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Seven Brides for Seven Brothers


Jane Powell, Howard Keel, Jeff Richards, Russ Tamblyn View All


Stanley Donen (Director), Frances Goodrich (Screenplay), Albert Hackett (Screenplay), Dorothy Kingsley (Screenplay) View All

Release: Jul. 22nd, 1954
Runtime: 1 hour, 42 minutes
In 1850 Oregon, when a backwoodsman brings a wife home to his farm, his six brothers decide that they want to get married too.
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Up until that point, Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is a fairly by-the-numbers musical that has tolerable songs made better by some impressive choreography, especially during the aforementioned barn-raising sequence.
The 1954 musical classic Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is considered one of the crown jewels in the MGM gallery, but will primarily be remembered as the movie musical that brought a new respect to the art of choreography and made it socially acceptable for men to be dancers.