When her lover is killed, the wife of a wealthy man is convinced to fake her own death, which leads her into greater depths of depravity until fate reunites her with her long-lost son, who is unaware of her real identity.
David Lowell Rich
A tough lady gangster learns that she will be totally blind within a week. She seeks help from the one eye surgeon who may be able to save her sight. In the process, he also causes her to ... See full summary »
In 1904, Uncle Latsie comes to New York from Hungary with two little nieces, who immediately take to cafe dancing. In 1912 they're still at it, but to pay Uncle's card debts they decide to go into vaudeville. Singer Harry Fox, whom they meet en route, schemes to get them an audition with the great Hammerstein; but their resulting success takes them far out of Harry's league. Lots of songs with a little story. Written by
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Betty Grable, using the pseudonym Ruth Haag (which combined her middle name with that of her husband Harry James), performed as vocalist for Harry James and His Music Makers on the best-selling commercial disc, released by Columbia Records, of the movie's Oscar-nominated ballad, 'I Can't Begin to Tell You' (music by James V. Monaco, lyrics by Mack Gordon). The reason Grable sang under a pseudonym is that 20th Century-Fox production chief Darryl F. Zanuck didn't want his stars making records for fear that audiences would buy the records instead of paying to see their movies. When Zanuck realized who "Ruth Haag" was he forced Columbia to withdraw the record, but it was later reissued with Grable credited under her own name. See more »
This movie was very entertaining with Many numbers that proved this movie great. They were cheerful and looking good in every move they made. they made this movie a classic and never forgotten. I remember the last scene when they were both arm and arm with the man singing and that was a beautiful scene, capturing everything. When you watch this movie, you'll feel a tingle of excitement because you know you are watching a great picture. This movie made June Haver a star and advance Betty Grable's career. Once you see this movie, you'll never get your eyes off the screen. Its really that good. I recommend this movie to anyone that loves classic movies and loves excellent entertainment.
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