Features clips from the John Nesbitt's Passing Parade short "Strange Testament" (1941), the Pete Smith Specialty "Let's Talk Turkey" (1941), and an interview with Susan Hayward.

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Himself - Host
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Herself - Guest
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Edward Ashley ...
Julian Poydras (archive footage)
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Abner's Mother-In-Law (archive footage)
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Man Showing Home Movies (archive footage)
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Little Otto (archive footage)
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Tony Bardeman (archive footage)
Max O. Cullen ...
Himself - Turkey Carving Expert (archive footage)
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Jo Hayden (archive footage)
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Abner's Father-in-Law (archive footage)
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Harry Palmer (archive footage)
Anthony Kemble-Cooper ...
William Shakespeare (archive footage)
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Perdita (archive footage)
John Nesbitt ...
Himself - Narrator (archive sound)
William Newell ...
Abner J. Poodlebeam (archive footage)
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Host George Murphy introduces the title number from For Me and My Gal (1942), which was Gene Kelly's first ever starring role in a motion picture. He then introduces the short film Strange Testament (1941) which tells the story of why $1,100 is bequeathed to every young bride in West Baton Rouge, Louisiana. Next, he introduces Let's Talk Turkey (1939), which demonstrates the right and wrong ways to carve a Thanksgiving turkey at the dinner table. And he receives a visit from Susan Hayward, who talks about her new motion picture I'll Cry Tomorrow (1955), which tells the story of singer Lillian Roth whose career was threatened by her alcoholism. 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 Home Movies (1940) See more »

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For Me and My Gal
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Music by George W. Meyer
Lyrics by Edgar Leslie & E. Ray Goetz
Performed by Judy Garland & Gene Kelly
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