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"Finian's Rainbow" is the best of the recent roadshow musicals, perhaps because it's the first to cope successfully with the longer roadshow form. The best musicals of the past (Astaire and Rogers in the 1930s, Gene Kelly's and Stanley Donen's productions in the 1950s) were rather modest in length and cost.
[Finian's Rainbow] looks as though it has been rehearsed for, say, two months, then photographed in a week's time. Full Review. Penelope Houston The Spectator. April 25, 2016 ...
Simply beautiful. Fred Astaire combines his signature dance moves with a new storyline that is sure to deliver you beyond the borderlines of Finian's Rainbow.
Finians Rainbow came along at a time where critics were telling us that they hated musicals, even masterpieces like "Finians Rainbow". They attacked many a fine musical such as "Sweet Charity", Hello Dolly" and they gleefully lynched Lucy in Mame. These were all great films but it was a cynical age and sadly the world is becoming more cynical.
Oct 19, 2015 · So while I may have found Finian’s Rainbow terrible on almost every level, if its existence has absolutely anything at all to do with Coppola getting the opportunities he would get in the years after this, I’m totally OK with this clunker existing. Finian’s Rainbow Directed By – Francis Ford Coppola Written By – E.Y. Harburg, Fred Saidy
Finian's Rainbow is not among the best of the film musicals, but it is hardly among the worst either. It does have a ridiculous story and some moments of awkward editing. That said, it is definitely worth watching and is for me Francis Ford-Coppola's most underrated film.
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Mar 07, 2017 · One of Hollywood's last memorable musicals, Finian's Rainbow is packed with Irish charm, American spirit, and some of the best songs Broadway ever produced. Astaire, Clark, and Steele energize the...
Finian's Rainbow is an odd movie. It was based on the 1947 Broadway Musical by E. Y. Harburg and Fred Saidy about a leprechaun's stolen crock-o-gold. It is also a satire on race relations in the pre-civil rights era United States.
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