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The Pirate (1948 Movie Soundtrack) (Rhino Handmade) [Soundtrack, Extra tracks]

Gene Kelly , Judy Garland , Cole Porter Audio CD


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1. Main Title (Mack the Black)
2. Nina
3. Mack the Black
4. Love of My Life (Outtake) [Outtake]
5. Pirate Ballet
6. You Can Do No Wrong
7. Be a Clown
8. Love of My Life (Reprise)
9. Be a Clown (Finale)
10. Mack the Black (Unused Version)
11. Papayas / Seraphin's March (Partial Demo) [#]
12. Voodoo (Outtake) [Outtake]
13. Manuela (Demo) [#][Demo Version]
14. Voodoo (Demo) [#][Demo Version]
15. Nina (Demo) [#][Demo Version]
16. You Can Do No Wrong (Demo) [#][Demo Version]
17. Be a Clown (Demo) [#][Demo Version]
18. Judy Garland Interview with Dick Simmons [#]
19. Gene Kelly Interview with Dick Simmons [#]

Editorial Reviews

When Alfred Lunt and Lynn Fontanne appeared in S. N. Behrmann's The Pirate on Broadway, there were no musical numbers whatsoever. But with Gene Kelly and Judy Garland in the leading roles of the 1948 filmization of The Pirate, the MGM production staff would have been drawn and quartered had there not been song after song. The story is merely serviceable: on a Caribbean isle in the early 19th century, sheltered young Garland comes to believe that travelling troubadour Kelly is in reality "Mack the Black," a notorious pirate. Kelly realizes that the surest way to win Garland's heart is to impersonate the romantic buccaneer, and this is what he does--nearly getting himself hanged in the process. Cole Porter's marvelous score yielded only one bona-fide hit: "Be a Clown", which has practically nothing to do with the storyline, but do you care? Highlights include the magnificently staged "Mack the Black," a heady combination of Broadway glitz and Caligariesque nightmare. Seven MGM screenwriters toiled away on The Pirate, though only the team of Albert Hackett and Frances Goodrich were credited. While The Pirate was not a huge moneymaker on its first release, it has since been embraced by the cultists, who apparently can never get enough of Judy Garland. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

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