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Harris in the Spring (1937)

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Band leader Phil Harris, through a misunderstanding, finds himself with a job as a professional escort, and a date to take a rich young society girl to a night club. She picks the club ... See full summary »

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Phil Harris
Joan Barclay ...
Norman's Girlfriend
Ruth Robbins ...
Betty Randolph
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Eddie Kane ...
Harvey - Club Manager (as Edward Kane)
Harrison Greene ...
Harry
Jack Rice ...
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Band leader Phil Harris, through a misunderstanding, finds himself with a job as a professional escort, and a date to take a rich young society girl to a night club. She picks the club where the Harris band is playing. Phil is kept busy trying to keep the band from telling the girl who he really is, and to keep the girl distracted enough so she won't notice he is leading the band. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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3 December 1937 (USA)  »

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Thanks For a Lovely Evening
Performed by Phil Harris and his Orchestra
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Doo Wah Diddy
2 March 2003 | by (New York City) – See all my reviews

This short subject showcases Phil Harris and his easy-going charm, as he helps out a friend when he's mistaken for a male escort. Harris sings 'But It's the Woman Who Pays" and "That's What I like About the South."

Hm. I hope I punctuated that last sentence correctly.


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