Seven Brides For Seven Brothers

Seven Brides For Seven Brothers
Seven Brides For Seven Brothers

Year

1954

Duration

98 minutes

Genres

Musicals

Language

English

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This Oscar-winning musical comedy is a brilliant explosion of colour and energy, with the dance scenes acknowledged as some of the genre's very best. The light-hearted, old-fashioned plot has a rough-edged farmer coming to realise that he needs a wife - but it's only once the vows have been made that he tells his bride about the six brothers he expects her to look after as well. Furious, she sets about civilising the unruly brood.

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