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Stephen Foster (Character)
from Swanee River (1939)

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  1. Summer Storm (2004) Played by Barry W. Levy

  2. "The Jack Benny Program"
    ... aka "The Jack Benny Show" - USA (informal title)
    ... aka "The Lucky Strike Program" - USA (alternative title)
        - The Connie Francis Show (1963) TV episode, Played by Jack Benny

  3. "TV Reader's Digest"
        - Dear Friends and Gentle Hearts (1955) TV episode, Played by Johnny Johnston
  4. I Dream of Jeanie (1952) Played by Bill Shirley

  5. Plantation Melodies (1945) Played by Craig Stevens

  6. Swanee River (1939) Played by Don Ameche
  7. Harmony Lane (1935) Played by Douglass Montgomery
Archive Footage:
  1. Let's Sing a Stephen Foster Song (1948) Played by Craig Stevens
  2. Let's Sing a Song of the West (1947) Played by Craig Stevens

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Quotes:
From I Dream of Jeanie (1952)
[Stephen shows the sheet music from his first song to two of his friends]
First Co-Worker: Let's see where it says you wrote it!
Stephen Foster: Well, I guess it doesn't say.
Second Co-Worker: Did you get much for it?
Stephen Foster: Oh, he didn't pay me anything.
First Co-Worker: Did you even get any royalties?
Stephen Foster: Listen, he's doing me a big favor just to print it - didn't charge me a cent.
Second Co-Worker: Boy, how 'bout that minstrel man, Christy? Didn't he pay ya?
Stephen Foster: Certainly not. I'm proud to have him sing it.
First Co-Worker: Gee, it looks like you oughta get a little something just for thinkin' it up!
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