MGM Parade: Season 1, Episode 5

Episode #1.5 (12 Oct. 1955)

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Host George Murphy talks about masks as his introduction to the short film, The Face Behind the Mask (1938), which tells the true story of Louis XIV of France and the unknown man he ... See full summary »

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Himself - Host
John Hodiak ...
Himself / Jack Armstrong
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Robert Benchley ...
Dog Owner (archive footage)
Rafael Campos ...
Angel Chavez (archive footage)
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David Blake (archive footage)
Richard Gaines ...
Dr. Johannes Schacter (archive footage)
Juano Hernandez ...
Judge Ted Motley (archive footage)
Mary Howard ...
Louis XIV's Sweetheart (archive footage)
Edward Keane ...
Nicholas Fouquet (archive footage)
Michael Mark ...
Fisherman (archive footage)
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Gaylord Ravenal (archive footage)
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Abbe Nyle (archive footage)
Thomas R. Mills ...
Prison Governor (archive footage)
John Nesbitt ...
Himself - Narrator (voice) (archive footage)
Leonard Penn ...
Louis XIV (archive footage)
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Host George Murphy talks about masks as his introduction to the short film, The Face Behind the Mask (1938), which tells the true story of Louis XIV of France and the unknown man he imprisoned behind an iron mask. He then introduces one of the late Robert Benchley's classic comic "how to" shorts, How to Train a Dog (1936). Murphy next introduces the MGM hall of fame movie of the week, Till the Clouds Roll By (1946), which is about composer, Jerome Kern. In the film clip shown, Tony Martin sings "All the Things You Are" written by Kern. Murphy lastly receives a visit from actor John Hodiak, who talks about his latest movie, Trial (1955). Written by Huggo

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References The Good Earth (1937) See more »

Soundtracks

All the Things You Are
Music by Jerome Kern
Lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II
Performed by Tony Martin
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