Saturday Cinema: June is Bustin' Out All Over
'The Music Man' soundtrack album (Warner Bros.)
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As we stand at the cusp of the month of June, Lynne Warfel celebrates movie musicals. Plus, a tribute to the late Bob Hoskins. It's all on this week's Saturday Cinema.
Steiner: A Summer Place
Rodgers: Orchestral Suite from Carousel
Loewe: How to Handle a Woman from Camelot
Bryn Terfel, baritone
Northern English Philharmonia
Loewe: Waltzes from Gigi
Hollywood Bowl Orchestra/Mauceri
Kern: Showboat Medley
Royal Liverpool Philharmonic
Bock: Fiddler on the Roof Medley
Bob Hoskins tribute:
According to Hoskins' obituary on BBC News, Hoskins "became an actor by accident. Waiting for a friend in the bar of an amateur theatre in north London in 1966, he was handed a script and asked to read for a part. The audition was a successful one and led to him working for five years in repertory theatre, where his roles ranged from Shakespeare to circus fire-eater."
After a long career in theatre, Hoskins would go on to become an internationally known film star.
Five films you've forgotten Bob Hoskins performed in (via The Telegraph) note: contains two instances of mild language