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Oklahoma Is A Musical Film Based On The 1943 Stage Musical Oklahoma (Movie Review Sample)

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THE TASK WAS TO A REVIEW OF THE MOVIE CALLED "OKLAHOMA". THIS SAMPLE IS ABOUT AN EVALUATION OF THE MOVIE IN TERMS OF THE SETTING, TIME, THE THEMES PORTRAYED AND HOW IT RELATES TO THE CONTEMPORARY SOCIETY.

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OKLAHOMA FILM
Oklahoma is a musical film based on the 1943 stage musical Oklahoma. It was written by composer Richard Rogers and the lyricist Oscar Hammerstein 2. This movie stars Gordon McRae, Shirley Jones, Rod Steiger, Charlotte Greenwood, Gloria Grahame, Gene Nelson, James Whitmore and Eddie Albert. It is a musical film that was released in theater on 11 October 1955 and in DVD on April 27, 1999.
The characters brought out in this movie are of diverse characteristics; In Gordon McRae, he has a curly cowboy hero look that is handsomely relaxed and sure to attract any damsel. Shirley is strawberry blond in Laurey, and both have excitingly beautifully voices. Charlotte Greenwood’s rangy Aunt Eller is an incredible joy. She has an added rare quality of real compassion to the huge rustiness of the role. On the other hand, Gene Nelsons plays as Lanky Will Parker is light-footed and dimwitted beautiful to the occasionally pretentious Ado Annie of Gloria Grahame.
The plot in this movie is set in the Oklahoma territory in the early 1900s (YouTube. Retrieved from /watch?v=JAs_Xqu_hmg). This musical film tells a story of lovers Curly and Laurey, who due to their stubbornness cannot admit their love for each other. They accept an invitation to a social dance from Aunt Eller's brute farmhand Jud Fry. Unfortunately, Jud is jealous and vengeful of their love and tries to come between them. From there, the love triangle momentarily turns violent and things escalate. Another threesome who keeps the movie interesting is Ado, Will, and Ali.
Ado Annie can be described as clueless, she "Can't say no" (her signature song) and is unable to control her sexual impulses. Her father, James Whitmore, is more than willing to marry her off. She is wooed by Will, Curly's friend, who becomes her fiancé, but while he was away, Ado Annie fell for a Turkish peddler, Ali Hakim. She is torn between Will, a cowboy who loves her and Ali, a peddler who...
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