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The Band Wagon 1953

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Release Date:August 7th, 1953
Running Time:111 minutes
Directed By:
No image existsVincente Minnelli
Written By:
No image existsBetty Comden
No image existsAdolph Green
Fred AstaireFred Astaire
No image existsCyd Charisse
No image existsOscar Levant
No image existsNanette Fabray
No image existsJack Buchanan
No image existsRobert Gist
No image existsJames Mitchell
No image existsJames Mitchell

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The Band Wagon Movie Review by Derringer (3/17/2013)

Released in 1953 - This lavish, big-budget Musical/Comedy/Romance directed by the extravagant Vincente Minnelli was something of a disappointment for me.

Even though The Band Wagon contained some fine top-name talent and was beautifully photographed in stunning Technicolor, I found that out of its dozen, or so, musical...

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The Band Wagon Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (7/12/2007)

Sometimes musicals take themselves too seriously and then there are musicals like this that have a wink and a nudge behind every ballad, ballet and bawdy joke. Fred Astaire stars as a washed up Hollywood actor trying to regain his dignity by doing a Broadway show. The show tries to become a musical version of Faust that...

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