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re: Seeing iconic moments for the first time, without expectation
Last Edit: BroadwayTonyJ 09:28 pm EST 01/12/21
Posted by: BroadwayTonyJ 09:23 pm EST 01/12/21
In reply to: re: Seeing iconic moments for the first time, without expectation - Michael_Portantiere 11:07 am EST 01/12/21

I saw the 1960 version various times on TV and wasn't crazy about it. Martin was no longer playing the role as if she were a teenage boy. She was more like Maria von Trapp. My recollection also is that it was a little shorter than the '55 and '56 versions. Right now I'm very happy with the Blu-Rays of the earlier versions (which are much improved over the VHS tape of the '55 production).

I agree with you about how good the Blu-Ray of the '57 TV version of Annie Get Your Gun looks. I remember renting the VHS tape of it years ago in the late 70's and was disappointed how grainy it was.
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