Seven Brides for Seven Brothers ()

directed by Stanley Donen
featuring Howard Keel, Jeff Richards, Russ Tamblyn, Tommy Rall, Jane Powell, Marc Platt

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Based extremely loosely on the Stephen Vincent Benet story Sobbin' Women," Seven Brides for Seven Brothers is one of the best MGM musicals of the 1950s. Most of the story takes place on an Oregon ranch, maintained by Adam Pontabee (Howard Keel) and his six brothers, played by Jeff Richards, Russ Tamblyn, Tommy Rall, Mark Platt, Matt Mattox, and Jacques d'Amboise (it is no coincidence that five of those six boys are played by professional dancers). When Adam brings home his new bride Milly (Jane Powell), she is appalled at ...

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IBooks1

Feb 3, 2017

Seven is Heavenly

Howard Keel and Jane Powell are riveting in Seven Brides for Seven Brothers. This musical is the story of seven brothers who live so far out in the wilderness that although they are all strong, handsome and bright, they cannot find wives. After the eldest sweeps a young beautiful housekeeper off her feet and to the church, they settle into married life. The bride finds herself waiting on seven men who have no clue as to housekeeping and cooking! Shortly, the other brothers decide to emulate the Romans who stole the Sabine women to be their brides. Chaos ensues but it is wonderful to see and hear.

Patricia

Nov 21, 2015

7 Brides for 7 Brothers

This is such a fun movie. Its full of laughter, singing and fun. The background is beautiful. I really like this movie. Its an old goody.

Juliana C

Jun 8, 2012

Great entertainment

This movie is a great way to kick back, relax and enjoy. It is clean entertainment that can be viewed by the entire family. There is no profanity or inappropriate scenes. A beautiful experience

Shepherdgirl

Mar 8, 2008

This is one of my all time favorite movies. When Millie marries Adam, she has no idea that he has six wild and untamed brothers. She soon tames them and teaches them manners. The fun really begins when Adam decides to help his brothers get wives on the same principle as the story of the Sabine Women!

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