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Everybody's Dancin' (1950)

Approved | | Comedy, Musical | 31 March 1950 (USA)
Dance-hall owner Dick Lane is in dire need of some big-name acts or he will lose his business. Several country-western stars come to his rescue by agreeing to appear on a TV special to be broadcast from his club.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Spade
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Colonel Ed Harrison
Barbara Woodell ...
Mama Mary Berne
Ginny Jackson ...
Ginny Johnson
Hal Derwin ...
Bill Morgan
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Papa Steve Berne
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Contractor
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Mr. London
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Agent
Tex Cromer ...
Musician
Sons of the Pioneers ...
Musicians
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Donald Martin as a Boy (as Bobby Hyatt)
Chuy Reyes ...
Orchestra Leader
Chuy Reyes' Orchestra ...
Orchestra
The Flying Taylors ...
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Dance-hall owner Dick Lane is in dire need of some big-name acts or he will lose his business. Several country-western stars come to his rescue by agreeing to appear on a TV special to be broadcast from his club.

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Taglines:

Everybody's singin'! Everybody's gay! Everybody's dancin'!

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Comedy | Musical

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31 March 1950 (USA)  »

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Everybody's Dancing  »

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Technical Specs

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(RCA Sound System)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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Spade Cooley's real first name was "Donnell," but it's pronounced "Donald" throughout the film. See more »

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Foolish Tears
Written by Jenny Lou Carson
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The Acts
28 July 2008 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

Decent if unremarkable, this putting-on-a-show musical is typical for a Lippert production of the era: good talent in front of and behind the camera -- that's Ben Kline, Tom Mix's old cinematographer serving as dp on this one -- and a shooting schedule that can probably be measured in minutes. Still, there are lots of interesting cameos and acts appearing, including a starring turn by Spade Cooley, a now forgotten singing cowboy -- if you know him there is a good chance it is because he is mentioned in James Ellroy's books -- who gives a nice relaxed performance as, well Spade Cooley. It was intended as the bottom feature on a double bill and does the job well enough. This one is for fans of the singing cowboy genre.


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