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No Leave, No Love (1946)

Approved | | Comedy | 3 October 1946 (USA)
The men are coming home from war and Slinky decides his hero buddy Michael should first appear on a radio program. The good natured and talented sergeant meets radio singer Susan where he finds love in between songs.

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(original story and screenplay), (original story and screenplay) (as Leslie Kardos)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
... Sgt. Michael Hanlon
... Slinky
... Susan Malby Duncan
... Guy Lombardo
... Hobart Canford Stiles
... Rosalind
... Colonel Elliott
... Countess Strogoff
... Mrs. Hanlon
Wilson Wood ... Mr. Crawley
... Ben
Frank 'Sugar Chile' Robinson ... Boy Piano Player
... Sledgehammer
Arthur Walsh ... Nick
Joey Preston ... Boy Drummer Specialty
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The men are coming home from war and Slinky decides his hero buddy Michael should first appear on a radio program. The good natured and talented sergeant meets radio singer Susan where he finds love in between songs.

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repetition in title | See All (1) »

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Van's got plans...and She's IT! See more »

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Comedy

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3 October 1946 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

Amor harhateillä  »

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(Western Electric Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Trivia

A record album of songs from the film was released on the Cosmo Records label in July 1946. Pat Kirkwood was backed by the George Stoll Orchestra on "All The Time," "Isn't Love Wonderful," "Listen To Me" and "Love On A Greyhound Bus" on the 78 rpm album (DMR-102). See more »

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Referenced in It Happened in Brooklyn (1947) See more »

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Humoresque
Written by Antonín Dvorák
Performed by Guy Lombardo and His Orchestra
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Wonderful film
22 December 2006 | by See all my reviews

A nice all around WWII film of Marines coming home to music, parties and women. There were three songs by the female lead Patricia Kirkwood, and it seemed even more by the woman portraying the Russian singer played by Marina Koshetz. She was a real life opera singer who did the difficult Eugene Onegin on stage for a debut. One of the highlights was the two "prodigies" with Frank 'Sugar Chile' Robinson playing piano and singing "Caledonia" and then Joey Preston on Drums looking like a tiny Gene Krupa. Both seemed to be around 10 or 11 years old. Neither seems to have recorded anything after around 1950! I wonder what happened to them. The Garcia's (Dance Team) were superb! And Elizabetmora... did you ever find a copy? I have one if you need it.


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