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Bye Bye Blues (1989)

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Story about a WWII wife & mother who joins a local dance band to provide for family while husband at war. Romantic involvement with one of the band members make her decisions difficult when husband returns from war. Story watches the progression of the band as it grows into a popular, successful recording and touring group. Excellent music and soundtrack. Written by George Carmichael <George.Carmichael@ualberta.ca>

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21 September 1990 (UK)  »

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Búcsúblues  »

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$161,323 (USA)
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Brilliant & outstanding!
30 December 2001 | by (Detroit, Michigan, USA) – See all my reviews

This heart-warming & poignant story is beautifully filmed. Outstanding direction & excellent acting. A low-budget, creative endeavor deserves to have had more press as well as critical acclaim. I hope it is shown more frequently or re-relealsed and as previous comment indicated available on DVD.

Excellent music too. A must-see for people who appreciate good films.


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