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From Broadway to the West End to TV movies, which is the best all time musical?

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I Absolutely adore:
My all time favourite musical is without a doubt, The Lion King. I was blown away by that: the acting, the singing, the set, the costumes, the special effects. Everything was outstanding.
Unfortunately, I haven't been to see any musicals in theatre, but I have always adored 'The Sound of Music'. There's the storyline, the music and Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer - what's not to love?
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Legally Blonde and Grease
Dirty Dancing - so 80's! I watched over and over again, I don't even remember how many times. Havana Nights was a total disappointment, though.
Rocky Horror Picture Show!!!
That's just me, coz I love men in drag :P
For me, 'Man of La Mancha'.....
Followed by 'Les Miserables' , 'Phantom of the Opera' & 'Fiddler on the Roof'.

I love musical theatre. It's one of the best ways to entertain & it's been done for many decades!
I love most of the ones I've been to, but my favourites are definitely Cats and The Phantom of the Opera.
I haven't been to see many musicals, but I did enjoy: Cats, La Mis, Cabaret
South Of Music, (the movie) Grease, (the movie) & another movie musical I bought the LP of when I was a teen, but I can't think of the name of it! At the time I just thought it was so romantic! I think it started with a 'C' & it was movie I can't look at the LP cover right now, as I'm in another state for about 10 days.15 mins later: My other 1/2, even though he didn't come & see the movie with me, HE remembered the name of it! It was, Camelot! (Now I'm showing my age!) And Carmen the opera, is another 1 I loved, so who could actually pick just 1? No-one. There's too many of them out there. I also loved, 42nd Street, which I happened to see in London in '88, then saw it again, with another cast, back in Sydney Au, the same year! I've been to NYC 3 times, but I've never gone to see a musical there!
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