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Time Out for Rhythm (1941)

Kitty Brown, the maid of Frances Lewis, a nightclub star, gets a Hollywood contract after Frances' fiance forbids her to appear in the club.

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Complete credited cast:
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Daniel 'Danny' Collins
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Frances Lewis
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Off-Beat Davis
Joan Merrill ...
Joan
Richard Lane ...
Mike Armstrong
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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 a Hollywood contract after Frances' fiance forbids her to appear in the club.

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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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1.37 : 1
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Production number 90. See more »

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Opening credits shown above musical notes, which appear to be going up in smoke. See more »

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Obviously the Gentleman Prefers to Dance
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Music by Saul Chaplin
Lyrics by Sammy Cahn
Sung and danced by Ann Miller with Allen Jenkins and Six Hits and a Miss
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Held over In Sydney..still!
20 March 2004 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

This hilarious and very hep B grade Columbia musical turns up often on Australian Television, so someone at Channel 9 besides me likes to see it programmed a lot. Good swing/jive music, great Ann Miller tap numbers, some spooky boogie woogie, Allen Jenkins being obnoxious and a lot of very funny 3 stooges routines.....and Brenda and Corvina....yikes! Two female stooges! I would never have believed it. Must have been great fun to see in the 40s in a 2000 seater and a full house. The "Twiddling My Thumbs Number" is a lot like the Jesse Matthews "Dancing On The Ceiling" number from Evergreen but here its a real toe tapper from Ms Miller.


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