The movie musical is one of the entertainment staples that has been there for generations. There are several movie musicals with legacies that lived on in the hearts of the audience.
Recently, one video with 20 song clips from the catchiest movie musicals gained immense popularity online. “Steppin’ Out with My Baby” from “Easter Parade” (1948) had Fred Astaire dancing on the stairs wearing a white suit and a hat. It was an iconic song of those times. The 1948 musical “Easter Parade” had Astaire and Judy Garland as main leads and was the highest-grossing movie that year.
“I Could Have Danced All Night” from “My Fair Lady” (1964) was a joyful declaration of happiness. The song was sung by Marni Nixon, who dubbed Audrey Hepburn’s singing voice, and there was nothing more exciting than that.
“New York, New York” from “On the Town” (1949) was one of the most exciting dance numbers. It had Gene Kelly, Frank Sinatra, and Jukes Munshin enjoying their time in New York. “Diamonds Are a Girl’s Best Friend” from “Gentlemen Prefer Blondes” (1953) was a song that made you think about the beautiful Marilyn Monroe.
“Don’t Rain on My Parade” from “Funny Girl” (1968) was filled with snappy tunes. Undoubtedly, no one could forget Marlon Brando’s rendition of “Luck Be a Lady.” Likewise, “The Trolley Song” from “Meet Me in St. Louis” (1944) was an easy tune to remember.
“Consider Yourself” from “Oliver” (1968) was a brassy number in a signature accent. It was a beautiful ode to eating. “It’s the Hard-Knock Life” from “Annie” (1982) was an everlasting tune, and “You’re the One That I Want” from “Grease” (1978) was a catchy number.
“Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” by “Mary Poppins” (1964) was a song that would stick in your head very quickly. It was an instant classic and made Julie Andrews a star. Although it was not that successful back then, “Singin’ in the Rain” from “Singin’ in the Rain” (1952) became a classic song. Finally, “America” from “West Side Story” (1961) was a musical masterpiece that Rita Moreno was unforgettable in music.