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Going My Way

Going My Way (1944) starring Bing Crosby, Barry Fitzgerald, directed by Leo McCarey
Going My Way (1944) starring Bing Crosby, Barry Fitzgerald, directed by Leo McCarey Going My Way was the 1944 Best picture Academy Award winner. When old fading St. Dominic’s Church gets a new young priest, things are bound to change. The air is filled with music from the...
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Mother Wore Tights

Mother Wore Tights (1947) starring Betty Grable, Dan Dailey, Mona Freeman, Connie Marshall Dan Dailey and Betty Grable star as a young man and woman, whom team up as performers during the age of vaudeville and soon fall in love. Mother Wore Tights story of their rise to...
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Blondie’s Hero [Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake]

Blondie’s Hero (1950) starring Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake In Blondie’s Hero, Dagwood joins the army reserve. When Blondie goes to visit him she discovers that her husband is causing all kinds of ruckus. In the meanwhile, a gang of crooks are trying to sell the Bumstead’s house while...
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Alibi Ike

Alibi Ike (1935), starring Joe E. Brown, Olivia de Haviland Synopsis of Alibi Ike In Alibi Ike, Rookie Pitcher Francis “Ike” Farrell comes seemingly out of nowhere to help the Cubs go for the pennant. His idiosyncratic ways, which include excuses and alibis for everything, drive his manager and fiancee...
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Roxie Hart

Roxie Hart (1942), starring Ginger Rogers, Adolphe Menjou, George Chandler Synopsis of Roxie Hart After her husband shoots a burglar in their apartment, Roxie Hart (Ginger Rogers) is talked into pretending she did it by a newsman and a theatrical agent who promise to sign her for a vaudeville tour....
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Whistling in Brooklyn [Red Skelton]

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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The Lemon Drop Kid

Editorial review of The Lemon Drop Kid | Bob Hope, courtesy of Amazon.com Bob Hope plays a small-time con artist with a fondness for lemon candy in this film based on a Damon Runyon story. When the Lemon Drop Kid accidentally cheats gangster Moose Moran (Fred Clark) out...
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