History Heartwarming / FiddlerOnTheRoof

23rd Apr '17 5:31:49 PM ReturnedYetAgain
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* When Tevye and his family are about to leave Anatevka forever, Tevye sees the Fiddler nearby, waiting for an invitation. In most productions, and in the film, Tevye motions for him to come along, implying that even though the community has been uprooted, their traditions will continue to travel with them.
29th Oct '16 11:56:45 AM GothicProphet
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* Very subtle, but following the curtain call for the latest revival, the cast breaks into a spirited dance as the curtain falls. Among those dancing is the Fiddler himself, showing that after spending most of the play only observing the action, he can now join dancing with the rest of the villagers.

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* Very subtle, but following the curtain call for the latest revival, the cast breaks into a spirited dance as the curtain falls. Among those dancing is the Fiddler himself, showing that after spending most of the play only observing the action, he can now join dancing with the rest of the villagers.villagers.
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14th Apr '16 9:41:51 AM LavenderCat
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** Tevye's internal monologue about possibly letting Tzeitel marry Motel. He's made his bargain with Lazar Wolf, and believes that he's doing what's best for his daughter's future. But then he realizes, more important than money and security, is the fact that the two are in love. When he comes back to reality, he sighs and asks, "So children...we shall we have the wedding?"

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** Tevye's internal monologue about possibly letting Tzeitel marry Motel. He's made his bargain with Lazar Wolf, and believes that he's doing what's best for his daughter's future. But then he realizes, more important than money and security, is the fact that the two are in love. When he comes back to reality, he sighs and asks, "So children...we when shall we have the wedding?"
14th Apr '16 9:41:17 AM LavenderCat
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** Tevye's internal monologue about possibly letting Tzeitel marry Motel. He's made his bargain with Lazar Wolf, and believes that he's doing what's best for his daughter's future. But then he realizes, more important than money and security, is the fact that the two are in love. When he comes back to reality, he sighs and asks, "So children...we shall we have the wedding?"
--> ''Just look at my daughter's eyes/she loves him/she wants him...''
29th Feb '16 11:19:43 AM BugsFan17
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* When Tevye comes home for the Sabbath and starts kissing his daughters, one by one, proclaiming "This is mine!".

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* When Tevye comes home for the Sabbath and starts kissing his daughters, one by one, proclaiming "This is mine!".mine!".
* Very subtle, but following the curtain call for the latest revival, the cast breaks into a spirited dance as the curtain falls. Among those dancing is the Fiddler himself, showing that after spending most of the play only observing the action, he can now join dancing with the rest of the villagers.
24th Jan '16 1:59:35 PM rememberthehood1941
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** Pay close attention to Tzeitel and Motel's faces during the vows. That is the look of pure adoration and love and they're finally uniting.

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** Pay close attention to Tzeitel and Motel's faces during the vows. scene where Motel puts the ring on her finger. That is the look of pure adoration and love and they're finally uniting.getting married.
24th Jan '16 1:58:45 PM rememberthehood1941
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** Pay close attention to Tzeitel and Motel's faces during the vows. That is the look of pure adoration and love and they're finally uniting.
25th Dec '15 7:43:36 PM toongrrl1990
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* At the end of the Rich Man song, after painting a tale of grandeur and excess, Tevye says that the greatest thing of all about being rich, was the chance to sit with scholars and talk about The Good Book seven hours a day.

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* At the end of the Rich Man song, after painting a tale of grandeur and excess, Tevye says that the greatest thing of all about being rich, was the chance to sit with scholars and talk about The Good Book seven hours a day.day.
** Also that bit about how his wife would be fat, happy, strutting like a peacock, and being able to order people around in the kitchen rather than slaving over the cooking herself. Just something very sweet about that.
* When Tevye comes home for the Sabbath and starts kissing his daughters, one by one, proclaiming "This is mine!".
21st Dec '15 2:01:12 PM margdean56
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* Lazar Wolf stopping by to say his farwells to Tevye. He didn't have to do it but it shows a certain level of forgiveness on his part. Also, he wants to be close to Tevye even if he didn't end up marrying into Tevye's family.

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* Lazar Wolf stopping by to say his farwells farewells to Tevye. He didn't have to do it but it shows a certain level of forgiveness on his part. Also, he wants to be close to Tevye even if he didn't end up marrying into Tevye's family.
29th Jul '15 10:14:14 PM Gravidef
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** It's especially powerful in the film, as after the two men say their formal (but still warm) goodbyes, they start to walk away...only to go back, throw their arms around each other, and hug tightly, implying that the feud is completely forgiven.
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