|Dr. Rhythm 1938 N/R, 80 min.|
Director: Frank Tuttle
Cast: Bing Crosby, Mary Carlisle, Beatrice Lillie, Andy Devine, Laura Hope Crews, Sterling Holloway, Franklin Pangborn, Louis Armstrong, Rufe Davis, Fred Keating
Doctor Remsen (Bing Crosby) pretends to be a policeman so that he can guard the lady he loves, Judy Marlowe (Mary Carlisle).
|Eternally Yours 1939 N/R, 95 min.|
Genre: Drama / Comedy
Director: Tay Garnett
Cast: Loretta Young, David Niven, Hugh Herbert, Billie Burke, C. Aubrey Smith, Raymond Walburn, Zasu Pitts, Broderick Crawford, Virginia Field, Eve Arden, Ralph Graves, Lionel Pape, Fred Keating, Walter Sande, Jack Perrin
Anita (Loretta Young) looks forward to a comfortable life while she is engaged to wealthy, stable Don (Broderick Crawford). But, when she meets a magician, "The Great Arturo" (David Niven), she falls in love with him, the two marry, and they head out on his travels around the world. Despite her new adventures, she yearns for home, and–after several years of traveling with the flirtatious magician–she decides to leave him and return to the simple life.
|Tin Pan Alley 1940 N/R, 92 min.|
Director: Walter Lang
Cast: Alice Faye, Betty Grable, Jack Oakie, John Payne, Allen Jenkins, Esther Ralston, Fred Keating, Billy Gilbert, Ben Carter, Elisha Cook Jr.
During 1915, songwriters Harry Calhoun (Jack Oakie) and Skeets Harrigan (John Payne) find success when they team up with singing sisters Katie (Alice Faye) and Lily Blane (Betty Grable). Then a rift develops when a new tune is given to a more famous singer, and the sisters leave for England. But Harry and Skeets soon enlist in the army, are shipped overseas, and find Katie and Lily in England. Excellent Academy Award-winning musical score.
|1. Dr. Rhythm (1938)|
2. Eternally Yours (1939)
3. Tin Pan Alley (1940)
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