Meet Me in St. Louis

"Have yourself a merry little Christmas", sings Judy Garland in this enchanting, opulent Hollywood musical. The film classic returns to the cinemas this Christmas holiday.

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The Smith family leads a happy life in St. Louis, the city that in 1904 is the setting for the World's Fair. The two eldest daughters are busy finding a potential suitor and the rest of the family is getting pretty involved. When Father Smith suddenly announces that he has been transferred to New York on business and that his family must follow him, the idyllic life of the family is turned upside down. They must leave St. Louis, their lives and the World's Fair behind.

MEET ME IN ST. LOUIS first released towards the end of World War II, in December 1944, and was intended to be the ultimate feel-good film, an antidote to harsh reality. The songs propel the story, such as songs specially composed for the film like 'The Trolley Song', 'The Boy Next Door', 'Have Yourself a Merry Little Christmas' and 'You and I'.

Vincente Minnelli, USA, 1944, 113 min. English spoken, Dutch subtitles. With Judy Garland, Margaret O'Brien, Tom Drake.