In the movie, our main characters stumble across this village that they can not find on any map. Soon they find out this tiny little hamlet is called Brigadoon. Brigadoon is a special ... See full summary »

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Won 5 Primetime Emmys. Another 4 nominations. See more awards »
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Jean McLaren
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In the movie, our main characters stumble across this village that they can not find on any map. Soon they find out this tiny little hamlet is called Brigadoon. Brigadoon is a special village in Scotland that you will never find on any map. Once every 100 years for one day only this wonderful village appears and if you happen upon it. It will be a wonderful, fun filled day you will never ever forget--filled with dancing, food and fellowship. Then as the day comes to a close, so does the village only to appear somewhere else on a day, a hundred years from now. Written by Kathy Richmond

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15 October 1966 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Trivia

The original Broadway production of "Brigadoon" opened at the Ziegfeld Theater on March 13, 1947 and ran for 581 performances. See more »

Quotes

Andrew McLaren: Now, lad, always remember - a woman is like a bagpipe. "Why?", you ask?
Charlie Dalrymple: [suddenly realizing he has to answer] Oh! Why, why?
Andrew McLaren: Because, if you tuck her under your arm and you squeeze 'er, och! She'll play a merry tune that you'll long remember.
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Version of Brigadoon (1964) See more »

Soundtracks

Come To Me, Bend To Me
Lyrics by Alan Jay Lerner
Music by Frederick Loewe
Sung by Thomas Carlisle and danced by Linda Howe
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Fine atmosphere and wonderful production
30 April 2000 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Like a previous commentor, I also remember seeing this in the late 60's, whether on it's first showing or a later one I'm not positive, but for over 30 years it's lived in my memory as a wonderful experience. Very different than the Hollywood version, this Brigadoon was quietly romantic and vividly atmospheric. With Robert Goulet and Sally Ann Howes, of course there was singing, but not in the Hollywood production number style. They sang with an inner power that didn't overpower; in fact, I had quite a crush on Robert Goulet after seeing this TV production. It evidently is not available for purchase anywhere, and I would dearly love to see this again.


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