Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (1954) was a Adventure - Comedy Film directed by Stanley Donen and produced by Jack Cummings.
The film was based on the short story The Sobbin' Women written by Stephen Vincent Benet published in Argosy Magazine in Nov 1938.
Seven Brides for Seven Brothers was inducted into the National Film Registry in 2004.
Academy Awards 1954 --- Ceremony Number 27 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Cinematography||George Folsey||Nominated|
|Best Film Editing||Ralph E. Winters||Nominated|
|Best Music - Scoring||Adolph Deutsch, Saul Chaplin||Won|
|Best Picture||Jack Cummings, Producer||Nominated|
|Best Writing||Albert Hackett, Frances Goodrich, Dorothy Kingsley||Nominated|
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Milly: Well, it wouldn't hurt you to learn some manners, too.
Adam: What do I need manners for? I already got me a wife.
Gideon: Adam, you're my eldest brother. Now I've always looked up to ya, tried to ape ya. But today I'm ashamed of you. Now I know you can lick me, lick the tar outta me! But I wouldn't hold myself no kinda man unless I showed ya how I felt!
Adam: Why you...!
[throws him on horse, hands him reigns]
Adam: Now, GIT!
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Michael Kidd initially turned down the project. He had just come off a show on Broadway and wanted a rest. He changed his mind after hearing the score.
Played at the Radio City Music Hall in New York in a slot that was originally intended for Brigadoon.
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