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  • The Lion King (G)

    Eschewing fairy tales and other literary sources, Disney's usual bread and butter for cartoon musicals, this animated feature about animal life in an African forest (1994) is based on an original script by Irene Mecchi, Jonathan Roberts, and Linda Woolverton. more...
  • The Lion King 3D (G)

    Eschewing fairy tales and other literary sources, Disney's usual bread and butter for cartoon musicals, this animated feature about animal life in an African forest (1994) is based on an original script by Irene Mecchi, Jonathan Roberts, and Linda Woolverton. more...
  • The Magic Flute (G)

    Ingmar Bergman's mounting of the Mozart masterpiece is appealingly conventional—it's less an interpretation than a simple presentation (1974). more...
  • Funny Girl (G)

    Barbra Streisand in her 1968 film debut; she plays the Ziegfeld comedienne Fanny Brice, who also happened to be the mother-in-law of producer Ray Stark. more...
  • The Sound of Music (G)

    The hills (and elevators and waiting rooms and grocery stores) are alive with the sound of Muzak—and this 1965 hit is the sort of film that reeks of emotional Muzak, the most elemental responses programmed right into the scenario. more...
  • Sing-a-Long Sound of Music (G)

    Many critics trashed Robert Wise's 1965 screen version of The Sound of Music, but the musical's emotional openness and unguarded optimism honestly express the worldview of songwriters Richard Rodgers and Oscar Hammerstein. more...
  • 1776 (G)

    The Founding Fathers crumble under the heavy hand of whimsy in this forgettable 1972 musical, full of buffoonery without charm and songs without end. more...