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Sing Your Worries Away (1942)

Approved | | Comedy, Musical | 6 March 1942 (USA)
This package for comedy and the musical numbers has Luke Brown being drugged by the gangster operators of the swank Boathouse Inn; most notably Roxie a sexy pickpocket. Brown has ... See full summary »


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Complete credited cast:
Roxey Rochelle
Tommy Jones
Bebe McGuire
Carol Brewster
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Flo Faulkner - Landlady
Alvino Rey ...
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The King Sisters ...
The King Sisters


This package for comedy and the musical numbers has Luke Brown being drugged by the gangster operators of the swank Boathouse Inn; most notably Roxie a sexy pickpocket. Brown has information that Chow Brewster and his cousin have inherited $3,000,000. The owner of the Inn intends to keep Brown under wraps until they can drive Chow to suicide. He will then marry Chow's cousin before she finds out about her inheritance. Written by Jeffrey Ewing

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Comedy | Musical


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Release Date:

6 March 1942 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

2 Herdeiros e um Trapaceiro  »

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Sound Mix:

(RCA Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Did You Know?


A. Edward Sutherland' replaced scheduled director Jack Hively who had to direct 10 days of additional scenes for Four Jacks and a Jill (1942) in October 1941. See more »


Luke Brown: Aren't you afraid?
Clarence 'Chow' Brewster: Have you ever heard my courage questioned?
Bebe McGuire: I've never even heard it mentioned.
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Sing Your Worries Away
Music by Harry Revel
Lyrics by Mort Greene
Sung by an unidentified chorus (probably The King Sisters) during the opening credits
Reprised by The King Sisters at the nighclub with Alvino Rey and His Orchestra and
Danced by Buddy Ebsen and one of The King Sisters
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Fast-paced fun with a delightful cast
2 April 2015 | by (Upstate New York) – See all my reviews

SING YOUR WORRIES AWAY (1942) is a fun little musical comedy bolstered by a great cast that includes vaudeville comedian Bert Lahr (best remembered as the Cowardly Lion in THE WIZARD OF OZ), eccentric dancer (and future Beverly Hillbilly) Buddy Ebsen, wisecracking sidekick extraordinaire Patsy Kelly, June Havoc (one-time "Baby June", sister of burlesque queen Gypsy Rose Lee), "Thin Man" veteran Sam Levene, tough guy Morgan Conway, and stately Marx Bros. foil Margaret Dumont. The musical numbers are performed with great energy by Alvino Rey and His Orchestra and The King Sisters.

Bert Lahr is pretty funny with his signature shtick, and he and Patsy Kelly make a great pair. Lahr plays a struggling songwriter, with Kelly as the hat-check girl at a swanky night club. Buddy Ebsen gives an enjoyable comedic performance (with only minimal dancing) as the penniless quasi-psychic who comes to the night club to solve a murder, but stays when he becomes enamored with the pretty cigarette girl (Dorothy Lovett). The four become good friends and Lahr and Ebsen team up to promote Lahr's songwriting career. Meanwhile, knife-throwing club owner Sam Levene and his partner Morgan Conway scheme to swipe the family fortune Lahr and Lovett (distant cousins) don't realize they've inherited.

It's fast-paced, lightweight fun but the best thing about this film is June Havoc, who lights up the screen in a delightful comedic performance as Conway's glamorous sticky-fingered girlfriend. She oozes charisma and livens up the proceedings. She's got a beautiful face, which she puts to great use in this film in the name of comedy. She shows she's really got a knack for this kind of material. I've seen Havoc in a handful of other films (like the 1942 version of MY SISTER EILEEN), but I don't recall ever seeing her so animated.

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