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George Sidney's big-screen adaptation of Annie Get Your Gun comes to DVD with a standard full-frame transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.33:1. English and French soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital Mono. Subtitles are accessible in both of those languages as well. The supplemental materials include an introduction from Susan Lucci (who played Annie in a revival of the show), four outtake musical numbers, an alternate recording track of the show stopper "There's No Business Like ...
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George Sidney's big-screen adaptation of Annie Get Your Gun comes to DVD with a standard full-frame transfer that preserves the original theatrical aspect ratio of 1.33:1. English and French soundtracks are rendered in Dolby Digital Mono. Subtitles are accessible in both of those languages as well. The supplemental materials include an introduction from Susan Lucci (who played Annie in a revival of the show), four outtake musical numbers, an alternate recording track of the show stopper "There's No Business Like Show Business," and a theatrical trailer. This is a fantastic release from Warner Bros. that should be of interest to anyone with an appreciation for movie musicals.
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Special Features

All-new introduction by "Annie Get Your Gun" Broadway revival star Susan Lucci; Four outtake musical numbers: "Let's Go West Again" with Betty Hutton; "Doin' What Comes Natur'lly" and "I'm an Indian, Too" with Judy Garland and Colonel Buffalo Bill featuring Frank Morgan and Geraldine Wall; Audio recording session track for "There's No Business Like Show Business"; Interactive menus; Theatrical trailer; Scene access; Languages and subtitles: English, Français
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Editorial Reviews

Barnes & Noble - Ed Hulse
This lively 1950 film version of a classic and recently revived Broadway musical showcases many of Irving Berlin's greatest songs and presents vivacious Betty Hutton in the best role of her career. She positively lights up the screen as legendary Wild West sharpshooter Annie Oakley, whose professional pride puts her at odds with dashing competitor Frank Butler brawny Howard Keel, in the first of his many memorable Hollywood musicals. A distinguished supporting cast includes Edward Arnold, Keenan Wynn, J. Carrol Naish, and a particularly sprightly Louis Calhern as Buffalo Bill. Producer Arthur Freed, whose filmmaking unit turned out all the great MGM tunefests, surmounted innumerable obstacles -- including the 11th-hour substitution of Hutton for the ailing Judy Garland, the replacing of original director Busby Berkeley with George Sidney, and the sudden death of the film's original Buffalo Bill, Frank Morgan -- to capture Annie on celluloid. He succeeded magnificently, replicating the stage show in Technicolor opulence and making the film MGM's top grosser for 1950. Berlin won a well-deserved Oscar for his marvelous score, which includes "Anything You Can Do," "Doin' What Comes Naturally," "The Girl That I Marry," and, of course, the showstopping "There's No Business Like Show Business." Unavailable for several decades, Annie Get Your Gun now makes a long-overdue and much welcome return in newly remastered video and DVD editions that are not to be missed.
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An Irving Berlin Broadway musical hit adapted for the screen in 1950, Annie Get Your Gun is loosely based on the story of legendary sharpshooter Annie Oakley. Oakley's real name was Phoebe Ann Oakley Mozie, and she lived from 1860 to 1926, becoming part of showman Buffalo Bill's notorious Wild West traveling shows. In sum, this is a filmed musical about the early days of American entertainment. It is noted more for its songs than any really memorable scenes. "There's No Business Like Show Business" is the musical's signature number, but there are also "The Girl That I Marry" and "You Can't Get a Man with a Gun."" Betty Hutton played the lead role after Judy Garland either pulled out due to illness or was fired due to bad temper, depending on which account one believes. Doris Day was also considered for the part. Howard Keel played Hutton's love interest. In the heyday of musicals, Annie Get Your Gun was one of the most popular and pleasing.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 11/14/2000
  • UPC: 012569543829
  • Original Release: 1950
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  • Source: Warner Home Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Aspect Ratio: Pre-1954 Standard (1.33.1)
  • Presentation: Pan & Scan / Mono
  • Sound: monaural
  • Language: English, Français
  • Time: 1:47:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Betty Hutton Annie Oakley
Howard Keel Frank Butler
Louis Calhern Buffalo Bill
J. Carrol Naish Chief Sitting Bull
Edward Arnold Pawnee Bill
Keenan Wynn Charlie Davenport
Benay Venuta Dolly Tate
Clinton Sundberg Foster Wilson
Eleanora Brown Minnie
Evelyn Beresford Queen Victoria
Sue Casey Cowgirl
André Charlot President Loubet of France
Dorinda Clifton Cowgirl
Diane Dick Nellie
Michael Dugan Cowboy
Elizabeth Flournoy Helen
Lee Tung Foo Waiter
John Hamilton Ship captain
James H. Harrison Mac
Carol Henry Cowboy
Judy Landon Cowgirl
Nolan Leary Immigration officer
Meredith Leeds Cowgirl
Warren MacGregor Cowboy
Charles Mauu Indian brave
Edith Mills Squaw
Brad Mora Little Jake
John Mylong Kaiser Wilhelm II
Susan Odin Jessie
Nino Pipitone King Victor Emmanuel of Italy
Charles Regan Barker
Al Rhein Barker
Carl Sepulveda Cowboy
William Tannen Barker
Tony Taylor Little boy
John War Eagle Indian brave
Marjorie Wood Constance
Chief Yowlachie Little Horse
Budd Fine Immigration officer
Technical Credits
George Sidney Director
Robert Alton Choreography
Irving Berlin Score Composer
Jack Dawn Makeup
Adolph Deutsch Score Composer, Musical Direction/Supervision
Roger Edens Score Composer
Arthur Freed Producer
Cedric Gibbons Art Director
Arnold A. Gillespie Special Effects
Paul Groesse Art Director
Ben Lane Makeup
James Newcom Editor
Warren Newcombe Special Effects
Richard A. Pefferle Production Designer, Set Decoration/Design
Charles Rosher Sr. Cinematographer
Sidney Sheldon Screenwriter
Edwin B. Willis Production Designer, Set Decoration/Design
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Scene Index

