More Than Mom: Movie Musicals

Warning: this episode may make you want to ignore all responsibilities for an untold number of hours so that you can hole up and watch a movie musical marathon. Don’t say we didn’t warn you!

Join Meagan and Sarah for a More Than Mom minisode about our favorite movie musicals (and stay tuned for a part two, because this is a topic we could talk about for a WHILE). Enjoy!

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5 Comments

  1. Long time listener, first time caller!!

    I loved this show! Thank you for focusing on musicals! Here are a few ideas for future musical-related shows:

    favorite stage musicals
    favorite soundtracks
    favorite movie musicals for kids
    favorite stage musicals for kids
    experience with streaming stage musicals (I think broadway.com does this?)

    Thanks for all that you do!

  2. Marni Nixon was the singer who often dubbed vocals for non-singing actresses! She was the singing voice of Natalie Wood in West Side Story, Audrey Hepburn in My Fair Lady, Deborah Kerr in The King and I, and Ilene Woods in Disney’s Cinderella (1950). She sang for herself as Sister Sophia in The Sound of Music.

  3. This musical show was a fun one. Definitely do a part 2+ lol. My dad and grandma where introduced me to musicals. Unfortunately I didn’t live with them. And my mom who I did live with was not into them (so sad for her lol). Anyways, long way of saying my exposure to them were limited. I LOVE THE ONES THAT IVE SEEN 🙂 and now am excited to look for more. My childhood faves are. Annie. Petes Dragon. Charlie and the Chocolate Factory. Mary Popping. White Christmas. Grease. Wizard of Oz. I love all of the Disney movie s with music too. Although I understand that they don’t count lol. And I enjoy some guilty please from some of the newer teen musicals like from Justin to Kelly and high school musical.

  4. I LOVED this episode!! I just started listening to your podcast a few months ago and I started at the VERY beginning and am finally catching up. There are a handful I skipped but I have listened to just about all of them. This episode was so fun but I did find myself yelling at my phone, “Don’t forget Singing in the Rain!” My all time favorite!

    • Haha, thank you Sara! We’re so glad you’re enjoying the show and are all caught up! We’re going to do a Part 2 to this episode soon. 🙂

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