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Robert Z. Leonard
Mr. Razzenstill, a saxophonist and dancer who specializes in swing music, comes to the kingdom of Sulvania looking for a job. Unbeknownst to him, he looks exactly like King Rudolph. At a ball to celebrate his upcoming coronation, Rudolph declares that swing music will be outlawed once he is crowned. The king is kidnapped by swing music lovers, and the look-alike takes the king's place. Written by
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I was fortunate enough to catch this short on TCM this morning. I really enjoyed it. (At first I thought Hal LeRoy was Fred MacMurray). The fact that June Allyson was in the cast is what prompted me to continue watching (can't believe she's eight-five). Let's just say this short was thoroughly entertaining, and I am hoping that someone will have the good sense to put this on video or DVD. If you've been lucky enought to catch this on TCM, please place your vote.
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