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You and I song lyrics [Meet Me in St. Louis]

You and I is a touching love ballad, sung by the parents (Mary Astor and Leon Ames) in the classic musical, Meet Me in St. Louis. Very sweet, especially since the musical focuses primarily on young love.
Song lyrics to You and I (1944) Music by Nacio Herb Brown, Lyrics by Arthur Freed, Sung by Mary Astor and Leon Ames (dubbed by Arthur Freed and Denny Markas) in Meet Me in St. Louis You and I is a touching love ballad, sung by the parents...
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On Moonlight Bay

On Moonlight Bay (1951), starring Doris Day, Gordon MacRae, Leon Ames, Rosemary DeCamp Synopsis of On Moonlight Bay On Moonlight Bay is about a family that moves to a small Indiana town. Their tomboy daughter begins a romance with the neighbor across the street, who bears radically unconventional views on...
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Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932)

Murders in the Rue Morgue (1932) starring Bela Lugosi, Sidney Fox, Leon Ames In Murders in the Rue Morgue, Bela Lugosi plays the part of Dr. Mirakle, a showman in Paris a century ago. He is showing his trained ape, Erik, in a sideshow while trying to prove the...
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The Show-Off

The Show-Off (1946) starring Red Skelton, Marilyn Maxwell Synopsis of The Show-Off Amy Fisher falls in love with Aubrey Piper, a loudmouth and braggart who pretends to be more than the lowly clerk he is. She marries him, over her family’s objections.  Aubrey can’t seem to stop insulting others or interfering...
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Thirty Seconds over Tokyo

Thirty Seconds over Tokyo (1944) starring Van Johnson, Phyllis Thaxter, Spencer Tracy, Robert Walker, Robert Mitchum The old adage says that you shouldn’t judge a book by its’ cover — and that goes for DVD cases as well. Judging from the DVD case, you would think that Thirty...
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Watch the Birdie [Red Skelton]

Watch the Birdie (1950) starring Red Skelton, Arlene Dahl, Ann Miller  In Watch The Birdie, Red Skelton plays his normal lovable klutz (Rusty Cammeron), who runs a camera shop with him father (also played by Red Skelton, using his Newton J. Numbskull character) — and his grandfather (also...
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Merton of the Movies

Movie review of Merton of the Movies (1947), starring Red Skelton, Virginia O’Brien Merton of the Movies is set in the silent movie era of Hollywood. Red Skelton plays the part of Gil Merton, a naive, movie-struck young man. He’s given a chance to be a star…. But...
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Meet Me in St. Louis

DVD review of Meet Me in St. Louis – starring Judy Garland, directed by Vincent Minelli – one of the best musicals of the 20th Century
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