AFI's 100 Years... 100 Songs: America's Greatest Music in the Movies (2004)

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The top 100 songs of the past 100 years chosen by the American Film Institute are presented by host-actor John Travolta.

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31 January 2005 | Anaksunamen
Songs were missing....
I Liked this show but it was missing lots of Songs....ie. "Can you Feel the Love Tonight" from the Lion king also Mufasas theme,

"Under The Sea" From The little mermaid and "A Whole new world" from Aladdin, and songs from Bambi " April Showers", As well as songs from Dumbo like "When I see an Elephant Fly", The Star Wars, The Lord of the rings, and The Phantom Of The Opera (although recent they could put it in there if they re-due the show). Those soundtrack's should have got mentioned. just to name a few. Those Disney Songs were and still are extremely popular songs and I was irritated at the fact that they weren't in this show. I hope they re-due this show with maybe more songs in it. I liked John Travolta hosting it, that was awesome!! I think it actually needed more of Travolta in it too.

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Release Date:

22 June 2004

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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