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Nino Maretti
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Jean Clemens
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Leon Rodowsky
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Krause
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Detective Flugelman
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District Attorney Ernest Robinson
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Spaghetti Nadzio
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Nora Burns
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Morton Harding
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Rollins
Romo Vincent ...
Gas Truck Driver
George Shelley ...
Mr. Barret - a Tenor
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Assistant Director
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Policeman (uncredited)
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Violets (uncredited)
Ralph Brooks ...
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Alan Bruce ...
Groom (uncredited)
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Bus Passenger (uncredited)
William Corson ...
Bus Driver (uncredited)
James Donlan ...
Suspect with Cold (uncredited)
Jack George ...
Violinist (uncredited)
Ben Hall ...
Well-Wisher on Bus (uncredited)
Sam Hayes ...
KAFF Radio Announcer (uncredited)
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Fat Wedding Guest (uncredited)
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Police Desk Sergeant (uncredited)
Donald Kerr ...
Movie Set Assistant (uncredited) (voice)
Ada Leonard ...
Ms. Goodwin (uncredited)
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Henchman (uncredited)
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Rodowsky Admirer (uncredited)
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Orchestra Leader (uncredited)
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Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Edmund Mortimer ...
Wedding Guest (uncredited)
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Wedding Guest (uncredited)
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Policeman (uncredited)
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Blonde on Bus (uncredited)
Russ Powell ...
Asleep in the Deep Singer Suspect (uncredited)
Edward H. Robins ...
William Goodwin (uncredited)
Fred Santley ...
Joe (uncredited)
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Wedding Guest (uncredited)
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Detective (uncredited)
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Electrician (uncredited)
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Wedding Guest (uncredited)
Timothy Ward ...
Monologist (uncredited)
Bill Wolfe ...
Man at Police Station (uncredited)
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Bus Passenger (uncredited)

Directed by

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John G. Blystone ... (as John Blystone)

Written by

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Robert Harari ... (original story)
 
Gertrude Purcell ... (screen play) and
Robert Harari ... (screen play)
 
F. Hugh Herbert ... (contributor to screenplay construction) (uncredited)
 
Hanns Kräly ... (contributor to screenplay construction) (uncredited)
 
Lynn Starling ... (contributor to screenplay construction) (uncredited)

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Jesse L. Lasky ... producer
Samuel J. Briskin ... executive producer (uncredited)

Music by

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Nathaniel Shilkret ... (uncredited)

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Joseph H. August ... (photographed by)

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Desmond Marquette ... (edited by)

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Van Nest Polglase

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Edward Stevenson ... (gowns)

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Perry Ferguson ... associate art director
Darrell Silvera ... set dresser

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George D. Ellis ... recordist

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Vernon L. Walker ... special effects

Music Department

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Nathaniel Shilkret ... musical director
Robert Russell Bennett ... orchestrator (uncredited)
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Plot Summary

A singer arriving in Hollywood is tricked by jewel thieves to distract a wealthy audience. After running away he'll have to find a way to prove his innocence to both the police and the young girl composer he's fallen in love with. One of the few films made by operatic tenor Nino Martini. Written by BSK

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Also Known As
  • Musique pour madame (France)
  • Musica para Madame (Spain, Castilian title)
  • La quimera de Hollywood (Spain)
  • Mousiki gia tin kyria (Greece)
  • Canto Só para Ela (Portugal)
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  • 81 min
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