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Thoroughly Modern Millie


Julie Andrews, James Fox, Mary Tyler Moore, Carol Channing View All


George Roy Hill (Director), Richard Morris (Writer) View All

Release: Mar. 22nd, 1967
Runtime: 2 hours, 18 minutes
Millie Dillmount, a fearless young lady fresh from Salina, Kansas, determined to experience Life, sets out to see the world in the rip-roaring Twenties. With high spirits and wearing one of those new high hemlines, she arrives in New York to test the "modern" ideas she had been reading about back in Kansas: "I've taken the girl out of Kansas. Now I have to take Kansas out of the girl!"
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Andrews is a delight as Millie Beaumont, a sheltered young lady initiating a new life as 1920's flapper, who finds herself being pursued by a young man named Jimmy (James Fox), though Millie only seems to have eyes for her new boss Trevor Grayden (John Gavin).


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