Melody (1971) – Waris Hussein


“Melody” produced by David Putnam, is one of the most charming, realistic stories of adolescent first love ever put on film. Mark Lester and Jack Wild, teamed here for the first time since “Oliver!,” three years earlier, make a good team all over again as the two best school friends who temporarily have a bust when Lester develops a crush on Hyde, as charming, winsome a young miss as you will ever see. And it’s all told with charm and believability. I saw this film on TV almost two decades ago and wonder why it isn’t available on video. It should be, since it’s sure to charm the kids and parents alike. Charm without smarm is even more of a rarity today than it was in 1971. But “Melody” pulls it off brilliantly and understatedly. A true hidden treasure.

Size 480 x 272
Video – DivX 30fps
Audio – Mpeg layer 3 @ 128kbps

Movie
Melody 1971.avi 717MB

Screenshots.


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