Vincente Minnelli Blu-ray Artist Details

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Blu-ray artist details for Vincente Minnelli, including a listing of titles with cast, crew, genres, awards, rental and informational links. Currently displaying titles sorted by Title Year from Newest to Oldest.

Title Year: 1958

Gigi (1958)

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Gigi 2009-06-02 2006-09-30 -

Leslie Caron stars as Gigi, an avant-garde French waif being groomed as the fille de joie of affluent and handsome Gaston (Louis Jourdan). Soon Gigi metamorphoses into a stunning beauty, and the head-over-heels Gaston asks for her hand. But Gigi's courtesan grandmother is aghast: No one in the family has ever considered something as plebeian as matrimony! This 1958 gem won Oscars for Best Picture and Best Director (Vincente Minnelli).

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Title Year: 1951

An American in Paris (1951)

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An American in Paris 2009-05-29 1999-04-27 -

Once a struggling painter, opportunistic American artist Jerry Mulligan (Gene Kelly) now lives in the City of Light, enjoying the patronage of a well-heeled, amorous American gallery owner (Nina Foch) -- and swiftly falling for a willowy French street urchin (Leslie Caron). Trouble is, the object of Mulligan's affection also happens to be engaged to a famous French singer (Georges Guétary). This tour de force movie musical nabbed seven Oscars.

a.k.a. Un americano a Parigi
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Title Year: 1944

Meet Me in St. Louis (1944)

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Meet Me in St. Louis - 2004-04-06 -

Judy Garland stars as Esther Smith, who just can't ignore the boy next door (Tom Drake), in director Vincente Minnelli's musical masterpiece about the trials and tribulations of a tight-knit family living in St. Louis on the eve of the 1904 World's Fair. Memorable characters and charming songs, which include "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas" and "The Trolley Song," make this one of the greatest American musicals ever filmed.

a.k.a. Le Chant du Missouri
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