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Bounce Me Brother with a Solid Four

Song lyrics to Bounce Me Brother with a Solid Four, Lyrics by Don Raye, Music by Hugh Prince, Performed by The Andrews Sisters in Buck Privates
Song lyrics to Bounce Me Brother with a Solid Four, Lyrics by Don Raye, Music by Hugh Prince, Performed by The Andrews Sisters in Buck Privates Say, what kind of beat is thatMan, that really spins my hatDoesn’t sound like boogie woogie,‘Cause it’s really got a beat.
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All Through the Night [Humphrey Bogart]

All Through the Night (1942) starring Humphrey Bogart, Conrad Veidt, Peter Lorre Synopsis In All Through the Night, Humphrey Bogart plays a New Yorker with underworld connections who battle Nazi saboteurs planning to sink a battleship.
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Flight Command

Flight Command (1940) starring Robert Taylor, Walter Pidgeon, Ruth Hussey, Red Skelton I originally watched  Flight Command because it was one of Red Skelton‘s earliest movie roles — which is technically true; Red’s in the film as part of the Hellcats squadron, acting as the class clown, but...
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5 Fingers

5 Fingers (1952) starring James Mason, Danielle Darrieux, Michael Rennie Synopsis of 5 Fingers The valet to the British ambassador in Turkey during WWII decides to improve his lot by selling his employer’s top-secret documents to the Nazis in this classic spy film starring James Mason. Based on the true story...
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Twelve O’Clock High

Twelve O’Clock High, starring Gregory Peck, Dean Jager Synopsis of Twelve O’Clock High An Allied flight commander and his successor run daylight bombing raids out of England. Directed by Henry King. Best supporting Oscar for Dean Jagger.
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Destination Tokyo

Destination Tokyo (1943) starring Cary Grant, John Garfield Synopsis of Destination Tokyo  It’s a daring and dangerous underwater adventure with Oscar-winner Cary Grant (The Awful Truth, Suspicion, North by Northwest) as the captain of a U.S. submarine bound for a search and destroy mission in Tokyo harbor during...
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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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Sahara (1943) starring Humphrey Bogart, Bruce Bennett,  J. Carrol Naish,  Lloyd Bridges Sahara is, in short, an excellent movie — €” set in World War II, in the desert conflict, it involves a ragtag multi-national group of Allied soldiers (Humphrey Bogart, Bruce Bennett, Lloyd Bridges) as well as...
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Bataan (1943) — €“ Robert Taylor, Desi Arnaz — €“  World War II movie of a desperate delaying action, best known as Desi Arnaz’ best dramatic role
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