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Seven brides for seven brothers

Author: Albert HackettFrances GoodrichDorothy KingsleyJack CummingsStanley DonenAll authors
Publisher: United States : Loew's Inc., United States : MGM/UA Home Video, ©1954 ; ©1986.
Series: Musicals, great musicals collection.
Edition/Format:   Film : Film   Visual material : EnglishView all editions and formats
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Coarse and unmannered brothers working on a ranch in a remote part of Oregon in the mid-1800s are lonesome for female companionship, so they kidnap some women from the town, who are then snow-bound with them all winter.
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Genre/Form: Musicals
Westerns
Dance
Features
Drama
History
Material Type: Film
Document Type: Visual material
All Authors / Contributors: Albert Hackett; Frances Goodrich; Dorothy Kingsley; Jack Cummings; Stanley Donen; Johnny Mercer; Gene De Paul; Adolph Deutsch; Saul Chaplin; Michael Kidd; George J Folsey; Cedric Gibbons; Urie McCleary; Ralph E Winters; Alvord L Eiseman; Walter Plunkett; Alexander Courage; Conrad Salinger; Leo Arnaud; Douglas Shearer; Edwin B Willis; Hugh Hunt; Arnold Gillespie; Warren Newcombe; Sydney Guilaroff; William Tuttle; Jane Powell; Howard Keel; Jeff Richards; Russ Tamblyn; Tommy Rall; Ian Wolfe; Marc Platt; Matt Mattox; Jacques D'Amboise; Julie Newmeyer; Nancy Kilgas; Matt Moore; Russell Simpson; George Boemler; Stephen Vincent Benét; Loew's Incorporated.; Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer.
OCLC Number: 81259908
Notes: Musical western; feature.
"Based on the story, The sobbin' women, by Stephen Vincent Benet.
"In CinemaScope. Color by ANSCO. Western Electric Sound System."
Playing time on release was 103 min., according to: Film daily yearbook, 1955.
"Passed by the National Board of Review. Approved, MPAA, certificate no. 16932."
Copyright: Loew's Incorporated; 15Jun54; LP3898. Copyright notice on videocassette sleeve: c1954, Loew's Incorporated; renewed, 1982, Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Film Co.
Credits: Lyrics by Johnny Mercer; music by Gene de Paul. Musical direction, Adolph Deutsch; musical supervision, Saul Chaplin. Dances and musical numbers staged by Michael Kidd. Director of photography, George Folsey; art directors, Cedric Gibbons and Urie McCleary; film editor, Ralph E. Winters; color consultant, Alvord Eiseman; assistant director, Ridgeway Callow; costumes designed by Walter Plunkett. Orchestrations, Alexander Courage, Conrad Salinger and Leo Arnaud; recording supervisor, Douglas Shearer; set decorations, Edwin B. Willis, Hugh Hunt; special effects, A. Arnold Gillespie, Warren Newcombe; hair styles by Sydney Guilaroff; make-up created by William Tuttle.
Performer(s): Cast: Starring Jane Powell (Milly), Howard Keel (Adam). Jeff Richards (Benjamin), Russ Tamblyn (Gideon), Tommy Rall (Frank), Howard Petrie (Pete Perkins), Virginia Gibson (Liza), Ian Wolfe (Rev. Elcott). The Pontipee Brothers: Marc Platt (Daniel); Matt Mattox (Caleb); Jacques D'Amboise (Ephraim). The brides: Julie Newmeyer (Dorcas); Nancy Kilgas (Alice); Betty Carr (Sarah); Ruta Kilmonis (ruth); Norma Doggett (Martha). Earl Barton (Harry); Dante DiPaolo (Matt); Kelly Brown (Carl); Matt Moore (Ruth's uncle); Dick Rich (Dorcas' father); Marjorie Wood (Mrs. Bixby); Russell Simpson (Mr. Bixby).
Series Title: Musicals, great musicals collection.
Other Titles: Seven brides for seven brothers.
Responsibility: produced by Loew's Incorporated ; made in Hollywood, U.S.A. by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer ; screen play by Albert Hackett & Frances Goodrich and Dorothy Kingsley ; produced by Jack Cummings ; directed by Stanley Donen.

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Coarse and unmannered brothers working on a ranch in a remote part of Oregon in the mid-1800s are lonesome for female companionship, so they kidnap some women from the town, who are then snow-bound with them all winter.

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