The King and I

The King and I
The King and I

Year

1956

Duration

128 minutes

Genres

Musicals, Period and Historical

Language

English

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This is one of the greatest of all Hollywood musicals, full of brilliant songs by Rodgers and Hammerstein such as 'Getting To Know You' and 'Shall We Dance'. In the film - which is very loosely based on history - Anna, an Englishwoman, is hired as a tutor for the children of the King of Siam (now Thailand). There is soon a culture clash between the feudal king and prim Anna, who has brought the values of Victorian Britain with her...

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