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Hello, Dolly! 50th Anniversary (1969) presented by TCM

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Movie Info & Cast

Synopsis

Fathom Events, TCM and 20th Century Fox present a special 50th anniversary showing of Hello, Dolly! Coming back to the big screen! Dolly Levi uses her matchmaking skills in New York City to orchestrate the love lives of her friends, all the while trying to get the man she likes to fall for her. This event includes exclusive insight from Turner Classic Movies.

Cast

  • Barbra Streisand
  • Walter Matthau
  • Michael Crawford
  • Marianne McAndrew
  • Danny Lockin
  • E.J. Peaker
  • Joyce Ames
  • Tommy Tune
  • Judy Knaiz
  • David Hurst

Did You Know?

Trivia

  • Pat Finley and Sandy Duncan made a screen test for the role of Minnie.
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Goofs

  • When Dolly is purchasing her ticket to Yonkers, she hands the cashier the money twice.
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Quotes

    • Horace: Advice is cheap, Ms. Molloy. It's the things that come gift wrapped that count!
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Verified Review

They just don’t make them like that anymore!!! Very fun!!!

JP
Joseph P
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#seeingitagain

I've seen it over 100 times. forgot how grand the big screen is

MC
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Metacritic

63

Dolly lost a fortune and helped to all but kill the genre, yet this famed musical adaptation of Thornton Wilder's The Matchmaker is more fun than its rep indicates. [15 Nov 2005, p.8D]

Metacritic review by Mike Clark
Mike Clark
USA Today
50

The choreography, the performances, the set decoration, the dialogue, everything about Hello, Dolly! is played directly to the back row of the theater, which would be fine on the stage, but on anamorphic widescreen close-ups tends to be more frightening than mirthful.

Metacritic review by Eric Henderson
Eric Henderson
Slant Magazine
50

By the time Streisand takes over the entire movie with the title number, in which the massive waitstaff of an upscale restaurant gathers to sing and dance her praises, I couldn’t help but wonder what all the fuss was about.

Josh Larsen
LarsenOnFilm