A-Z Musicals: C

Thanks to the hosts of this blog hop! To find out more about the A-Z Challenge, go here.

In keeping with my theme of favorite musicals, today's feature is...

I loooooove the music in this one. I will sometimes play the movie and skip through the talking parts just to get to the songs. Especially this one...

Not to mention this guy:

Is also this guy:

And these two:

Are actually these two from Letters to Juliet (and they're married in real life. They actually met and had a fling on the set of Camelot and then separated for years and got back together again.):

Is that enough reasons to go watch it? :D

Any C Musicals for you?

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Just for fun, here's a teaser made based on a review I recently got. I love what she had to say, you can read the full review here! 

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Tyrean Martinson said...

Wow! I had no idea the actors from Camelot are married - that's super sweet. Now, I want to watch it again.

S. L. Hennessy said...

Oh, I LOVE this musical. And musicals in general. What a terrific theme!

Good luck with the 2015 A to Z Challenge!
A to Z Co-Host S. L. Hennessy

Unknown said...

I've NEVER seen this one. Hurrah! A new (to me) musical to watch. Thanks!


Unknown said...

I've NEVER seen this one. Hurrah! A new (to me) musical to watch. Thanks!


Anonymous said...

Love your theme!

Jean Davis said...

That's a great review. Love the quote teaser you created.

Lisa said...

I really enjoyed Letters to Juilet! Glad you dropped by my blog and commented! Lisa, co-host AtoZ 2015, @ http://www.lisabuiecollard.com

Anonymous said...

Letters to Juliet is a great movie. That's so interesting that the two of them are married. A "C" musical I like is Gershwin's Crazy For You. "Little Mermaid" Jodi Benson plays Polly.

Chris K. said...

Hey, yes! I've never actually seen the full production of Camelot, but it was one of the Broadway soundtracks that I loved going back to when I was a kid, listening to my Dad's vinyl album. Before my Mom sold her turntable stereo, I digitized a lot of those albums, including Camelot, and many of those MP3s are favorites in my collection. Possibly my favorite is the patter in "I wonder what the King is doing tonight." :)

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