MGM Parade: Season 1, Episode 7

Episode #1.7 (26 Oct. 1955)

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Included are clips from the Carey Wilson Miniature "Changed Identity" (1947) and the Tex Avery Cartoon "The Early Bird Dood It" (1942), as well as an interview with Debbie Reynolds.

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Host George Murphy, an ex-dancer, admits his love of dance numbers in musicals as he excitedly introduces one of his favorite dance numbers by Ray Bolger from The Great Ziegfeld (1936). He then introduces the short film Changed Identity (1941) which deals with a man who wants to change his identity, and who comes across who he believes is the perfect person with whom to do so: his estranged twin brother. With the help of Leo the Lion, George then introduces the animated short The Early Bird Dood It! (1942), which tries to answer the age old question: does the early bird really get the worm? Then Debbie Reynolds stops by for a social visit to talk about her new film with Frank Sinatra called The Tender Trap (1955). Written by Huggo

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