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Brigadoon (8-Sep-1954)

Director: Vincente Minnelli

Writer: Alan Jay Lerner

From a play by: Alan Jay Lerner (musical play, book and lyrics by)

Music by: Frederick Loewe

Producer: Arthur Freed

Keywords: Musical, Fantasy

Tommy and Jeff, traveling American grouse hunters in Scotland, come across a small village, Brigadoon; the people there seem as if they are from a different era, lacking modern conveniences entirely. Villagers treat them as strangers, except Fiona, who falls in love with Tommy. Screen adaptation of the Broadway hit which ran 581 performances in 1947-48; filmed on a Culver City studio lot but still enchanted. Received Oscar nominations for Best Set Decoration, Best Costume Design, and Best Recording.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Cyd Charisse
Dancer
8-Mar-1922 17-Jun-2008 Vamp dancer in Singin' in the Rain
Van Johnson
Actor
25-Aug-1916 12-Dec-2008 The Caine Mutiny
Gene Kelly
Actor
23-Aug-1912 2-Feb-1996 Singin' in the Rain
Eddie Quillan
Actor
31-Mar-1907 19-Jul-1990 In 20 short films by Mack Sennett
Albert Sharpe
Actor
15-Apr-1885 13-Feb-1970 Darby O'Gill and the Little People
Elaine Stewart
Actor
31-May-1930 27-Jun-2011 Brigadoon

CAST

Starring
Gene Kelly   ...   Tommy Albright
Van Johnson   ...   Jeff Douglas
Cyd Charisse   ...   Fiona Campbell
With
Elaine Stewart   ...   Jane Ashton
Barry Jones   ...   Mr. Lundie
Hugh Laing   ...   Harry Beaton
Albert Sharpe   ...   Andrew Campbell
Virginia Bosler   ...   Jean Campbell
Jimmy Thompson   ...   Charlie Chisholm Dalrymple
Dodie Heath   ...   Meg Brockie
Tudor Owen   ...   Archie Beaton
Owen McGiveney   ...   Angus
Dee Turnell   ...   Ann
Eddie Quillan   ...   Sandy

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