Aimless youth Rick Martin learns he has a gift for music and falls in love with the trumpet. Legendary trumpeter Art Hazzard takes Rick under his wing and teaches him all he knows about playing. To the exclusion of anything else in life, Rick becomes a star trumpeter, but his volatile personality and desire to play jazz rather than the restricted tunes of the bands he works for lands him in trouble. Written by
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THESE SONGS AND MORE: "MOANIN' LOW" * "WITH A SONG IN MY HEART" * "TOO MARVELOUS FOR WORDS" * "LOVE FOR SALE"
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Did You Know?
At least three times you can see trumpeters using mutes different from those on the soundtrack. For example, in the Christmas Eve scene Rick is shown using a Harmon mute and Harry James
' dub of the tune is with a cup mute. See more
Early in the movie when young Rick Martin is walking on the street, a car pulls up to the intersection. Although it on screen only for a moment, it appears to be late 1940s or early 1950s Hudson. This would match the time that the movie was made but would not be right for a boy who ages 15-20 years to become Rick Martin the man. See more
You can call me Amy.
I bet I could.
Lovin' Sam (The Sheik of Alabam)
Music by Milton Ager
Lyrics by Jack Yellen
Sung by Hoagy Carmichael
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