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Seven Brides For Seven Brothers


Jul 21, 1954

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Oct 11, 2004

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Stanley Donen, Scott Benson


Jane Powell
Howard Keel
Stanley Donen
Saul Chaplin
Michael Kidd


1954 Warner Home Video

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Full of romantic notions, Milly (Jane Powell) agrees to marry a dashing backwoodsman (Howard Keel) whose definition of a wife is someone to cook and clean for him. It isn't until she arrives at his isolated farmstead that she discovers he has six dependant bachelor brothers who'll need some tending too.

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Why Is Seven Brides For Seven Brothers Rated G?

Seven Brides For Seven Brothers is rated G

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Canadian Home Video Rating: PG

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DVD Notes: Seven Brides for Seven Brothers (Two-Disc Special Edition)

Release Date: 12 October 2004

For those of you who have grown up watching the pan-and-scan version of this movie on TV or VHS tape, it’s a good bet you’ve only seen Three Brides for Three Brothers! Thanks to the DVD release in a wide screen format, you can now see them all. This new two-disc set offers commentary by Stanley Donen (the film’s director), and a documentary hosted by Howard Keel (featuring new interviews with Jane Powell) and more.

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