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It was re-issued in, and in a "Broadway Tribute Edition" to coincide with the original play's Broadway 20th anniversary revival that year. There were two widescreen LaserDiscs released, one in and another in The film was released in a widescreen DVD edition on December 12, Reviewing the disc for DVD TalkGlenn Ericksonwhile praising the film overall, called the pan and scan transfer an "abomination that's grainy and lacking in color.
Quinn contained clips from the film in the correct aspect ratio. Erickson also called the music video of "It's the Hard-Knock Life" by Play "pretty dreary" and attacked the other, child-oriented extras by saying "Musicals and kids' films aren't just for tots The film was released as a "sing-along edition" on Blu-ray on October 2, in celebration of the 30th anniversary of the film and the 35th anniversary of the Broadway version set a revival in November A sequel, Annie: A Royal Adventure!
Aside from a reprise of "Tomorrow," there are no songs in it. No cast members from the film appeared in this sequel. Rooster, Lily and Grace Farrell were cut out of the sequel. However, the kids get mixed up in the scheme of an evil noblewoman Collins to blow up Buckingham Palace while all the heirs to the throne are present for Warbucks's knighting, thus making her queen.
Although truer to the original stage musical than the version as well as having a more comedic tone than the version's slightly dark oneit condensed much of the LP story in order to make it more watchable for children. The film also featured a special appearance by Andrea McArdlestar of the original Broadway LP. On January 20, it was announced that Will Smith was planning to produce Anniea contemporary remake of the film. On May 25,it was announced that Jay-Z was writing new songs for the film.
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Theatrical release poster. Main article: Annie: A Royal Adventure! Main article: Annie film. Box Office Mojo. Retrieved February 1, British Board of Film Classification. May 6, Retrieved November 20, Turner Classic Movies. Retrieved October 29, Mental Floss. Retrieved December 4, SM 40, May 2, Hartford Courant.
Asbury Park Press. Retrieved October 17, December 31, Archived from the original on March 20, Retrieved January 14, Retrieved December 19, The New York Times. May 12, Chicago Tribune. Section 3, p. Los Angeles Times. Part VI, p. The Washington Post. For example, reprises, or minor songs might not be included.
By the s, the rise of the compact disc with its minute recording capacity which was increased to 80 minutes in the s resulted in improvements in cast recordings, which were now usually capable of including all songs, the full overture and entr'acte, and, when appropriate, lead-in dialogue to the songs.
In recent years, some cast recordings have been recorded live, in recording studios incorporated into the theater concerned. Otherwise, live recordings tend to trade sound quality for freshness and immediacy.
It is often the case that many cast recordings may be made for the same show. In addition to the recording of the cast of the original production, later high-profile productions may also produce cast recordings: for example, a recording by the cast of the first London production of a show that originated on Broadway, or of the first Broadway cast of a show that originated off-Broadwayor of the cast of a revival produced many decades later than the original production.
For some musicals created before cast recordings became the norm, studio cast recordings are all that exist to document the original productions' orchestrations. Original cast : the premiere or original cast of the production original Broadway cast; original London cast; original Toronto cast; original Australian cast, etc.
This can rather confusingly include revivals as well as first productions. Less misleading in this last case is "Revival Cast". Studio cast : assembled by a record company. In the early days, the studio cast singers were often lesser known performers with good singing voices, usually joined by one fairly well known star. More recent studio albums have tended to be note-complete recreations of the original orchestrations, often with well-known singers not infrequently from the world of opera rather than musical theatre taking the leads: such as EMI's recordings of Brigadoon and Show Boat.
The performers who appear in Broadway shows sing the score live each night. When a Broadway cast album is made, it is as a rule recorded in a studio and produced with the home listener in mind although live recordings of the original cast are not unknown. While it is strictly correct if misleading to call a movie soundtrack a "cast recording" since it does record the performances of the film cast, it is even more misleading, not to mention incorrect, to call any recording a "soundtrack" that has no connection with a motion picture or recorded television production.
Soundtrack albums fill a very similar function for films with music. Soundtrack and cast albums sometimes have much in common, especially when the film concerned is a motion picture version of an original stage musical, and it often makes sense for record shops to put the two genres in the same section.
But the cast album of a stage musical is very specifically not a soundtrack. Decca Broadwayknown from the s until the s simply as Decca Records, is the label that began the trend in North America.
They released rpm album sets of Porgy and BessOklahoma! InDecca began to re-release the best-selling of these albums on LP and in the Album) s began offer electronically enhanced for stereo editions. The label was out of the business of recording new cast albums by the end of the s. Decca was bought by MCA and in the early s many of these titles were re-released on the MCA label, all using the fake stereo masters.
MCA released many of their classic shows on CD in the s, going back to original master discs and tapes to generate excellent sounding and complete remasters of the originals. Decca Broadway has re-mastered and reissued virtually every cast album in the old Decca catalogue including many rare titles that had not been available in almost 50 years.
It has not, however, released the London cast album of Man of La Mancha on CD, perhaps because it contains most of the dialogue from the show, and the film version is readily available on DVD.
Wickedin particular has been a big seller for the label and continues to sell well. Although some of the slower-selling catalog titles have been deleted, many remain available as downloads. Louis Woman inmainly because lyricist Johnny Mercer was one of the label's founders. It wasn't until the s, however, that the label began bidding for cast album rights.
Recordings featuring the film casts of three Rodgers and Hammerstein films Oklahoma! An even bigger hit came along in with The Music Manwhich reached the 1 spot on the Billboard charts and stayed there for 12 weeks. It was also the label's first stereo cast album. Capitol recorded it, and the album became a million seller. The label executives complained that "cast albums don't sell" ignoring the ongoing success of Funny Girl and The Music Man and the fact that many of their shows had been outright flops.
Follies Annie - ;Annie; Original Cast - Annie (Original Cast Recording) (Vinyl truncated to a single LP missing four songs and abridging many of the others. It would be Capitol's last original cast album. EMI's classical division took over the Capitol Broadway cast catalogue in and reissued all 40 of the cast albums on the Broadway Angel label.
The CDs were well packaged with booklets containing detailed notes and production photos. Although only a half dozen of these releases are still in print as of Octobermost of the deleted titles have been reissued by DRG keeping the scores available for collectors.
Brigadoon was a big seller and remains in print on CD today. High Button Shoes was a hit show but the album did not do well. At that time they also did the first LP Album) of Allegro. As the LP era dawned, Victor competed with Columbia for cast album rights. The album was a failure and was out of print until Red Seal reissued it in They hit the top of the charts with Hair in InThomas Z.
InShepard staged an all-star concert to make a complete recording of Sondheim's Follies.
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