Musical Movies Of 1941

Musical Movies Of 1941

Births And Deaths Of 1941 In Musical History

Musical Movies Of 1941

I love a lot of films, and I wish I could type you all of them of each year, but most aren’t musicals and then I would miss the point of my website. Musical movies Of 1941. Their seems to be only two films that I like, and I’ll be watching tonight, back to back, like a double feature(if you remember these films, then I think you know what I’m typing about. For those who don’t, missed a chance to watch two films for the price of one). I got the popcorn, and hotdogs ready with my rooter float, I hope your doing the same.

Musical Movies

Apavadu
Infants on Broadway
Birth of cry
Blues in the Night
The Chocolate Soldier
Dumbo
Háry János, starring Antal Páger as well as Margit Dajka
He Found a Star starring Vic Oliver, Sarah Churchill and also Evelyn Dall
Hold That Ghost starring Bud Abbott as well as Lou Costello as well as including The Andrews Sisters as well as Ted Lewis and His Band
In the Navy starring Bud Abbott, Lou Costello, Dick Powell and also The Andrews Sisters
Kiss the Boys Goodbye starring Don Ameche as well as Mary Martin
Girl Be Good
Moon Over Miami
Navy Blues starring Ann Sheridan, Jack Oakie, Martha Raye and also Jack Haley
Playmates
Surge and also Shine starring Jack Oakie, Linda Darnell, George Murphy and also Milton Berle
Roadway to Zanzibar
San Antonio Rose starring Robert Paige, Jane Frazee, Eve Arden and also The Merry Macs
Sis Hopkins starring Judy Canova, Bob Crosby, Jerry Colonna and also Susan Hayward
Smilin’ Through
Sunlight Valley Serenade
Bright
Sweetie of the Campus
That Certain Something
That Night in Rio
They Met in Argentina
Break for Rhythm
Way too many Blondes starring Rudy Vallee and also Helen Parrish
Week-End in Havana
You’ll Never Get Rich starring Fred Astaire, Rita Hayworth as well as Robert Benchley. Directed by Sidney Lanfield.You’re the One
starring Bonnie Baker, Orrin Tucker & & his Orchestra, Edward Everett Horton and also Jerry Colonna
Ziegfeld Girl
Zis Boom Bah starring Grace Hayes, Peter Lind Hayes, Mary Healy, Skeets Gallagher as well as Benny Rubin, and also guided by William Nigh

 

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