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Easter Parade is a musical with old and new Irving Berlin tunes and standout dance numbers.
Easter Parade may not strike the perfect balance between song-dance interludes and story, but it's an appealing show just the same.
Easter Parade is the sort of musical to put your feet up for.
A fantastic movie, featuring two of the finest motion picture performers ever, Astaire and Judy Garland, in their only cinematic pairing. Ann Miller also stars in there, too, to spice things up even more.
The Irving Berlin score is bright, and Walters is one director who knows when to leave Astaire to his own devices.
...has the advantage of Fred Astaire and Judy Garland in the lead roles, Irving Berlin numbers throughout, and hats upon hats upon hats.
The most famous act finds Garland and Astaire dressed as bums for "A Couple of Swells," but there's also ... the pair tackling the title tune and -- my favorite -- Astaire showing off his incomparable tap-dancing prowess in "Steppin' Out with My Baby."
Charming love story plus great song and dance.
Pretty, deft, and tuneful but, given the top-rate talent involved, not particularly inspired.
Gorgeous MGM musical with all-time greats Garland and Astaire.
While not one of the best musicals made by MGM or Arthur Freed, it's light, whimsical, entertaining, and the only opportunity to see Fred Astaire and Judy Garland together.
It is Easter Paradewith Fred Astaire that's the prime example of what made Frances Gumm our Judy Garland.
Another great Irving Berlin musical, with some superior talent in Astaire and Garland. The only thing that I am worrisome over is the entire concept that this movie ties in with the Easter Parade, when in fact it's barely mentioned.
Okay, seriously, Fred Astaire - who are you kidding picking Judy Garland over Ann Miller? No man in his right mind would ever reject the always charming Ann Miller after that dazzling tap number for that lame-o tramp (and by tramp I mean bum, not slut) routine. Nevertheless, this was solid. The songs are great, Judy Garland's vibrato voice always works for her, and Fred Astaire taps dat off the walls! It's a delightful confection. Like eating an Easter candy.
too good to watch only at easter
Gotta love a great musical, with the best two actors/musicians/dancers of their time.
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