TCM “Must-See Musicals” Update for December 2021

I just finished watching the 50th movie listed in the great book from Turner Classic Movies (TCM) Must-See Musicals: 50 Show-Stopping Movies We Can’t Forget by Richard Barrios (Running Press, 2017; available on Amazon.com, on the Shop TCM website, and, hopefully, from your favorite bookseller). More information about the book and my viewing project this year is here. I loved this book and this project and am sad that it has come to an end.

Here’s the rundown of the final movies I watched in December (courtesy of the Movies Past and Present Instagram feed).

Chicago (2002)

La La Land (2016)

TCM “Must-See Musicals” Update for November 2021

This year, I am watching all 50 movies listed in the great book from Turner Classic Movies (TCM) Must-See Musicals: 50 Show-Stopping Movies We Can’t Forget by Richard Barrios (Running Press, 2017; available on Amazon.com, on the Shop TCM website, and, hopefully, from your favorite bookseller). More information about the book and my viewing project this year is here.

Here’s the rundown of the movies I watched in November (courtesy of the Movies Past and Present Instagram feed).

Cabaret (1972)

The Rocky Horror Picture Show (1975)

Grease (1978)

Beauty and the Beast (1991)

TCM “Must-See Musicals” Update for October 2021

This year, I am watching all 50 movies listed in the great book from Turner Classic Movies (TCM) Must-See Musicals: 50 Show-Stopping Movies We Can’t Forget by Richard Barrios (Running Press, 2017; available on Amazon.com, on the Shop TCM website, and, hopefully, from your favorite bookseller). More information about the book and my viewing project this year is here.

Here’s the rundown of the movies I watched in October (courtesy of the Movies Past and Present Instagram feed).

The Sound of Music (1965)

Funny Girl (1968)

Oliver! (1968)

Fiddler on the Roof (1971)

TCM “Must-See Musicals” Update for September 2021

This year, I am watching all 50 movies listed in the great book from Turner Classic Movies (TCM) Must-See Musicals: 50 Show-Stopping Movies We Can’t Forget by Richard Barrios (Running Press, 2017; available on Amazon.com, on the Shop TCM website, and, hopefully, from your favorite bookseller). More information about the book and my viewing project this year is here.

Here’s the rundown of the movies I watched in September (courtesy of the Movies Past and Present Instagram feed).

The Music Man (1962)

The Umbrellas of Cherbourg (1964)

A Hard Day’s Night (1964)

Mary Poppins (1964)

My Fair Lady (1964)

TCM “Must-See Musicals” Update for August 2021

This year, I am watching all 50 movies listed in the great book from Turner Classic Movies (TCM) Must-See Musicals: 50 Show-Stopping Movies We Can’t Forget by Richard Barrios (Running Press, 2017; available on Amazon.com, on the Shop TCM website, and, hopefully, from your favorite bookseller). More information about the book and my viewing project this year is here.

Here’s the rundown of the movies I watched in August (courtesy of the Movies Past and Present Instagram feed).

The Pajama Game (1957)

Jailhouse Rock (1957)

Gigi (1958)

West Side Story (1961)

TCM “Must-See Musicals” Update for July 2021

This year, I am watching all 50 movies listed in the great book from Turner Classic Movies (TCM) Must-See Musicals: 50 Show-Stopping Movies We Can’t Forget by Richard Barrios (Running Press, 2017; available on Amazon.com, on the Shop TCM website, and, hopefully, from your favorite bookseller). More information about the book and my viewing project this year is here.

Here’s the rundown of the movies I watched in July (courtesy of the Movies Past and Present Instagram feed).

A Star Is Born (1954)

Oklahoma! (1955)

The King and I (1956)

The Girl Can’t Help It (1956)

Funny Face (1957)

TCM “Must-See Musicals” Update for June 2021

This year, I am watching all 50 movies listed in the great book from Turner Classic Movies (TCM) Must-See Musicals: 50 Show-Stopping Movies We Can’t Forget by Richard Barrios (Running Press, 2017; available on Amazon.com, on the Shop TCM website, and, hopefully, from your favorite bookseller). More information about the book and my viewing project this year is here.

Here’s the rundown of the movies I watched in June (courtesy of the Movies Past and Present Instagram feed).

Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953)

The Band Wagon (1953)

Calamity Jane (1953)

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954)

TCM “Must-See Musicals” Update for May 2021

This year, I am watching all 50 movies listed in the great book from Turner Classic Movies (TCM) Must-See Musicals: 50 Show-Stopping Movies We Can’t Forget by Richard Barrios (Running Press, 2017; available on Amazon.com, on the Shop TCM website, and, hopefully, from your favorite bookseller). More information about the book and my viewing project this year is here.

Here’s the rundown of the movies I watched in May (courtesy of the Movies Past and Present Instagram feed).

On the Town (1949)

Annie Get Your Gun (1950)

An American in Paris (1951)

Singin’ in the Rain (1952)

Million Dollar Mermaid (1952)

TCM “Must-See Musicals” Update for April 2021

This year, I am watching all 50 movies listed in the great book from Turner Classic Movies (TCM) Must-See Musicals: 50 Show-Stopping Movies We Can’t Forget by Richard Barrios (Running Press, 2017; available on Amazon.com, on the Shop TCM website, and, hopefully, from your favorite bookseller). More information about the book and my viewing project this year is here.

Here’s the rundown of the movies I watched in April (courtesy of the Movies Past and Present Instagram feed).

Holiday Inn (1942)

Cabin in the Sky (1943)

Cover Girl (1944)

Meet Me in St. Louis (1944)

TCM “Must-See Musicals” Update for January 2021

This year, I am watching all 50 movies listed in the great book from Turner Classic Movies (TCM) Must-See Musicals: 50 Show-Stopping Movies We Can’t Forget by Richard Barrios (Running Press, 2017; available on Amazon.com, on the Shop TCM website, and, hopefully, from your favorite bookseller). More information about the book and my viewing project this year is here.

Here’s the rundown of the movies I watched in January (courtesy of the Movies Past and Present Instagram feed).

The Broadway Melody (1929)

The Love Parade (1929)

Sunny Side Up (1929)

King of Jazz (1930)

Le Million (1931)