Thoroughly Modern Millie Movie Review 1967

Information and Film Reviews for Thoroughly Modern Millie the Movie

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Andrews is a young woman who comes to New York in the early 1920s where she meets another newcomer, the innocent Moore. Andrews decides to upgrade her image to that of a "modern" woman, a flapper, and sets out to realize her ambition, to become a stenographer and marry the boss. Meanwhile, Moore has become an object of interest to Lillie, who just happens to run a white-slavery ring. Lots of frantic moments and big production numbers in this campy film. Channing and Lillie are exceptional fun.

Distribution

Universal Studios Home Video, 100 Universal City Plz., Universal City, CA 91608-9955, Phone: (818)777-1000, Fax: (818)866-1483, URL: http://www.universalstudios.com, Remarks: Does not handle retail queries from consumers; contact your local video distributor.

Available on VHS, DVD
Running time 138 minutes.

Cast and Crew

Genres
Musical Comedy, Adapted from a Play, Period Piece: 1920s, Elevators
Screenplay
Richard Morris
Cast
Julie Andrews, Carol Channing, Mary Tyler Moore, John Gavin, Beatrice Lillie, James Fox, Noriyuki "Pat" Morita
Cinematography
Russell Metty
Director
George Roy Hill
Music
Elmer Bernstein
Producer
Mark Huffam, Ross Hunter Productions

Awards

Oscars 1967: Orig. Score; Golden Globes 1968: Support. Actress (Channing).

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