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Time Out for Rhythm (1941)

 -  Musical  -  5 June 1941 (USA)
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Kitty Brown, the maid of Frances Lewis, a nightclub star, gets after Frances' fiance forbids her to apear in the club, a Hollywood contract.

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Cast

Complete credited cast:
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Daniel 'Danny' Collins
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Kitty Brown
Rosemary Lane ...
Frances Lewis
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Off-Beat Davis
Joan Merrill ...
Joan
Richard Lane ...
Mike Armstrong
Stanley Andrews ...
James Anderson
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Blanche Stewart ...
Brenda
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Cobrina
Eduardo Durant ...
Orchestra Leader
Glen Gray ...
Orchestra Leader
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Eduardo Durant's Rhumba Band ...
Orchestra (as Eddie Durant's Rhumba Orchestra)
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Kitty Brown, the maid of Frances Lewis, a nightclub star, gets after Frances' fiance forbids her to apear in the club, a Hollywood contract.

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Hilarity! Hearth-throbs! A star-sprangeled, song studde hit with rae and racy romance, aplaudable antics aplenty! See more »

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5 June 1941 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Mirrophonic Recording)

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Production number 90. See more »

Soundtracks

Shows How Wrong a Gal Can Be
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Music by Saul Chaplin
Lyrics by Sammy Cahn
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Good News For Ann Miller Fans
24 September 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

When Sony/Columbia announced they were going to put their library on DVD, I thought it would probably be a cold day in you-know-where before they issued any of Ann Miller's films. But they have indeed released this film, and not only that, it's digitally remastered so the quality is pristine. No more bootleg copies made from wonky TV broadcasts.

This is the film Miller made for Columbia before she got her long-term contract with that studio and it was her performance here that assured the outcome. She got top billing over veterans Rudy Vallee and Rosemary Lane, which must indicate that Columbia already thought highly of her.

In this film, Miller dances more than in any of her other Columbia films. So if you're a Miller fan, you will be satisfied with acquiring a copy.


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