Ira Gershwin, this 1931 musical may seem dated, but its subject matter—illegal immigration—couldn't be more timely. more...
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  • Dreamgirls (PG-13)

    Elegant, unabashedly theatrical, and packed with lush concert scenes and period-perfect costumes, this musical by Bill Condon (Kinsey) is remarkably faithful to director-choreographer Michael Bennett's Broadway hit about a black girl group of the 60s and 70s. more...
  • Donkey Skin

    The French fairy tale Peau d'Ane transformed into a 1970 musical by the Umbrellas of Cherbourg team of director Jacques Demy and composer Michel Legrand. more...
  • Doctor Dolittle

    Whimsical fluff (1967) that weighs in on the far side of 50 tons; it's so clumsy and pounding that taking a child to it might be grounds for a visit from family services. more...
  • Dames

    It takes longer than usual to dispense with the plot (something about a public decency campaign waged against a Broadway show) and get down to the three Busby Berkeley numbers that are every Warner musical's raison d'etre. more...
  • Disco Fever

    Lamar Card directed this 1978 exploitation film, which features Casey Kasem as a music agent and Fabian as a former teen idol trying to hop on the disco bandwagon. more...