Weekend One-Hundred: Musicals 301-400

Betty Grable and June Haver in “The Dolly Sisters”

Several of you requested to see my musical list, this is the last of the musicals on the list-in the order I watched and recorded them.  This list goes from October 2007 to March 2010. Enjoy!

301.) Strike Up the Band (1940)
302.) You Can’t Run Away From It (1956)
303.) Follow the Boys (1963)
304.) Shipmates Forever (1935)
305.) Sweeny Todd (2007)
306.) Pot O’ Gold (1941)
307.) On the Avenue (1937)
308.) That Night in Rio (1941)
309.) My Wild Irish Rose (1947)
310.) The Gang’s All Here (1943)
311.) Road to Hong Kong (1962)
312.) The Pleasure Seekers (1964)
313.) Ice Follies of 1939 (1939)
314.) The Fabulous Dorsey’s (1947)
315.) Torch Song (1953)
316.) Blue Skies (1946)
317.) The Merry Widow (1934)
318.) Pajama Party (1964)
319.) Kid Nightingale (1939)
320.) My Sister Eileen (1955)
321.) Smilin’ Through (1941)
322.) Las Vegas Nights (1941)
323.) Reveille with Beverly (1943)
324.) Winter A-Go-Go (1965)
325.) So This is Love (1953)
326.) That’s Right, You’re Wrong (1939)
327.) Excuse My Dust (1951)
328.) Across the Universe (2007)
329.) Robin and His Seven Hoods (1964)
330.) Jam Session (1944)
331.) The Benny Goodman Story (1954)
332.) The Gene Krupa Story (1959)
333.) The Dolly Sisters (1945)
334.) Guys and Dolls (1954)
335.) Syncopation (1942)
336.) West Point Story (1950)
337.) Fun in Acapulco (1963)

“Li’l Abner”: One of the worst musicals I’ve ever seen

338.) Roustabout (1964)
339.) Stage Mother (1933)
340.) Viva Las Vegas (1964)
341.) The Great Caruso (1951)
342.) The Jazz Singer (1927)
343.) Interrupted Melody (1955)
344.) The Great Waltz (1938)
345.) A Song to Remember (1945)
346.) One Night of Love (1934)
347.) G.I. Blues (1960)
348.) George White’s Scandals (1945)
349.) Rose Marie (1954)
350.) An Alligator Named Daisy (1955)
351.) Li’l Abner (1958)
352.) A Star is Born (1954)
353.) Around the World (1943)
354.) Let Freedom Ring (1939)
355.) Chasing Rainbows (1930)
356.) Vagabond Lovers (1929)
357.) When Boys Meet Girls (1965)
358.) The Smiling Lieutenant (1931)
359.) The Gay Desperado (1936)
360.) Juke Box Rhythm (1959)
361.) Crooner (1932)
362.) Red, Hot and Blue (1949)
363.) Never Give a Sucker an Even Break (1941)
364.) The Big City (1948)
365.) Marianne (1929)
366.) Thoroughly Modern Millie (1967)
367.) Twenty Million Sweethearts (1934)
368.) One Hour with You (1932)
369.) I’ll Cry Tomorrow (1955)
370.) Artists and Models (1937)
371.) Grounds for Marriage (1951)
372.) I Married an Angel (1942)
373.) Slightly French (1947)
374.) New Moon (1940)
375.) Playmates (1941)
376.) You’ll Find Out (1940)
377.) Music in Manhattan (1944)
378.) Carolina Blues (1944)
379.) Cabin in the Sky (1943)
380.) Mad About Music (1938)
381.) Three Smart Girls Grow Up (1939)
382.) About Face (1952)
383.) Going Wild (1930)
384.) Rock, Rock, Rock (1956)
385. Sweet Kitty Bellairs (1931)
386.) Hot Heiress (1931)
387.) Daughter of Rosie O’Grady (1950)
388.) Sally (1929)
389.) Hearts Divided (1936)
390.) Time Square Lady (1935)
391.) Swing Fever (1943)
392.) Orchestra Wives (1942)
393.) Song of the Islands (1942)
394.) That Lady in Ermine (1948)
395.) She’s Working Her Way Through College (1952)
396.) Sunnyside Up (1929)
397.) Say One for Me (1959)
398.) Band Waggon (1940)
399.) Scrooge (1970)
400.) Coney Island (1943)

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2 thoughts on “Weekend One-Hundred: Musicals 301-400

  1. Just read your post about your room (wonderful!) and this one about musicals. I agree, Lil Abner was abysmal! But I saw the poster for West Side Story on your wall — fantastic. I hate to admit it, but I’m old enough that I got to see it at the theatre when it was first released. I would have been 11 at the time. My Mom and Dad took us to see it, and I never forgot that experience.

    I love a lot of these musicals, but WSS, The Band Wagon and Sweeney Todd are real standouts for me!

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    • I was so excited about Lil Abner and it was suuuch a disappointment! I wish I had seen it in the theaters 🙂
      I saw Sweeney Todd in theaters…I have to admit, I’m pretty squimish and had my jacket over my head half of the movie hahaha

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