Possibly Minnelli's worst screen musical. Confined to an MGM soundstage, this adaptation of the Lerner and Loewe Broadway hit desperately needs air, creatively stifled as it is in practically every department. New Yorkers Jeff and Tommy (Johnson and Kelly) get lost in the Scottish
highlands and stumble onto the village of Brigadoon on the one day every 100 years that it appears from out of the mists. The villagers, who sport the garb and manners of antiquity, are in a merry mood, and the Americans happily join in their dancing and festivities. Tommy is particularly
enchanted when he falls for bonnie lass Fiona (Charisse). He then must decide whether to return to Ne...