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Handy Guide to Oregon Movie Musicals

February 22nd, 2009 by Anne Richardson · No Comments · Handy guide series

As proto-rocker Johnnie Ray became more and more famous, he threw caution to the winds and wore his hearing aid openly on stage.

Some Oregon musicals:

Whoopee! 1930 (George Olsen)

Born To Dance 1936 (Del Porter)

A Date With Judy 1948 (Jane Powell)

Seven Brides for Seven Brothers 1954 (Jane Powell)

There’s No Business Like Show Business 1954 (Johnnie Ray)

Sleeping Beauty 1959 (George Bruns)

Jungle Book 1967 (Ralph Wright, George Bruns)

Paint Your Wagon 1969 (Clint Eastwood, shot in Bend)

The Wild Party 1975 (Raquel Welch, James Ivory)

Hair 1979 (Ren Woods)

The Blues Brothers 1980 (John Beluschi & Dan Ackroyd’s homage to Curtis Salgado)

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