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The King and I

A typically overproduced 1956 Fox film of the Rodgers and Hammerstein hit, with Yul Brynner as the king (a part he would play for 25 years on the stage) and Deborah Kerr (dubbed) as the British schoolteacher who comes to Siam to educate Brynner's army of children. Too long at 133 minutes, but the score is swell. Walter Lang directed. In 'Scope.

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