The world of the screen musical, starting with The Jazz Singer (1927), with emphasis on the big extravaganzas of the 1930s with the Busby Berkley-directed hits starring Dick Powell and Ruby... See full summary »

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The world of the screen musical, starting with The Jazz Singer (1927), with emphasis on the big extravaganzas of the 1930s with the Busby Berkley-directed hits starring Dick Powell and Ruby Keeler and Fred Astaire's famed dance teaming with Ginger Rogers. Written by WesternOne

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18 November 1963 (USA)  »

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Narration tells that after the earliest experiments in the 1890's, Edison lost interest in sound film, yet he was offering his own primitive musical films in the 1910's. See more »

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Features The Gay Divorcee (1934) See more »

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I Only Have Eyes for You
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Music by Harry Warren
Lyrics by Al Dubin
Sung by Dick Powell
Clip from Dames (1934)
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