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Radio Stars on Parade (1945)

A Hollywood talent agency tries to avoid finacial ruin by getting its best clients on the air.

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Wally Brown ...
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Sally Baker
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Ralph Edwards
Skinnay Ennis ...
Skinnay Ennis
Don Wilson ...
Tony Romano ...
Tony Romano
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Pinky
Robert Clarke ...
Danny
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Lucky Maddox
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George
Ralph Peters ...
Steve
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Jack Grey ...
Horse's Rear End (scenes deleted)
Charlie Hall ...
Horse's Front End (scenes deleted)
Carey Harrison ...
Mr. Claypole (scenes deleted)
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A Hollywood talent agency tries to avoid finacial ruin by getting its best clients on the air.

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Comedy | Musical

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1 August 1945 (USA)  »

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Estrelas do Éter  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Jerry: Oh, Junior would you accompain this young lady?
Tony Romano: Anytime, anyplace and anywhere!
Mike: Just a second, he means on the guitar!
Tony Romano: Oh, well. It will still be a pleasure.
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Can't Get Out of This Mood
Written by Jimmy McHugh
Lyrics by Frank Loesser
Sung by Frances Langford with the Skinnay Ennis Orchestra
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Brown and Carney with great support from Ralph Edwards
16 August 2004 | by (New York, NY) – See all my reviews

Okay, so Brown and Carney WEREN'T Abbott and Costello. Nevertheless, their pictures are painless romps directed for maximum speed by Leslie (FIREMAN, SAVE MY CHILD) Goodwins. In RADIO STARS ON PARADE, the boys are ably assisted by lilting Frances Langford and a terrific supporting cast. But the real surprise is Ralph Edwards playing himself in a couple of TRUTH OR CONSEQUENCES setpieces. Edwards was a masterful straight man and he does some great speed talk and double talk. Rufe Davis (PETTICOAT JUNCTION) also gets a chance to show off, singing "I'm the Sound Effects Man." Of course, there's the obligatory chase through the radio studio and the gags are well-paced if somewhat obvious. I could think of far worse ways to spend 70 minutes.


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