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01 Jan 1945
Meet Me in St. Louis
Vincente Minnelli
#1
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 29.620
I was drunk last night, dear Mother
#2
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 25.342
I'll find another one Prettier than you
#3
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 25.263
Tootie, remind me to spank you right after dinner.
#4
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 24.516
I'm the most horrible!
#5
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 24.264
I... I hate you, Mr. Braukoff.
#6
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 23.944
Oh, Mr. Neely!
#7
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 23.926
Yeah! Tootie's the most horrible!
#8
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 23.317
I was drunk last night, dear Mother
#9
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 23.279
Come in.
#10
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 22.926
...Esther.
#11
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 22.897
My favorite. Wasn't I lucky to be born in my favorite city?
#12
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 22.861
Nothing.
#13
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 22.834
It goes: I was hmm last night, dear Mother
#14
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 22.819
If there's anything I hate, loathe, despise and abominate, it's a bully!
#15
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 22.752
Tootie!
#16
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 22.688
- Who gets ice now, Mr. Neely? - No one, Tootie.
#17
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 22.486
- Here, throw that on the fire. - I'm the most horrible!
#18
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 22.309
Well, all right.
#19
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 21.848
Here comes the invalid.
#20
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 21.844
This one's named Lucille Ballard.
#21
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 21.823
Tootie and Agnes!
#22
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 21.708
Yes, do that little thing.
#23
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 21.673
Anna! Anna! Rose!
#24
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 21.671
No, I got my own flour.
#25
Year: 1944, Rated: APPROVED
Score: 21.626
Why don't you go home?