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Meredith Willson's The Music Man (TV Film) [Import USA Zone 1] [Import USA Zone 1]

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  • Acteurs : Matthew Broderick, Kristin Chenoweth, Victor Garber, Debra Monk, Molly Shannon
  • Réalisateurs : Jeff Bleckner
  • Scénaristes : Franklin Lacey, Meredith Willson, Sally Robinson
  • Producteurs : Jeff Bleckner, Craig Zadan, John M. Eckert, Neil Meron
  • Format : NTSC, Import
  • Audio : Anglais (Dolby Digital 5.1)
  • Région : Région 1 (USA et Canada). Ce DVD ne pourra probablement pas être visualisé en Europe. Plus d'informations sur les formats DVD/Blu-ray.
  • Rapport de forme : 1.33:1
  • Nombre de disques : 1
  • Studio : Walt Disney Video
  • Date de sortie du DVD : 11 novembre 2003
  • Durée : 150 minutes
  • Moyenne des commentaires client : 1.0 étoiles sur 5 1 commentaire client
  • ASIN: B0000BWVMQ
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Professor Harold Hill, traveling salesman, presently is selling boy's bands. He is challenged by the other salesmen and the tuff sale of River City. Can he sell the band, and get out of town before they find out that he does not know one note from another, or will the local librarian find him out first?
While technically correct it lacks the finish of the movie ("The Music Man" 1962). You immediately realize that this is neither a stage play nor the movie. It is some type of hybrid that attempts to apply the play in a movie setting and misses both marks.

Next you will see the lack of dialog and expressive facial quarks that set the sparkle and is half of the story it's self. I do not know if the original play and movie deviated as much as this program does? However it is not an improvement. No one has quite the singing abilities. It is reasonable to expect different people to have different acting and singing styles. Yet I am not quite ready to see Farris Buller (by the way Matthew Broderick was excellent as Farris) in this dynamic role. Maybe 150 minutes were not long enough still many of the songs were cut short and some changed lyrics. Every once in a while Matthew would mumble the song.
Even if he could carry it off there was a dismal amount of support from the other characters. Marian (Kristin Chenoweth) looked more like a gypsy than a librarian. In all of this sea of mediocrity Victor Garber is well suited for the part of Mayor Shinn. There were a few time though where he was ahead and behind his queue.
This presentation was just not worth the effort.
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HASH(0x8b440e58) étoiles sur 5 Broderick reinterprets Harold Hill 15 décembre 2003
Par Willard C. Smith - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Comparisons between the 1962 and 2003 versions of the Music Man are inevitable. And such comparisons are going to center on the different approaches that Robert Preston and Matthew Broderick used to create the character of Professor Harold Hill. While many critics have dismissed Matthew Broderick's characterization, I believe that these critics have overlooked a significant interpretation of the Music Man. I like both versions of The Music Man, because they complement each other.

Robert Preston interpreted Harold Hill as a fast talking con man who doubled as a sort of Pied Piper. He would lead and the town people would follow right along. It is fun to watch, but also a little confusing. Here are all these stubborn, stiff-necked Iowa folk being gullibly conned left and right. One would think that the citizens of River City wouldn't have agreed to the creation of a Boys Band unless there was something else going on.

On the other hand, Broderick's Harold Hill is someone who can somehow appeal to a person's innermost wants and dreams. He isn't fast talking; instead he is able to get them to invoke their own dreams and wants, and he is able to do this because he is trying to realize his own frustrated dreams. In contrast to Preston, Broderick underplays Harold Hill and it works.

No where is this interpretation more evident than in the "Marian the Librarian" sequence. Preston's Hill creates havoc in the library by behaving like a Pied Piper and everyone else is swept up in the process. Even Shirley Jones' Marian is temporally swept away.

Broderick's Hill mesmerizes Kristin Chenoweth's Marian so that she invokes her dream in an unusual interlude in this number. It works because Broderick's Hill isn't trying to con her into something; he is trying to awaken her hopes and dreams.

The "Trouble in River City" sequence also highlights this different interpretation of Harold Hill. Robert Preston invokes the atmosphere of a Religious Revival, whereas Broderick jumps from place to place (the barber shop, the ladies hat shop, the street, etc) planting the idea into everyone's head.

Once you understand this approach, then other things in the 2003 version of the Music Man make a lot of sense. Unlike the 1962 version where Marian changes her mind because Hill has made Winthrop happy with an instrument; the 2003 version Marian changes her mind because she understands that by realizing Winthop's dreams her brother will come out of his shell. Moreover, in this context, Marian's monologue of why she is glad Hill came to town, even though he is a swindler, makes more sense.

Having said all this, the 1962 version is more polished. The editing is crisp. The supporting cast is difficult to beat: Buddy Hackett, Hermonone Gingold, Paul Ford, Ron Howard, and even Mary Wickes!

But there are still some things about the 2003 version that I think are superior to the 1962 version. The 1962 version edited the "My White Knight" song, whereas Kristin Chenoweth gives us the full version. The dance sequences in the 1962 version are very tight and invoke a sort of Busby Berkeley production. I prefer the 2003 dance sequences because you actually get to see more of the feet, body, and arm movement that were sacrificed in the 1962 production. One last point, you can understand the lyrics in the 2003 version a lot better.

