History YMMV / Oklahoma

27th Nov '16 4:25:01 PM ManicDepressiveMouse
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** Then there are the productions that imply that Jud has killed [[SerialKiller before the play began...]]

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** Then there are the productions that imply that Jud has killed [[SerialKiller before the play began...]]began]] (which is much more clearly implied in the original play ''Green Grow the Lilacs'').
17th Aug '16 7:31:06 PM Ferot_Dreadnaught
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* SeinfeldIsUnfunny: It is ''really'' hard to see what the big fuss is about this show unless you know the history of theater.
* TheyJustDidntCare: The 50th Anniversary DVD presents the TODD-AO version with so much flickering and softness, and so many specks, that a lot of people consider it the ugliest DVD ever released by a major studio. To add insult to injury, the other disc presents the [=CinemaScope=] version in a way that makes it look near-perfect, despite using an inferior brand of film. Fortunately, the Blu-Ray released nine years later uses a newer 4K restoration of the TODD-AO presentation, which boasts ''much'' better picture quality than either disc of the 50th Anniversary set.

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* SeinfeldIsUnfunny: It is ''really'' hard to see what the big fuss is about this show unless you know the history of theater.
* TheyJustDidntCare: The 50th Anniversary DVD presents the TODD-AO version with so much flickering and softness, and so many specks, that a lot of people consider it the ugliest DVD ever released by a major studio. To add insult to injury, the other disc presents the [=CinemaScope=] version in a way that makes it look near-perfect, despite using an inferior brand of film. Fortunately, the Blu-Ray released nine years later uses a newer 4K restoration of the TODD-AO presentation, which boasts ''much'' better picture quality than either disc of the 50th Anniversary set.
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17th May '16 6:06:07 AM dsneybuf
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* BigLippedAlligatorMoment: We now interrupt this storyline to tell you about how great the state of Oklahoma is.


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* {{Padding}}: We now interrupt this storyline to tell you about how great the state of Oklahoma is.
21st Oct '15 4:45:47 PM rememberthehood1941
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** Jud's commonly cut song ''Lonely Room'' can be taken in one of two ways, depending on the actor. One is a tragic man who has been rejected for so long, just wants somebody to love him but is constantly denied by the others for their selfish reasons. The other is a creepy man who will make Laurey his whether she likes it or not simply because he can.
16th Apr '15 8:29:52 AM dsneybuf
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* BrokenBase: The movie adaptation has one version filmed in 65mm TODD-AO, and one in 35mm [=CinemaScope=]. Practically each scene required twice as many takes as that of a normal movie (the cast would act out a scene a few times in front of TODD-AO cameras, then a few more times in front of [=CinemaScope=] cameras), which resulted in the versions boasting different line deliveries and compositions. Viewers seem torn over which version provides superior performances.

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* BrokenBase: The movie adaptation has one version filmed in 65mm TODD-AO, and one in 35mm [=CinemaScope=]. Practically each scene required twice as many They present differing takes as that of a normal movie (the cast would act out a scene a few times in front of TODD-AO cameras, then a few more times in front of [=CinemaScope=] cameras), which resulted in the versions boasting different line deliveries and compositions. Viewers seem each scene, leaving viewers torn over which version provides superior performances.
27th Mar '15 12:48:31 PM dsneybuf
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* BrokenBase: The movie adaptation has one version filmed in 70mm TODD-AO, and one in 35mm [=CinemaScope=]. Practically each scene required twice as many takes as that of a normal movie (the cast would act out a scene a few times in front of TODD-AO cameras, then a few more times in front of [=CinemaScope=] cameras), which resulted in the versions boasting different line deliveries and compositions. Viewers seem torn over which version provides superior performances.

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* BrokenBase: The movie adaptation has one version filmed in 70mm 65mm TODD-AO, and one in 35mm [=CinemaScope=]. Practically each scene required twice as many takes as that of a normal movie (the cast would act out a scene a few times in front of TODD-AO cameras, then a few more times in front of [=CinemaScope=] cameras), which resulted in the versions boasting different line deliveries and compositions. Viewers seem torn over which version provides superior performances.
27th Aug '14 9:27:48 AM dsneybuf
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* TheyJustDidntCare: The 50th Anniversary DVD presents the TODD-AO version with so much flickering and softness, and so many specks, that a lot of people consider it the ugliest DVD ever released by a major studio. To add insult to injury, the other disc presents the [=CinemaScope=] version in a way that makes it look near-perfect, despite using an inferior brand of film. The Blu-Ray released nine years later uses a newer 4K restoration of the TODD-AO presentation, which boasts ''much'' better picture quality than either disc of the 50th Anniversary set.

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* TheyJustDidntCare: The 50th Anniversary DVD presents the TODD-AO version with so much flickering and softness, and so many specks, that a lot of people consider it the ugliest DVD ever released by a major studio. To add insult to injury, the other disc presents the [=CinemaScope=] version in a way that makes it look near-perfect, despite using an inferior brand of film. The Fortunately, the Blu-Ray released nine years later uses a newer 4K restoration of the TODD-AO presentation, which boasts ''much'' better picture quality than either disc of the 50th Anniversary set.
19th Jul '14 10:29:27 PM Cleaningcaptain
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** Then there are the productions that imply that Jud has killed [[SerialKiller before the play began...]]
29th Apr '14 9:13:21 AM dsneybuf
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* TheyJustDidntCare: The 50th Anniversary DVD presents the TODD-AO version with so much flickering and softness, and so many specks, that a lot of people consider it the ugliest DVD ever released by a major studio. To add insult to injury, the other disc presents the [=CinemaScope=] version in a way that makes it look near-perfect, despite using an inferior brand of film. The Blu-Ray released nine years later uses a newer 4K restoration of the TODD-AO presentation, which boasts ''much'' better picture quality.

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* TheyJustDidntCare: The 50th Anniversary DVD presents the TODD-AO version with so much flickering and softness, and so many specks, that a lot of people consider it the ugliest DVD ever released by a major studio. To add insult to injury, the other disc presents the [=CinemaScope=] version in a way that makes it look near-perfect, despite using an inferior brand of film. The Blu-Ray released nine years later uses a newer 4K restoration of the TODD-AO presentation, which boasts ''much'' better picture quality.quality than either disc of the 50th Anniversary set.
29th Apr '14 9:12:07 AM dsneybuf
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* TheyJustDidntCare: The 50th Anniversary DVD presents the TODD-AO version with so much flickering and softness, and so many specks, that a lot of people consider it the ugliest DVD ever released by a major studio. To add insult to injury, the other disc presents the [=CinemaScope=] version in a way that makes it look near-perfect, despite using an inferior brand of film.

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* TheyJustDidntCare: The 50th Anniversary DVD presents the TODD-AO version with so much flickering and softness, and so many specks, that a lot of people consider it the ugliest DVD ever released by a major studio. To add insult to injury, the other disc presents the [=CinemaScope=] version in a way that makes it look near-perfect, despite using an inferior brand of film. The Blu-Ray released nine years later uses a newer 4K restoration of the TODD-AO presentation, which boasts ''much'' better picture quality.
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