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Music in the Air (1934) Poster

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Al Shean repeats his original stage role in the film. He is the only member of the original Broadway cast of "Music in the Air" to appear in the movie.
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The show's best-known song, "The Song is You," was recorded and filmed but cut out of the final release version. As filmed, John Boles sang it to June Lang in a dressing room scene. An instrumental of the song can still be heard under the opening credits.
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The Broadway musical "Music in the Air" opened at the Alvin Theatre (New York City) on November 8, 1932 and ran for 342 performances.
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Music in the Air (1934) was shown at Cinefest 31 (2011).
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