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Meet the People (1944)

Meet the People(1944) starring Lucille Ball, Dick Powell
Meet the People(1944) starring Lucille Ball, Dick Powell At its’ heart, Meet the People is a musical romantic comedy, where shipyard worker William ‘Swanee’ Swanson (played by Dick Powell) has written a patriotic play about the American worker during World War II. Actress Julie Hampton (played by Lucille Ball) is hired...
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Fresh as a Daisy lyrics

Fresh as a Daisy lyrics - music and lyrics by Cole Porter, sung by Virginia O'Brien, with Red Skelton, Rags Ragland, and Ben Blue in Panama Hattie
Fresh as a Daisy lyrics – music and lyrics by Cole Porter, sung by Virginia O’Brien, with Red Skelton, Rags Ragland, and Ben Blue in Panama Hattie [Virginia O’Brien] I’m fresh as a daisy, hard as a rock, Fit as a fiddle, proud as a cock, Bright as a...
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Panama Hattie

Hattie From Panama lyrics - music and lyrics by Roger Edens, performed in Panama Hattie
Panama Hattie (1942) starring Red Skelton, Ann Sothern, Rags Ragland, Virginia O’Brien Synopsis In Panama Hattie, the brassy but gold-hearted proprietress of a Canal Zone hotel, where she performs, is used to a rough-and-tumble crowd of sailors.  But she falls for a wealthy socialite soldier, and doesn’t know how to...
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Whistling in Brooklyn [Red Skelton]

Whistling in Brooklyn (1943) starring Red Skelton, Ann Rutherford, Rags Ragland
Whistling in Brooklyn (1943) starring Red Skelton, Ann Rutherford, Rags Ragland Movie review of Red Skelton’s third, and final, appearance as Wally Benton, aka. The Fox, a radio personality and amateur detective. In this installment, The Fox is still trying to marry his fiancee. But he’s on the run from the...
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Whistling in Dixie

Whistling in Dixie, starring Diana Lewis, Red Skelton, Ann Rutherford
Whistling in Dixie (1942) starring Red Skelton, Ann Rutherford, Rags Ragland Whistling in Dixie is the sequel to the popular Whistling in the Dark.  Red Skelton again plays the role of Wally Benton, €˜aka. The Fox. He’s a radio detective, who simply wants to take off two weeks of vacation so...
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