Rogers and Hammerstein musical tells the story of a free living carney who tries to go straight to win the love of a 'good' girl. Great music is supplemented by stunning photography.
Carousel -- A girl keeps her true feelings about a boy to herself as she propels the boy to reveal his true feelings to another girl.
Carousel -- Filmed on location in a beautiful seaside village, Carousel stars Gordon MacRae as Billy Bigelow, a smooth-talking carny man who falls in love with a millworker (Shirley Jones). Tragedy strikes these star-crossed lovers, though, and their journey is not easy. How Billy makes his way to Heaven and back again, providing love and solace to his wife and daughter, and redemption for himself, is the story of one of the most unique and powerfully uplifting musicals ever written. With a score that includes 'If I Loved You' and 'You'll Never Walk Alone,' little wonder that Carousel was composer Richard Rodgers' personal favorite.
Invitation movie trailer - starring Van Johnson, Louis Calhern, Dorothy McGuire, Ruth Roman, Ray Collins. Theatrical Release Date: 1/1/1952
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A down on his luck gambler (George Segal) links up with free spirit Elliot Gould at first to have some fun on, but then gets into debt when Gould takes an unscheduled trip to Tijuana. As a final act of desperation, he pawns most of his possessions and goes to Reno for the poker game of a lifetime. A film set mainly in casinos and races, as the two win and lose (but mainly win), get robbed, and get blind drunk.
A young magazine writer and a professional gambler embark on a series of betting adventures. GeorgeSegal and Elliott Gould are both excellent as compulsive gamblers and several real gamesmen play themselves. Ann Prentiss plays Barbara Miller.
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