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Jean Walton 1 year ago
Not just the best movie musical, but arguably one of the best movies ever made.
Alexandra Sundarsingh 5 years ago
Classic. The songs from this musical continue to be sampled and the messages are enduring.
Fernando Olivas over 6 years ago
Irreverent, fun, and heart warming. The only regret: I didn´t watched it any sooner.
Jamie Leone Snow almost 7 years ago
Beautiful classic musical, the history piece might confuse some now. Won three Oscars :)
Rebecca over 1 year ago
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Rowan Bristow almost 2 years ago
Norma Flowers over 3 years ago
Alice Albescu over 3 years ago
Andrew Dennison over 3 years ago
frank mint 4 years ago
Darielle Rocca over 4 years ago
Brianna Miller over 4 years ago
Victoria Roe almost 5 years ago
Kari H almost 5 years ago
Yudit Lang 5 years ago
Tom Rydquist over 5 years ago
Fiddler on the Roof is the 1971 film adaptation of the 1964 Broadway musical of the same name, with music composed by Jerry Bock, lyrics by Sheldon Harnick, and book by Joseph Stein, set in Tsarist Russia in 1905, about Tevye and his Daughters. It was directed by Norman Jewison. The film won three Academy Awards, including one for arranger-conductor John Williams. It was nominated for several more, including Best Picture, Best Actor for Topol as Tevye, and Best Supporting Actor for Leonard Frey, who played Motel Kamzoil the Tailor (both had originally acted in the musical; Topol as Tevye in the London production and Frey in a minor part as Mendel, the rabbi's son). The decision to cast Topol, instead of Zero Mostel, as Tevye was a somewhat controversial one, as the role had originated with Mostel and he had made it famous. Years later, Jewison explained that he felt Mostel's larger-than-life personality, while fine on stage, would cause movie audiences to see him (i.e., Zero Mostel...
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