Directed by: Gene Kelly
Starring: Barbra Streisand, Marianne McAndrew, Michael Crawford, Walter Matthau
Genres: Comedy, Family, Musical, Romance
Question: In the turkey dinner scene the cranberry sauce is called beets several times. Are they beets?
Chosen answer: Beets are served with the dinner, as a side dish to the turkey and dumplings. Dolly tries repeatedly to serve them to Horace ("you salt your beets, I'll salt mine"), who repeatedly proclaims his distaste for them. There is no specific mention of cranberry sauce. But they'd be easy to confuse, as both are red and have a consistency not too dissimilar from one another.
Question: How does the movie actually end? Do Dolly and Horace go into the Church to get married?
Chosen answer: Yes.
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Irene Molloy: Minnie, I don't mind that you never finish your lunch, but I do mind that you never finish your sentences.
When Cornelius meets the girl in the red dress and they dance and sing outdoors on the street, her dress is dragging on the pavement and the hem is clearly filthy. The next scene they arrive at the restaurant and her dress is clean and pressed.
Barneby talks to Cornelius (Michael Crawford) about going to Barnum's museum. Michael Crawford played Barnum in a stage play in the 90's.