Based on the operetta by Victor Herbert. A pretty French princess posing as a maid samples life in a big city in order to escape an arranged marriage. Oscar-nominated for Best Picture!
Fast-talking salesman comes to a small town in Iowa to organize a boys' band and inadvertently falls in love with a librarian. Oscar nominee for Best Picture features terrific score!
A French princess in colonial America gets involved with an Indian scout in the musical, Naughty Marietta (1935).
Circa 1892, summoned from the parade ground, U.S. Marine Band director John Philip Sousa (Clifton Webb) is called to consult Major Houston (Roy Roberts), regarding trouble-making musician Willie Little (Robert Wagner), early in the bio-pic Stars And Stripes Forever, 1952.
Marine musician Willie (Robert Wagner) has finagled an audition for girlfriend Lily (Debra Paget) at the home of his kindly band director John Philip Sousa (Clifton Webb), tune by Harry Wincott, in the 20th Century-Fox bio-pic Stars And Stripes Forever, 1952.
The first day of auditions for the civilian band headed by famous Marine Band director John Philip Sousa (Clifton Webb), his sidekick Willie (Robert Wagner) and girlfriend Lily (Debra Paget) having another spat, in the 20th Century-Fox bio-pic Stars And Stripes Forever, 1952.
The Music Man -- A con man comes to a Midwestern town with a scam using a boy's marching band program, but things don't go according to plan.
The Music Man -- It's the Music Man, the screen version of one of Broadway's all-time blockbusters, a skyburst of Americana as irresistible as 4th of July fireworks.
Low-rent gay nineties entertainers Paul and Mae (Victor Mature, Carole Landis) think it's a gag when their hostess, big-timer Sally (Rita Hayworth) performs a song he wrote (really by Ralph Rainger and Leo Robin), Hermes Pan her dance partner, in 20th Century Fox's My Gal Sal, 1942.
Traveling minstrel Paul (Victor Mature) gets blamed for the scam run by a con man he just met, later rescued by Carole Landis as showgirl Mae, introduced in a manner usually reserved for leading ladies (in this instance Rita Hayworth, coming soon) early in My Gal Sal, 1942.
Joining the number midway, headliner Sally (Rita Hayworth) performing a song in fact written by Paul Dresser, the brother of the novelist Theodore Dreiser, played here by Victor Mature, who's come to New York seeking redress, James Gleason his agent, in My Gal Sal, 1942.
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