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All Star Musical Revue (1945)

Approved | | Short, Music | 3 November 1945 (USA)
A Warners "Featurette" (Vitaphone production reel number 1403A) comprised mostly of unused footage gleaned from Hollywood Canteen (1944), headlining singer Kitty Carlisle, pianist Carmen ... See full summary »

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Kitty Carlisle - Singer (archive footage)
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Carman Cavallaro - Pianist (archive footage)
Raymond Paige and His Orchestra ...
Raymond Paige Orchestra (archive footage)
Veloz ...
Veloz - Dancer (archive footage)
Yolanda ...
Yolanda - Dancer (archive footage)
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Dance Team
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The Golden Gate Quartette ...
Golden Gate Quartertte (archive footage)
Raymond Paige ...
Band Leader (archive footage)
Rosario ...
Rosario (archive footage)
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A Warners "Featurette" (Vitaphone production reel number 1403A) comprised mostly of unused footage gleaned from Hollywood Canteen (1944), headlining singer Kitty Carlisle, pianist Carmen Cavallaro, the Spanish dance team of Rosario & Antonio and the ballroom dancing of Veloz & Yolanda. The orchestra belongs to Raymond Paige and the music includes "Dark Eyes", "Night and Day", "Once to Every Heart", "Lamento Escalvo" and "The Flower Song." Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Short | Music

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Much of the footage consists of musical numbers originally filmed for inclusion in Hollywood Canteen (1944), but never used in that film. See more »

Soundtracks

Dark Eyes
Traditional Russian folk song
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