Screen One Movie Musicals Month: Day Eight

Screen One Movie Musicals Month - Day Eight

Welcome to the Screen One Movie Musicals Month! For the entire month of July, we are thrilled to bring you a daily dose of dazzling movie musicals that will entertain and enchant you. From classic toe-tapping numbers to modern show-stopping performances, our selection is designed to have you tapping your toes, humming along, and maybe even bursting into song. So, grab your popcorn and get ready to be swept away by the magic of musical cinema every single day this month!

Throughout July, we will showcase a delightful selection of movie musicals, ranging from family comedies and classics to animated gems and feel-good favorites. Each day, you’ll discover a new musical packed with absolutely cracking songs that will have you singing and dancing along. Some selections might be familiar, while others may surprise you, but we guarantee they’ll all entertain and enchant. Join us each day for 31 days of musical magic, and don’t forget to share your thoughts on our daily choices through our social community. Follow, like, share, and comment via the buttons below!

So without further ado here is todays selecetion, we provide you the film, trailer, synopsis and a link to where you can watch the movie. Have fun preparing for the Screen One month of Movie Musicals!

The Sound Of Music Dir: Robert Wise Stream: Disney+

Maria, an aspiring nun, is sent as a governess to take care of seven motherless children. Soon her jovial and loving nature tames their hearts and the children become fond of her.

Release date: 29 March 1965 (UK)

Screen One Movie Musicals Month - The Sound of Music poster

Second day for a Robert Wise directed musical. The Sound of Musical, yet another classic that will rank up there in most people’s top 5. Feturing a never better Julie Andrews (Well maybe Mary Poppins), but The Sound of Music features hit after hit, showstopper after showstopper with huge feelgood factor. If you’ve never seen this then you are probably less than 5 years old. You usually can find it on a TV somewhere in the world and its worth the watch. Singing Nuns! Dastardly Nazis! It’s all here and worth the watch or maybe you could head along to one of the world famous sing-alongs that are held at various cinemas across the world.

Check out the previous Screen One Movie Musicals days

Day One | Day Two | Day Three | Day Four | Day Five | Day Six | Day Seven

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