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Sing Another Chorus (1941)

Approved  |   |  Musical  |  19 September 1941 (USA)
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Arthur Peyton, sole owner of Peyton Frocks,Inc., is wrestling with a multitude of problems; slow sales, slower collections and a son, Andy, who wants to write stage revues. Andy is being ... See full summary »



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Cast overview:
Johnny Downs ...
Jane Frazee ...
George Barbier ...
Mr. Peyton
Iris Adrian ...
Francine La Verne
Sunnie O'Dea ...
Joe Brown Jr. ...
Walter Catlett ...
Theodore Gateson
Peter Peters ...
Ronald Peters ...
Specialty Dancer
Antonio ...
Specialty Dancer


Arthur Peyton, sole owner of Peyton Frocks,Inc., is wrestling with a multitude of problems; slow sales, slower collections and a son, Andy, who wants to write stage revues. Andy is being urged on by Francine La Verne, an ex-burlesque performer. Edna, private secretary to the elder Peyton, and Stanislaus, the company janitor, are also preparing an amateur show to celebrate the company's 25th anniversary. Theodore Gateson has agreed to produce a musical Andy wrote in college, but takes Peyton's $50,000 advance and vanishes. Meanwhile, Edna has Andy working on a revue that will serve to introduce new designs to buyers in New York. Before the finale of the revue, Francine and Stanislaus arrive backstage, dragging a bruised Gateson, who they have caught before he could spend the advance money. Written by Les Adams <>

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HERE'S A TUNEFUL LOVE-IN-BLOOMFUL JOY JAMBOREE! (original print media ad - all caps)




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19 September 1941 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Canta-me Outra Canção  »

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During the performance of "Mister Yankee Doodle," a band of some sort flies off Rosario's costume and lands on the floor. It remains there for the remainder of the number, even getting stepped on and breaking; it is likely that there was no time for another take. It only disappears after the number's conclusion, when the couple takes a bow in a long shot. See more »


References You Can't Take It With You (1938) See more »


We Too Can Sing
Music by Milton Rosen
Lyrics by Everett Carter
Ensemble finale
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A Must See Movie Classic
22 November 2003 | by (Milwaukee) – See all my reviews

Sing Another Chorus is a movie that has terrific acting, singing and dancing. My Dad and his brother, Peter and Ronald Piotrowski (Peters Bros.) began their show business career at the early age of 15 years old. This movie showcased their talent and they had the opportunity to continue to grow into big name stars. Through time, Dad met his wife and my Mom, Lorraine LeBouton. Dad decided life was too short to neglect the ultimate life experience of having a family. Dad took center stage with Mom being the best supporting actress and had 4 wonderful children, Debbie, Pam, Peter and Scott. Our parents decision was the best decision. The opportunities for all of us to laugh, cry and live a healthy, happy life together is something that will never be forgotten. The family vacations, movies, dinners, functions and gatherings all provided an experience of growth for all of us. To be able to reflect back upon a time when my Dad was on the big screen makes this movie most enjoyable!

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