Lucky Me (1954)

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Three struggling theatrical performers meet a famous songwriter who is trying to convince a wealthy oilman to finance a musical he is scripting, promising them stardom if it comes to fruition.

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  • Doris Day and Phil Silvers in Lucky Me (1954)
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  • Doris Day and Phil Silvers in Lucky Me (1954)
  • Doris Day in Lucky Me (1954)
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  • Doris Day, Robert Cummings, Eddie Foy Jr., Phil Silvers, and Nancy Walker in Lucky Me (1954)

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20 May 2007 | JETTCO48
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| This certainly WAS the first CinemaScope movie.
With regard to the earlier contributor to this thread, "LUCKY ME" most certainly WAS the FIRST MUSICAL in CinemaScope to be released.

Of the two examples he quotes, firstly: "How to Marry a Millionaire" was NOT a musical. Can he name any songs from it, or tell me who sang them? I think not!

Secondly: "A Star is Born" was not released in the States until September, 1954. "Lucky Me" was released in April, 1954.

Twentieth Century Fox's own musical entry in the CinemaScope stakes - "There's No Business Like Show Business" was not released until December, 1954.

Therefore, "LUCKY ME" was most definitely the first musical in CinemaScope.

What a pity this one didn't go into production before "Calamity Jane", then we might have had a much worthier movie as the first!

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