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Juke Box Saturday Night (1944)

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(as B.K. Blake)
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The Modernaires ...
Themselves (as The Glenn Miller Modernaires)
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Short | Music

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1944 (USA)  »

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(RCA Sound System)
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Juke Box Saturday Night
Music by Paul McGrane
Lyrics by Al Stillman (as Al Stillman)
Performed by The Modernaires (as The Glenn Miller Modernaires)
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Juke Box Saturday Night was another pretty entertaining Soundie
14 July 2011 | by (Baton Rouge, La.) – See all my reviews

Just watched this Soundie on YouTube. The title song is performed by The Glen Miller Modernaires with the lead singer being Dorothy Claire, at least according to one of the comments written under the screen on YT. In the middle of the song, one of the four male members sings a parody song called "If I Didn't Know Why the Roses Grow" which is a take on The Ink Spots' "If I Didn't Care" along with the middle speaking part. There's also some of that swing dancing that was all the rage during this time in the '40s. As with other Soundies I reviewed here, this short film played on Panorams-picture jukeboxes displayed in various restaurants, bars, and train or bus stations. Overall, Juke Box Saturday Night was another pretty entertaining Soundie I watched on YouTube.


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