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  • 42nd Street (NR)

    This 1933 film is the best known of the Warner Brothers Depression-era musicals, though it doesn't compare in dash and extravagance to later entries in the cycle. more...
  • Going Places (NR)

    In this 1939 comedy, Dick Powell stars as a sporting goods store clerk who impersonates a famous jockey to impress a lady (Anita Louise). more...
  • Guys and Dolls (NR)

    Conceivably the best picture Sam Goldwyn ever produced, this 1955 blockbuster musical has an undeservedly bad rep, largely because the two leads—Marlon Brando as professional gambler Sky Masterson and Jean Simmons as Salvation Army recruiter Sarah Brown—aren't professional singers. more...