“Meet Me In St. Louis (Reprise)” - All A song with an asterisk (*) before the title indicates a dance number; a character listed in a song with an asterisk (*) by the character's name indicates that the character exclusively serves as a dancer in this song, which is sung by other characters.
Join us for a delicious continental breakfast and the captivating life story of the stunning beauty and famous movie star, who started life in pre-WWII Austria as Hedy Kiesler, before escaping the Nazis for a future in Hollywood, international intrigue, and scientific invention. Watch Meet Me In St. Louis movie trailer and get the latest cast info, photos, movie review and more on TVGuide.com. This adaptation of the classic 1944 film musical explores the lives of the close-knit Smith family -- mother, father, grandfather, and five children -- who live in St. Louis in the year 1903. Meet Me in St. Louis (1959) directed by George Schaefer • Reviews, film + cast • Letterboxd Vincente Minnelli's charming bit of nostalgia about a St. Louis family's adventures during the 1904 World's Fair boasts some of the best songs of any MGM musical, including "Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas," "The Boy Next Door" and "The Trolley Song," all sung by Judy Garland. Margaret O'Brien, Leon Ames, June Lockhart and Mary Astor co
Meet Me in St. Louis, Louis Lyrics: When Louis came home to the flat / He hung up his coat and his hat / He gazed all around / But no wifey he found / So he said "Where can Flossy be at" / A note
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The original Broadway production of Meet Me in St. Louis opened on Nov 2, 1989.
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