A married couple take in a night club show starring Jimmy McHugh, and are prompted by his melodies to relive their past.

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Margie Terrance
Jimmy McHugh ...
Jimmy McHugh
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Jo Hadley
William Traylor ...
Peter at 22
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Janet Owen
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Truck Driver
Duncan Richardson ...
Peter at 13
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Peter at 5
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Diner Patron
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A married couple take in a night club show starring Jimmy McHugh, and are prompted by his melodies to relive their past.

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Comedy | Drama | Romance

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14 March 1956 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Recording)

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1.33 : 1
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Singing the "Sunnyside of the Street" is Darla Hood best known as for her roles in the Our Gang comedies of the 1930s. See more »

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Peter Terrance: That's not life, honey, that's just a song. People don't have to eat in songs.
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Slender, but Engaging
20 April 2016 | by (Claremont,USA) – See all my reviews

Clever way to showcase several decades of composer Jimmy McHugh's popular songs. In a nightclub, husband and wife Terrance (MacMurray and Erskine) hear McHugh standards and reflect back on stages of their life together, from courtship in the 1920's to hardships in the 30's to wartime in the 40's. It's all very pleasant without anything heavy, though the McHugh ballads are likely not as familiar today. My only reservations are IMDb's lack of the song roster which they usually provide, and Fred MacMurray's eyebrows. Looks a little like Groucho Marx did that make-up. Otherwise, a pleasant, undemanding half-hour, with Leave It To Beaver's Jerry Mathers in a small role.


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