State Fair (1962) 1080p YIFY Movie

State Fair (1962) 1080p

Texan farmers the Frake family head for the Texas State Fair in Dallas. The parents are focused on winning the competitions for livestock and cooking. However, their restless daughter Margy and her brother Wayne meet attractive new love interests.

IMDB: 6.02 Likes

  • Genre: Musical | Romance
  • Quality: 1080p
  • Size: 2.28G
  • Resolution: 1920x808 / 23.976 (23976/1000) fpsfps
  • Language: English
  • Run Time: 118
  • IMDB Rating: 6.0/10 
  • MPR: Normal
  • Peers/Seeds: 4 / 0

The Synopsis for State Fair (1962) 1080p

Texan farmers the Frake family head for the Texas State Fair in Dallas. The parents are focused on winning the competitions for livestock and cooking. However, their restless daughter Margy and her brother Wayne meet attractive new love interests.

The Director and Players for State Fair (1962) 1080p

[Role:]Pamela Tiffin
[Role:]Bobby Darin
[Role:]Pat Boone
[Role:Director]Jose Ferrer

The Reviews for State Fair (1962) 1080p

blah.Reviewed byetroskipayVote: 7/10

the 1945 is MUCH better.

aside from the complete abomination of the plot line between wayne and emily, in this adaptation, jerry (aka "pat" in the '45) is made out to be a complete slimeball, with NO endearing qualities whatsoever.

much of the "love" in this version seems to be weak and if it were an afterthought of the people who were "updating" the script........ writer: 'oh yeah, they fall in love at the end.....hmm....well, i don't want to rewrite the whole thing, so.....*scribbles in disjointed love ending that doesn't seem to fit with the progression of the relationship*'

also, tom ewell is the most unconvincing pig farmer I've ever seen.

BLAH. its bad. watch the '45.

State Fair as a barometer for the timesReviewed byPaul AguirreVote: 10/10

The three film versions of State Fair serve as authentic mirrors of the times in which each was made. The 1933 version springs from the dust and grime of the Great Depression, portraying the struggles of farm folk to survive a sparse, hand-to-mouth existence; for this family, the annual fair is one of precious few things to look forward to. A mere twelve years later, the 1945 version is saturated in post-WWII optimism, with the Technicolor camera capturing a world bathing in its devil-may-care prosperity; indeed, there are no farm hands and the Frake children do not appear called upon to contribute in any capacity. In keeping with the times, screenwriter Richard Breen weaves the 1962 remake with subtle storm warnings of a world gradually yielding to corporate dominance. In the pavilions, shown largely through the eyes of correspondent Jerry Dundee (Bobby Darin), horses are being outmoded by machinery, computers are already threatening to render human beings useless ("Pretty soon they'll be able to run a whole fair with just a couple of switches"), and even Melissa's mincemeat has raised stakes, her chief competitor for the blue ribbon no longer a wealthier housewife but Belco and Fremont, a conglomerate using the fair to advertise its mass-produced wares. Dundee even uses this foreboding sense of doom to lure Margie (Pamela Tiffin) into lovemaking, admonishing her to make her move "before those IBM machines turn us all into erector sets." Additionally, there is a sense of immediacy in the media coverage of the fair that quells its once-provincial local flavor: Television monitors are ubiquitous, and Dundee's character is no longer a newspaper reporter but a burgeoning TV personality. The WWII-influenced bandstand of the 1945 version is now a massive Vegas-inspired revue. And Wayne, previously determined to master a side-show ring toss, now seeks vengeance via victory on the speedway. There's most definitely a non-stop adrenaline rush in the film, which has led the 1962 version to be disparaged for diluting the so-called "charm of the original." On closer inspection, however, the creative team was simply responding to a changing world, which they accurately reflected. This might explain why the film has gained prestige and an ever-growing fan base in the years since its release, as the subtle storm warnings of Breen's concept have by now flourished like weeds in a garden.

Reviewed byVickia-808-146640Vote: 10/10/10

I was in the 2nd grade at Lakewood Elementary and I can remember a mancoming into our classroom and telling us he was going to make a movieat the State Fair and he needed kids to ride the merry-go-round, andwho wanted to be in it? We all raised our hands. I ran all the way homefrom school and ran into the house shouting to my Mom that "I am goingto be in a movie". And I was! Our job was to ride the merry-go-roundand sing. We sat underneath a tent, while we were taught the words tothe song (of course professional child singers were who you heard). Ican name almost every one of the kids you see in the move, includingme.

My Dad had to get me a social security number so I could get paid$25.00 per night for two nights. The cool thing is that my socialsecurity number is listed out of California. My Mom took me shoppingand let me buy a doll with the money I made.

Oh, the memories! Our State Fair is a great State Fair, don't miss it,don't even be late. Its dollars to donuts that our State Fair is thebest State Fair in our State! Vicki A.

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