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My daughter is reading 'Pygmalion' in her college humanities class. We were discussing how much fun it would be to watch back to back versions of non-musical movies with their musical counterparts. For example, 'Pygmalion' followed by 'My Fair Lady'; the French version of 'Gigi' with the MGM version of the musical. Any other suggestions for this mother-daughter activity?
How about Phantom of the Opera. There have been several non-musical versions made, but I like the one made in the 1940s with Claude Rains. The musical version is great. I was glad that they didn't follow the Broadway version except for using the songs. Same general story. Love both. Stage version is marvelous