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Midnight Serenade (1947)

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Disc jockey Richard Webb is all set to marry Carolyn Butler when he finds he still has a crush on singer Peggy Lee. He and his sidekick Paul Lees reminisce on the air about fond memories of... See full summary »

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Cast

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Peggy Marsh
Richard Webb ...
Jack Winton - Disc Jockey
Paul Lees ...
Larry Banding
Carolyn Butler ...
Joyce Delaporte
William Haade ...
Waiter
Dave Barbour ...
Dave Barbour - Band Leader (as Dave Barbour and His Music)
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Disc jockey Richard Webb is all set to marry Carolyn Butler when he finds he still has a crush on singer Peggy Lee. He and his sidekick Paul Lees reminisce on the air about fond memories of the singer, and Webb and Lee are reunited. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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singer | sidekick | memory | disc jockey | song | See more »

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Short | Musical | Romance

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21 November 1947 (USA)  »

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Musical Parade (1946-1947 season) #5: Midnight Serenade  »

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Fifth title in Paramount's Musical Parade Featurette Series #4 (1946-1947). See more »

Soundtracks

You Was Right Baby
Written by Dave Barbour and Peggy Lee
Played by Dave Barbour and His Orchestra
Sung by Peggy Lee
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