The Unsinkable Molly Brown

Debbie Reynolds is the feisty title character who earns her moniker by surviving a trip on the Titanic. Based on the true story of the wealthiest woman in Denver in the late 1800's. Meredith Wilson's score includes 'Belly Up to the Bar, Boys'. With Ed Begley and Harve Presnell.

Year: 1964
Genre: Musicals, Alice's Playhouse
Country: USA
Director: Charles Walters
Starring: Debbie Reynolds, Harve Presnell, Ed Begley
Duration: 124 Minutes
Rating: G
Location in store: Musical
This DVD requires a multi-zone DVD player



Permanent Collection

For in-store pickup reservations please call 03 3650 615


Calamity Jane (1953)

A sunny musical comedy with Doris Day as the rough-and-tumble frontiers woman who makes up in big-he...

Carousel (1956)

An excellent filmization of Rodgers and Hammerstein's memorable adaptation of Ferenc Molnar's 'Lilio...

Hello Dolly (1969)

Barbara Streisand was born to play fast-talking New York match-maker, Dolly Levi; Walter Matthau is...

The Music Man (1961)

If you are looking for a movie with 76 trombones and trouble in River City, have I got a musical for...

A Night To Remember (1958)

The maiden voyage of the Titanic is meticulously detailed in this remarkable black and white recreat...

Oklahoma! (1955)

The Rodgers and Hammerstein epic musical is a classic of immortal songs and fancy steppin'. "Oh What...

Seven Brides For Seven Brothers (1954)

When outdoorsman Howard Keel decides to get married, his 6 younger brothers also get the urge. The m...

Annie Get Your Gun (1950)

This long awaited, much-loved musical about sharpshooting Annie Oakley and her romance with Wild Bil...

S.O.S. Titanic (1979)

Compelling re-creation of the 1912 downing of the "unsinkable" luxury liner, that was to have been t...