Annie Get Your Gun (Region A Blu-ray)

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Product Details

Barcode
883929740314
Department
Movies & TV
Released
21 Apr 2021
Type
Movies
Format
Blu-ray
Genre
Musicals
Sub-genre
Romance
Region
Region A
Language
English
Supply Source
USA

Movie

Title
Annie Get Your Gun
Release Year
1950
Running Time
107 min
Language
English
Categories
Musical & Performing Arts / Musicals / Broadway / Classic / Competitions / Romance / Theatrical Release
Ratings
IMDb
6.9
Rotten Tomatoes®
100%
Metacritic
77
Synopsis
Sharpshooter and star of Colonel Buffalo Bill's Show, Frank Butler (Howard Keel) falls for the spirited Annie Oakley (Betty Hutton) until she provokes him into a clay pigeon shooting competition. Unfortunately, Annie is left to realize a man isn't always interested in a woman who can beat him at his own game. The film is based on Irving Berlin's play and contains the songs "Anything You Can Do," "Doin' What Comes Naturally," and "There's No Business Like Show Business." Winner of the 1951 Academy Award for Best Music and Scoring of a Musical Picture. It should be noted that Judy Garland was originally cast to star in ANNIE GET YOUR GUN, but fell ill and was replaced by Betty Hutton.
Release Notes
DVD Features:
  • Region [unknown]
Poster
Poster for Annie Get Your Gun
Cast & Crew
Director
George Sidney
Star
Edward Arnold / Louis Calhern / Betty Hutton / Howard Keel / J. Carrol Naish / Clinton Sundberg / Keenan Wynn
Screenwriter
Sidney Sheldon
Composer
Irving Berlin / Adolph Deutsch / Roger Edens
Producer
Arthur Freed
Director of Photography
Charles Rosher
Editor
James E. Newcom
Production Designer
Cedric Gibbons / Paul Groesse
Costume Designer
Walter Plunkett / Helen Rose
Writer
Dorothy Fields / Herbert Fields
Movie Critics
USA Today
"...Irving Berlin's most enduring musical..."
Mike Clark (17 Nov 2000, p.13E)

Awards

Academy Awards
Best Adapted or Musical Song/Score
Winner: 1950 - Adolph Deutsch
Best Adapted or Musical Song/Score
Winner: 1950 - Roger Edens