Screen One Movie Musicals Month: Day Ten

Screen One Movie Musicals Month - Day Ten

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!

Chitty Chitty Bang Bang Dir: Ken Hughes Stream: Prime (MGM)

Inventor Caractacus Potts transforms an old car into a magical flying vehicle that transports him and his family to a kingdom ruled by the evil Baron Bomburst.

17 December 1968 (UK)

Movie Musicals Month - Chitty Chitty Bang Bang poster Screen One

Much like The Sound of Music, Chitty Chitty Bang Bang is one of those musical classics that you can porbably find on a TV channel somewhere every holiday season. With some super songs and Dick Van Dyke at the top of his game, you’ve got to love the fairy tale-esque story from Roald Dahl, Ken hughes and Ian Fleming (Yes that Ian Fleming). It also features one of the all time villians that has generations of childrena nd adults alike hiding behind sofas and their hands in the shape of Robert Helpmann’s Child Catcher who there mere mention of his name will no doubts send shivers down peoples spines…

Check out the previous Screen One Movie Musicals days

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

Day Eight | Day Nine

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