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San Antonio Rose (1941)

 -  Musical  -  20 June 1941 (USA)
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A crooked night club owner tries to eliminate the competition. Introduces 'The Hut Sut Song.'


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Cast overview, first billed only:
Jane Frazee ...
Hope Holloway
Robert Paige ...
Con Conway
Gabby Trent
Jigsaw Kennedy
Benny the Bounce
The Merry Macs ...
Singing Group
Mary Lou Cook ...
Mona Mitchell (as Mary Lou Cook - The Merry Macs)
Joe McMichael ...
Harry (as Joe McMichael - The Merry Macs)
Ted McMichael ...
Ted (as Ted McMichael - The Merry Macs)
Judd McMichael ...
Phil (as Judd McMichael - The Merry Macs)
Richard Lane ...
Charles J. Willoughby
Elaine Condos ...
Elaine - Dancer
Louis Da Pron ...
Alex - Dancer
Charles Lang ...
Riley Hill ...
Jimmy (as Roy Harris)


A crooked night club owner tries to eliminate the competition. Introduces 'The Hut Sut Song.'

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20 June 1941 (USA)  »

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Sound Mix:

(Western Electric Mirrophonic Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Average 'B' Musical
12 February 2012 | by (Ramsey, NJ) – See all my reviews

I saw the website rating for "San Antonio Rose" and thought it would be a good one to buy. I really enjoy musicals, especially if the music is good, and I thought the cast was intriguing and with some interesting possibilities. So it was a big letdown to watch and wait for something better.

I didn't mind that the story was half-baked, because most often with musicals you wait for the songs anyway - and this one was half-baked. But with a musical comedy the comedy is often funny, but not here. It's too late now, but Lon Chaney cannot do comedy. He and Shemp Howard are a slapstick team of bumbling crooks and it was painful to watch Chaney slap Howard around - not like in the 3 Stooges shorts. And Eve Arden, one of my favorites, tried her best but was given some wisecracks which were unfunny and lacked the acerbic bite she was famous for.

The music, however, was a mixed bag. Saving grace here was The Merry Macs, who were a treat to watch and hear. Having said that, they can't carry a movie by themselves but were just about the best part of the picture. They sang "The Hut-Sut Song", which I thought was the best number in the picture. Most of the rest of the score was forgettable, but as I said, this was a 'B' musical. If it comes on TV it is worth watching as it is a mercifully short 63 minutes.

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