Host George Murphy introduces clips from "Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo" (1944), "Home Movies" (1940), and "Master Will Shakespeare" (1936), as well as a preview of the then-upcoming "Kismet" (1955).

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Himself - Host
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Burbage (archive footage)
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Home Movie Maker (archive footage)
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Home Movie Watcher (archive footage)
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Herself (archive footage)
John Butler ...
Home Movie Watcher (archive footage)
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Home Movie Watcher (archive footage)
Charles Coleman ...
John Decker (archive footage)
The Cristiani Family ...
Themselves - Equestrian Acrobats (archive footage)
Arthur Freed ...
Himself - Producer (archive footage)
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Johann Strauss II (archive footage)
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Lalume (archive footage)
Herbert Gunn ...
Bob Clever (archive footage)
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Lillian Roth (archive footage)
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Ted Lawson (archive footage)
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Host George Murphy introduces a scene from Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (1944), a movie that has just gone into re-release. He then introduces the short film Home Movies (1940), where the movie's hero shows how to, or more precisely not to film and show home movies. He then introduces the short film Master Will Shakespeare (1936), which looks into the personal life of the Bard associated with his writing. The final offering of the week deals with another writer, this one a fictitious one named Hajj of ancient Persia, he who is the lead in the movie Kismet (1955). George visits the set, where the movie's creative and technical teams are filming the musical number "Rahadlakum" featuring Dolores Gray and Howard Keel. Written by Huggo

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23 November 1955 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Sound System)

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1.33 : 1
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Features Thirty Seconds Over Tokyo (1944) See more »

Soundtracks

Rahadlakum
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Music by Aleksandr Borodin
Music Adapted by Bob Wright & Chet Forrest
Lyrics by Bob Wright & Chet Forrest
Performed by Dolores Gray & Howard Keel
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