Thoroughly Modern Millie (21-Mar-1967)|
Director: George Roy Hill
Writer: Richard Morris
Music Score by: Elmer Bernstein
Producer: Ross Hunter
Keywords: Musical Comedy
Innocent Kansas girl Millie Dillmount comes to New York at the height of the Roaring 20s, seeking employment with the goal of marrying her boss, whoever that might end up being. Also Carol Channing gets shot out of a cannon. Won an Oscar for Best Original Score; received addtional nominations for Best Actress, Best Set Decoration, Best Costume Design, Best Sound, Best Adapted Score, and Best Original Song, "Thoroughly Modern Millie."
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Review by Cindy (posted on 31-May-2005)
This is, without a doubt, one of the funniest movies I have ever seen. Julie Andrews as Millie catches every single woman's thoughts and worries. I can't watch this movie enough. Carol Channing is totally delightful. In fact, the whole movie is totally delightful.
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