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Thoroughly Modern Millie

Twenties fluff directed by George Roy Hill (Butch Cassidy, Slaughterhouse-Five) in 1967 and starring Julie Andrews, Mary Tyler Moore, James Fox, Beatrice Lillie, and Carol Channing. Great songs, if you like the likes of “Poor Butterfly,” “Japanese Sandman,” “Rose of Washington Square,” and “I'm Sitting on Top of the World.&rdquo.

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