Scene Selections
0. Scene Selections
1. Credits (There's No Business Like Show Business, They Say It's Wonderful). [1:22]
2. Colonel Buffalo Bill. [2:46]
3. The Wilson House. [3:12]
4. Bird Bartering. [3:27]
5. Doin' What Comes Natur'lly. [2:46]
6. Taking a Shine. [1:39]
7. The Girl That I Marry. [3:05]
8. You Can't Get a Man With a Gun. [2:55]
9. Shooting Match. [5:43]
10. The Winner. [1:25]
11. There's No Business Like Show Business. [3:10]
12. Riding the Rails. [3:16]
13. Reading Lesson. [3:08]
14. They Say It's Wonderful. [5:17]
15. Planning a Surprise. [2:00]
16. Pawnee Bill and Sitting Bull. [2:24]
17. There's No Business Like Show Business Reprise. [2:21]
18. A Touch For Luck. [:00]
19. My Defenses Are Down. [1:56]
20. Dazzling Display. [3:24]
21. New Backer-and Father. [2:19]
22. Not Yet an Indian. [2:24]
23. I'm an Indian Too. [3:48]
24. Too Smart For Him. [1:33]
25. European Tour. [2:14]
26. Homeward Bound. [5:09]
27. I'll Say, He'll Say. [4:48]
28. Merger Idea. [2:49]
29. The Girl That I Marry Reprise. [2:41]
30. What a Combination. [2:10]
31. "I'd Love to Shoot All of Ya." [3:50]
32. I Got The Sun In The Morning. [1:13]
33. No More Room. [3:22]
34. Anything You Can Do. [2:59]
35. Second Best. [3:46]
36. Finale (There's No Business Like Show Business Reprise). [5:16]
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Menu

Main
Play Movie
   Menu Group #1 with 36 chapter(s) covering 01:47:26
Special Features
   Cast & Crew
   Special Introduction By Susan Lucci
   Outtakes
      "Doin' What Comes Naturally"
      "I'm an Indian Too"
      "Colonel Buffalo Bill"
      "Let's Go West Again"
   Full Length Recording "There's No Business Like Show Business"
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  • Posted October 1, 2010

    A Great Musical with a Twist!

    In this disturbing musical, an orphaned red-headed moppet named Annie sings and dances and then gets really mad at something Daddy Warbucks does. That's when she gets a gun and things turn pretty radical.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Simple and Fun

    In the extras are the scenes Judy Garland filmed before illness led to her firing. Judy is much more subtle and arguably, a better actress than Betty Hutton...and it is sad that she couldn't complete this. Still, Betty is fun, though she seems to be trying to hard. The film is gorgeous to the eye and ear, and is a simple and cute story that even the youngest in the family can enjoy. The Irving Berlin Estate kept this movie in the vault from 1973 til this dvd release, so many of us never had a chance to see it until now.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Probably the greatest musical of all time

    Loosely taken from the life-story of Annie Oakley, this film shows how a good musical should be made. It has everything. Great songs, great story, laughter and, even for an ageing old buck like me; there were more tears than I'd care to admit to. This film shows Betty Hutton at her absolute best. I dare you not to fall in love with her when you see this movie. As well as being a great actress and having a fabulous voice, Betty Hutton was one of the world's most beautiful women. Even clad in buckskin and being covered in dirt couldn't stop her beauty showing through. She brought a unique comedy to her character that no one else could have come close to matching.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    Annie Get Your Gun Hits The Bullseye

    Betty Hutton is outstanding as Annie Oakley. She sings her heart out. You believe in her sincerity in everything she does whether happy or sad. This is a movie not to be missed. It is terrificly entertaining. The Irving Berlin tunes are great. The rest of the cast can't be beat. Don't miss the opportunity to see and own this great movie.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    This one you must see, time and time again!

    I've seen it about 11 times, the last time was in 1971. I'm staying in South Africa and we don't have the luxury to go out and buy a wonderfull movie from way back, when ever we want to. I'm saving to order it from America because: My children have to see it..it is crusual for there upbringing!!!! To learn about when movies was not only ..killing and dying but full of joy and enchantment.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted October 1, 2010

    A Must-Have for the lovers of musicals!

    Not having seen this movie since I was 10, it has always been one I looked for hoping one day it would be released on DVD or Video. This movie's music and lyrics are some of the best ever written and the songs come fast, leaving little time to become bored by the simple story. If you have never heard of Betty Hutton, you will fall in love with her in this role as the naive, sweet, yet strong Annie. Her interpretations of the songs, her wonderful voice and the amazing expressions she uses will make you smile throughout the picture. It is hard NOT to watch her in every scene. This movie shows off her acting as well. In songs with others, she doesn't just stand still while the other actor sings, she reacts to the lyrics and presense of her co-actor with looks and feeling. Howard Keel, in his first film role, is perfect with a voice that just sweeps you off your feet. Just as he does to Annie. You can see why Annie falls for him. If you love musicals, you must have this one.

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