LATER ADDITION: Recently I came across a short film of the original Broadway Production with Robert Preston. I was surprised to see that Robert Preston's original interpretation of Harold Hill actually had more in common with Matthew Broderick's interpretation in this version.
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HASH(0x8b4430c0) étoiles sur 5 No Trouble in This Remake 15 janvier 2004
Par Mark Baker - Carstairs Considers - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Professor Harold Hill has come to River City, Iowa, to get them to start a boys' marching band. He claims he can teach the students to play; all the parents need to do is buy the instruments and uniforms. Only the mayor and Marian, the local librarian and piano teacher, seem at all suspicious of this fast talking smooth salesman. Can they find the proof they need to stop him from swindling the rest of the town? Will they want to?
I'm almost ashamed to say that this was my introduction to this classic American musical only because it took me this long to see it. I fell in love with it as soon as I saw it, however. Since I had nothing to compare it to, I thought it was wonderful. I have since seen the original film, and I can see differences. Matthew Broderick plans a toned down version of Harold Hill, but I find his charm more appealing as a selling point to the town's people. Kristin Chenoweth shines as Marion. That woman can sing and brings real warmth to the roll. The rest of the cast is wonderful as well, especially Victor Garber as the mayor and Molly Shannon as his wife. Considering Victor Garber's past musical experience, I was surprised at how small his part here really was, but he makes every appearance memorable. This version takes better advantage of the film format for some truly inventive, fun dance numbers, especially in "Seventy-six Trombones" and "Marian the Librarian."
Those hoping for some nice bonus features on the DVD like I was will be disappointed. There is only a short (7 or 8 minute) documentary on the making of the film that barely scratches the surface and a special recording of Kristin Chenoweth singing "Till there was You." The movie itself is presented in full frame, which makes sense considering it was made for TV. Picture quality and sound are top notch throughout the DVD.
So, which version is better? That's really a hard call. Those raised with Robert Preston will probably find flaws with this version and reasons to like the original. I think I lean a little more toward this one, mainly for the dance numbers and favorites in the cast. Both are excellent, however, and capture the charm of this musical well.
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HASH(0x8b443300) étoiles sur 5 Harold Hill Meets Ferris Bueller 14 janvier 2004
Par Timothy Kearney - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Though it was a highly promoted production, not everyone was all that thrilled with a made for television version of THE MUISC MAN. Some viewed this production as blasphemy of a great American musical. Robert Preston and Shirley Jones did a good enough job in the original, so why tamper with a classic? Without a doubt, the original film version is a classic and is the better production. This is not to say, however, that the made for television production starring Matthew Broderick as Professor Harold Hill and Kristen Chenoweth as River City's faithful librarian Marion does not have its good points. Broderick does a wonderful job presenting his interpretation of Harold Hill. He has the same mischivios charm and charisma that made FERRIS BUELLER'S DAY OFF such a success and I suppose we can easily imagine the fictional Ferris Bueller growing up and becoming a Harold Hill. Broderick uses his many talents to make the role come to life and does more than an adequate job. The musical numbers are lively and the dance scenes are superb. Molly Shannon adds to the cast. I will have to admit that the barbershop quartet in the made for T.V. Version will never rival the Buffalo Bills, and no one can match Buddy Hackett's version of "Shipoopie".
If the purpose is to present an enjoyable version of an all time classic, this it does rather well.
Is this version as good as the stage version or movie? No, but I'm not sure that anyone involved in the production ever expected that it would. They simply wanted to entertain and this version is entertaining.
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HASH(0x8b443660) étoiles sur 5 Chenoweth Shines; Broderick Doesn't 27 septembre 2007
Par J. Jarvie - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD Achat vérifié
Not being a huge Matthew Broderick fan, I stayed away from this when it came out. I just couldn't see him as Professor Harold Hill. Broderick did a find job in The Producers though; and that, as well as an overwhelming desire to see the lovely, multi-talented Kristen Chenoweth as Marion led me to finally purchase a used copy of this. Chenoweth did not disappoint in the least. She has the voice of an angel (and is beautiful and charming as well); and is one of the few women - maybe the only one - that I could see in a role originated by Barbara Cook. Victor Garber was also wonderful as the mayor; but he's always wonderful. The supporting cast pretty much ranged from good to adequate. I wasn't in love with the camera work, but it didn't bother me as much as it did others; and I did liked the sets quite a lot . Now to Broderick. In a word: terrible. Too young, not enough swagger, nowhere near the personality and charisma necessary for this role. If I watch this again, it will be solely to see and hear Kristen Chenoweth's Marion.
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HASH(0x8b443414) étoiles sur 5 Meredith Wilson is turning over in his grave! 19 décembre 2010
Par Movie Lover - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: DVD
Chenoweth has a huge voice and she does her part, and reviving "My White Knight" from the stage play was a nice addition, but Matthew Broderick as Professor Harold Hill is the worst piece of casting in the history of cinema. The producer and director should go to Meredith Wilson's grave and aplogize. Simply an awful movie.
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