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Thoroughly Modern Millie
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Thoroughly Modern Millie 1967

From Amazon: Julie Andrews is at her peak of adorability in this enjoyable (and surprisingly sarcastic) spoof of the 1920s. It has every trick: occasional silent-movie intertitles, flapper lingo ("Oh, banana oil"), and a laughable plot about women being sold into white slavery by the scheming manageress (splendid Beatrice Lillie) of a Hotel for Ladies, aided by a cabal of wicked Chinese. (The stereotypes are bearable only if you remember this is a spoof of silent movie melodrama.) Even with able support from Mary Tyler Moore and James Fox, this is Julie's show; she plays to the camera with the collusion of director George Roy Hill, who's clearly smitten...

Directed By:
No image existsGeorge Roy Hill
Written By:
No image existsRichard Morris
Julie AndrewsJulie Andrews
No image existsCarol Channing
No image existsMary Tyler Moore
John GavinJohn Gavin
James FoxJames Fox
Noriyuki Pat MoritaNoriyuki Pat Morita
No image existsBeatrice Lillie

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Thoroughly Modern Millie Movie Review by ManMachine (3/11/2018)

This 1967 Chick Flick is a fairly lively (but frequently silly) Comedy/Romance/Musical that takes a decidedly "madcap" look at the art of "husband hunting", 1920's style.

I must say that there were a couple of really well-staged musical numbers presented in this lavish "Ross Hunter" production. But, at a 2.5-hour running...

(complete Thoroughly Modern Millie review by ManMachine)

Thoroughly Modern Millie Movie Review by Jessica Film Junkie (8/27/2007)

This is the story of Millie (Julie Andrews) who comes to New York to be a modern woman and encounters the very unmodern Miss Dorothy (Mary Tyler Moore) who intends to be an actress. The two women grow close in their all-girls boarding house while a white slavery ring is being run behind their backs. The ladies meet two...

(complete Thoroughly Modern Millie review by Jessica Film Junkie)

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