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MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS is a captivating musical about a St. Louis family at the time of the 1903 World's Fair. Tunes include "Trolley Song," "Boy Next Door," "Have Yourself a Merry Christmas," and others. Academy Award Nominations: 4, including Best Screenplay, Best Song ("The Trolley Song").
Tom Drake - American actor, MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS
Harry Davenport - American Actor/Director
Marjorie Main - Character actress, THE EGG AND I
Leon Ames - American Actor
Leon Waycoff - American Actor
Mary Astor - Oscar-winning American Actress; THE MALTESE FALCON, THE GREA
Lucille Vasconcellos Langhanke - Oscar-winning American Actress; THE MALTESE FALCON, THE GREA
George Stoll - Music Director/Conductor
Georgie Stoll - Music Director/Conductor
George J. Folsey - American Director of Photography
George Folsey - American Director of Photography
Vincente Minnelli - Prominent director of MGM musicals
Arthur Freed - Producer of musicals/Lyricist
Arthur Grossman - Producer of musicals/Lyricist
Judy Garland - American actress/singer, THE WIZARD OF OZ (1939)
Frances Gumm - American actress/singer, THE WIZARD OF OZ (1939)
Lucille Bremer - American Dancer/Actress
June Lockhart - Maureen Robinson of TV's "Lost in Space"
Irving Brecher - American Screenwriter/Director
Irving S. Brecher - American Screenwriter/Director
Cedric Gibbons - Art Director/In USA
Margaret O'Brien - American Actress
Angela Maxine O'Brien - American Actress
Fred F. Finklehoffe - American Writer/Producer
Edwin B. Willis - Set Decorator
Vincente Minnelli's classic romantic musical about a St. Louis family at the turn of the century. As the two oldest girls fret about boys and love, a darker, more serious cloud appears on the horizon: their father has been offered a job in New York City -- just as the World's Fair is coming to town and making St. Louis the "center of the world". Will they have to leave the home and town they love -- and their new boyfriends?
MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS was added to the Library of Congress National Film Registry in 1994. The inspiration for MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS, Sally Smith Benson's childhood home, was demolished in December 1994, after falling into decay. Five hundred bricks were saved from the site. Color by Technicolor.
"...Garland is stunning as the girl in love with the boy next door..." - 10/19/1994 USA Today, p.10D
"[Garland is] beautifully made-up and costumed, subtle for once, and often very funny." - 04/09/2004 Entertainment Weekly, p.70
"The ultimate family musical, full of laughs and heartbreaks and scares..." - 05/01/2004 Premiere, p.98
"One of the great musicals; and as a movie about childhood, it's up there with THE NIGHT OF THE HUNTER..." - 07/01/2004 Uncut, p.139
"[A] Technicolor marvel....The film's warmth comes from its depictions of the minutiae of everyday family life..." - 08/01/2004 Sight and Sound, p.74
5 stars out of 5 -- "A poignant Judy Garland blazes like a bauble singing 'Have Yourself A Merry Little Christmas' in MGM's first musical to interweave songs and plot." - 01/01/2012 Total Film