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Aileen Quinn Mie Kataoka
Albert Finney Tsunehiko Kamijo
Geoffrey Holder Kenji Utsumi
Carol Burnett FUJITATOSHIKO
Tim Curry Isao Bitou
Bernadette Peters Fusako Amachi
Edward Herrmann Kurosawa Ryou Masato Shimon
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Outside Japan :Released:1982/06/18
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2015/11/30 Very Good(+2 pnt) [Original Japanese review]
by 墨汁一滴 (Skip) Provider: 21970 Host:22073 Browser: 1975(Mobile)
By the way, it was an impression that musicals were often performed when I was still a primary school student, not to mention the recent remake, but it was a famous masterpiece musical of America.
"It maybe" is the first song that Annie, the hero, dreams of the parents who threw themselves at the window of an orphanage may come to pick me up someday. Tomorrow starting with the lyrics of this and "morning comes ~" can be said as the theme of this drama, and in the United States under the recession of the 1930's, feelings of Americans trying to live brightly, with hope It seems like it is represented well.
Among other things, as a scene to convey the mood of that 1930 's, it was pleasant that Waubucks would appeal to parents of Annie from the broadcasting station, and Miss. "Little Girl" singing with Ginnigan drinking Jin and Rooster Lily's three people "Fuck with Gapoli if you do anything" and "Easy.Street" which is numbered by bad struggle was also a humorous mentality and the taste of American port building was made use of.
I would like to see the remake version if there is opportunity.
Although it is evaluation at the end, I will say "very good".