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What’s this mysterious “gay and lusty” classic musical that has Gay Twitter™ all worked up?

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Subscribe to our newsletter for your front-row seat to all things entertainment with a sprinkle of everything else queer.Gay and lusty, you say???

No additional context was given, but frankly we didn’t need it—we were sold, and we were ready to see this mystery movie immediately.Good morning pic.twitter.com/0pu6ZQDwpONaturally, the title card became meme fodder for the internet’s bored brightest gay minds:“MGM?

More like M4M,” one user joked. “The opening credits to my day to day life,” cracked another. Meanwhile, some took to riffing on which classic MGM musical this could possibly be referring to: Perhaps “Seven Husbands For Seven Brothers”?And while we appreciate a good old-fashioned pun as much as the next gay, it was time to cut the funny business: Seriously, what is this “gay and lusty musical romance” exactly, and how soon can we watch it?Well, we did some digging and we have an answer for you… But, before we do, just a casual reminder that words like “gay” and “lusty” don’t exactly mean the same things that they used to.

So, you know, if you do choose to cue up the below film, don’t come yelling at us if it’s not the all-singing, all-dancing man-on-man erotic fantasia that title card might imply.We are is something deeper than just how or whom we have sex with.In actuality, the screenshot from @ptklein’s tweet is a frame of the trailer for MGM’s 1946 musical Western The Harvey Girls, a George Sidney-directed film that is—at least textually—not queer at all.

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