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Calling All Stars (1937)

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Credited cast:
Bert Ambrose ...
Himself (as Ambrose)
Carroll Gibbons ...
Himself
Evelyn Dall ...
Herself
Max Bacon ...
Himself
Sam Brown ...
Himself
Larry Adler ...
Himself
Elisabeth Welch ...
Herself
Billy Bennett ...
Himself
Turner Layton ...
Himself
Davy Burnaby ...
Mr. Katz
Fayard Nicholas ...
Himself (as The Nicholas Brothers)
Harold Nicholas ...
Himself (as The Nicholas Brothers)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Charlotte Arren ...
Herself
Arthur Askey ...
Waiter
Buck and Bubbles ...
Themselves
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I Don't Wanna Get Hot
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a first rate variety review
27 January 2007 | by (london) – See all my reviews

This was shown as part of the NFTs quota quickie season.There is no plot it is basically a review featuring the bands,stars and acts listed.So if you enjoy watching music and stars from this era then this is for you. Everyone will have their own personal favourites.I think that the Nicholas Brothers singing and dancing to"Minnie" was certainly one and Ambrose and his orchestra was certainly another.It was generally acknowledged that he had the finest orchestra in the country. The only slight problem is the state of this print.I presume that it is the BFIs only viewing copy.It is rather battered.So if a song or turn is near the end of the reel you don't get to see the finish as it cuts to the next reel.Still better to be able to see something than have nothing at all


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