Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat details
|Formats:||Ex DVD, Blu-ray|
|Starring:||Donny Osmond, Joan Collins, Richard Attenborough|
|Directors:||David Mallet, Steven Pimlott|
|Genre:||Music/Musical - Ballet/Dance, Plays/Performance|
|Studio:||UNIVERSAL PICTURES UK|
Joseph And The Amazing Technicolor Dreamcoat
|Run time:||1 hour 16 minutes|
|Rental release:||19 Mar 2007|
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Wonderful!By a customer from Glasgow, Scotland , 26 Sep 2003
[Highly rated reviewer]I have seen the stage show with Philip Schofield and thought the DVD wouldn't compare - but it was wonderful, very well filmed. Just the flick for a rainy Thursday afternoon in Glasgow. I thought my children would be too young for it (4 & 2) but they loved it too - we watched it twice in a row yesterday.
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Story of Jacob, Joseph & his brothers in musicBy riskysmith (102 reviews) , 24 Apr 2013
[Highly rated reviewer]Non stop entertainment for just over an hour, and without audience participation. I must admit although I knew some songs from it, I had never seen the whole show, and I was pleasantly surprised. I still do not rate it as much as some other Lloyd Webber shows, such as Phantom, and Cats, both of which I have on disc, but it is certainly worth viewing.
Colour-full entertainmentBy davidsym (5 reviews) , 16 Mar 2013Brilliant, have seen 4 times at the theatre and the DVD version is excellent. Great for all the family to watch.
Joseph's Dreamcoat on filmBy a customer , 13 Mar 2013Really enjoyed this as I have seen it on stage about 4 times and the songs & music are great even after all this time. My husband wouldn't watch it - he doesn't know how good it is.
Amazing JosephBy Liskaman (1 review) , 27 Feb 2013It was years since we had seen the show on stage and we were delighted with the music throughout. I liked the slick presentation using very simple but extremely colourful scenes. The blu-ray production was brilliant and very lively living fully up to the dream coat theme.
Great words and musicBy RayLS (1 review) , 16 Feb 2013Great words and music combine for a great show. Everyone of all ages enjoyed this. Humour in the words, musical styles used to enhance the overall effect. Hints of musicals to come!