Warner Brothers celebrates its 90th anniversary with the release of this collection of 20 Classic Movie Musicals on 21 Discs! Also includes a 24 page booklet. All DVDs are coded for Region 1 and may not play in DVD players outside of the USA and Canada.
Warner Brothers were the first studio to ever release a filmed musical in 1927- The Jazz Singer. It was a sensation and changed the entire film industry overnight, as well as creating a whole new genre of film.
The 20 movie musicals included in this box set are:
The Jazz Singer — with audio commentary, a short silent film starring Jolson, the Merrie Melody I Want to Singa, a short film celebrating Warner Brothers’ silver jubilee, and even more. The print looks remarkable for its age.
The Broadway Melody – extras include The Dogway Melody, one of those bizarre shorts with dogs playing the roles of human actors.
42nd Street — includes three featurettes, a trailer and more The Great Ziegfeld — includes a feature on Ziegfeld films and a newsreel covering the opening of the movie in New York.
The Wizard of Oz — taken from the 70th anniversary DVD release, this single disk includes a wealth of extras and an audio commentary with many key cast members and others associated with the film.
Yankee Doodle Dandy — features audio commentary from Rudy Behlmer, and the Warner Night at the Movies option which includes a trailer, a newsreel, a Bugs Bunny cartoon, and the feature film.
An American in Paris — includes audio commentary, a newsreel from the Paris Exposition and a Tex Avery cartoon Show Boat — theatrical trailer.
Singin' in the Rain — includes commentary, a feature that allows you to access information while watching the movie, and more special features.
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers – includes commentary by Stanley Donen.
A Star is Born, Judy Garland's epic musical extravaganza on two disks.
The Music Man — includes a making of featurette hosted by Shirley Jones.
Viva Las Vegas — includes audio commentary and a featurette on Elvis in Las Vegas.
Camelot — includes "The Story of Camelot" and "The World Premiere of Camelot".
Willie Wonka and the Chocolate Factory — a single disk from the 40th anniversary edition includes commentary, the documentary "Pure Imagination," a sing-along and more.
Cabaret — includes many behind-the-scenes features, a trailer, and more.
That's Entertainment – with an introduction by Robert Osborne.
Victor Victoria — includes commentary with Julie Andrews and Blake Edwards.
Little Shop of Horrors — includes audio commentary from Frank Oz, outtakes and deleted scenes, a behind-the-scenes featurette, and more.
Hairspray — includes commentary by John Waters and Ricki Lake.