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20th Century Fox Marquee Musicals

20th Century Fox Marquee Musicals refers to a collection of films released on DVD by 20th Century Fox. The series, a spinoff of the earlier Fox Studio Classics line, premiered in February 2006, with the releases of inaugural titles Daddy Long Legs, Pin-Up Girl, and Week-End in Havana. It has consisted of individually released films on DVD and boxed sets.

Contents

  • Selection of Films 1
  • DVDs in the Series 2
  • See also 3
  • External links 4

Selection of Films

The series has thus far consisted of 20th Century Fox musicals made from the 1930s to about 1960. Not every Fox musical of this period, however, has been released onto DVD as part of this series. Indeed, many remain unreleased at all while a few others (Alexander's Ragtime Band, Orchestra Wives, and Stormy Weather) were released as part of Fox's other DVD collections.

The series also does not include the classic Rodgers & Hammerstein musicals made at Fox in the 1950s and 1960s (The Sound of Music, The King and I, etc.), nor any of the Fox musicals starring Marilyn Monroe or Shirley Temple. These films are for the most part available on DVD, but not as part of the Marquee Musicals series.

DVDs in the Series

Film Title Original Release Year Included in Boxed Set
Bloodhounds of Broadway 1952
Can-Can 1960
Daddy Long Legs 1955
Doll Face 1946 The Carmen Miranda Collection
The Dolly Sisters 1945 The Betty Grable Collection, Vol. 1
Down Argentine Way 1940 The Betty Grable Collection, Vol. 1
Four Jills in a Jeep 1944 The Alice Faye Collection, Vol. 2
The Gang's All Here 1943 The Alice Faye Collection and The Carmen Miranda Collection
The Girl Next Door 1953
The Great American Broadcast 1941 The Alice Faye Collection, Vol. 2
Greenwich Village 1944 The Carmen Miranda Collection
Hello, Frisco, Hello 1943 The Alice Faye Collection, Vol. 2
Hollywood Cavalcade 1939 The Alice Faye Collection, Vol. 2
If I'm Lucky 1946 The Carmen Miranda Collection
Lillian Russell 1940 The Alice Faye Collection
Moon Over Miami 1941 The Betty Grable Collection, Vol. 1
My Blue Heaven 1950 The Betty Grable Collection, Vol. 1
On the Avenue 1937 The Alice Faye Collection
On the Riviera 1951
Pigskin Parade 1936
Pin-Up Girl 1944
Rose of Washington Square 1939 The Alice Faye Collection, Vol. 2
Something for the Boys 1944 The Carmen Miranda Collection
That Night in Rio 1941 The Alice Faye Collection
Week-End in Havana 1941
With a Song in My Heart 1952

The Gang's All Here was released in 2007 but is scheduled for a re-release in 2008, likely due to an improved film source. The 2007 release was part of the Alice Faye set, while the 2008 will be part of the Carmen Miranda set.

See also

Fox Studio Classics DVDs

Fox Cinema Classics DVDs

Fox Film Noir DVDs

External links

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