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An enchanting fantasy of music, dance and romance!
|Two american hunters, lost in the highlands of scotland, stumble upon a small town not listed on any map|
Editor's NoteRomance blooms for an American who stumbles upon a magical Scottish village visible for one day every hundred years. Bagpipes and brogues abound in the Technicolor Highlands, and the Lerner and Loewe score makes this one of the most underrated of the grand 1950s musicals.
Cast & Crew
|Alan Jay Lerner - Writer|
|Arthur Freed - Producer|
|Frederick Loewe - Musical Score|
|Joseph Ruttenberg - Cinematographer|
|Vincente Minelli - Director|
Plot SummaryThe highland village of Brigadoon normally remains invisible, sleeping in the Scottish mists. But one day in every one hundred years, the town magically materializes. And when that day of joyful celebration ends, Brigadoon vanishes from the countryside and returns to its slumber. There's only one catch: no native can leave the village or it will disappear forever.| A pair of American hunters stumble upon Brigadoon on the single day it's come to life, and when one of them falls for a lovely lass, he is tempted to take refuge there. But then a jealous villager attempts to escape, endangering the entire town... and destroying the wonder that was Brigadoon.
Golden Globe (1955)
|Joseph Ruttenberg, Winner, Best Cinematography--Color|
|E. Preston Ames, et al., Nominee, Best Art Direction--Set Decoration, Color|
|Irene Sharaff, Nominee, Best Costume Design, Color|
|Wesley C. Miller, Nominee, Best Sound, Recording|