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TODAY'S SPECIAL

Always A Bridesmaid (1943)
Starring The Andrews Sisters and Patric Knowles

Beautiful print and will play in all DVD players.
The Andrews Sisters harmonize their way through yet another 60-minute Universal musical quickie. The plot this time concerns a Lonely Hearts club which is used as a front by con artist Colonel Winchester (Charles Butterworth). Trying to promote a phony formula for synthetic rubber, Winchester gets mixed up with diligent young DA Tony Warren (Patric Knowles) and lady detective Linda Marlowe (Grace McDonald). A secondary plot involves the efforts of Greek restaurant owner Nick (Billy Gilbert) to advance the radio careers of the Andrews girls. Though it hardly seems possible, there's still room in Always a Bridesmaid for the terpsichorean routines of the Jivin' Jacks and Jills.
Director: Erle C. Kenton
Writers: Mel Ronson, Oscar Brodney

Stars: The Andrews Sisters, Patric Knowles, Grace McDonald, Charles Butterworth, Billy Gilbert, Edith Barrett, Addison Richards, The Jivin' Jacks and Jills
Songs include:

Mr. Five by Five
Written by Don Raye and Gene de Paul

Thanks for the Buggy Ride
Written by Jules Buffano

That's My Affair
Lyrics by Hy Zaret
Music by Irving Weiser

Ride On
Written by Harold Adamson and Jimmy McHugh

As Long As I Have You
Written by Al Lewis, Earl Hanbrich and Howard Simon

Yoo-Hoo
Written by Vic Schoen, Roy Jacobs and John Wilfahrt

Order this rarely-seen and hard-to-find classic today for the low price of $5.99.
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Stars: Virginia Gilmore, William Henry, George Montgomery

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Stars: Macdonald Carey, Teresa Wright, Thomas Mitchell

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Stars: Barbara Stanwyck, Andy Devine, John Qualen

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Stars: Michael Forest, Frank Wolff, Barboura Morris

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Stars: Warner Oland, June Collyer, Lloyd Hughes

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Going My Way (1944)

Stars: Bing Crosby, Barry Fitzgerald, Frank McHugh

It took some doing to persuade the staunchly Catholic Bing Crosby to play a happy-go-lucky priest in Going My Way; luckily he acquiesced, winning an Academy Award in the process. Crosby is cast as Father Chuck O'Malley, newly arrived at rundown, heavily in debt St. Dominic's Church. Father Fitzgibbon (Barry Fitzgerald), the cranky, set-in-his-ways curate of St. Dominic's, is none too pleased with O'Malley's breezy, "modernistic" methods. Fitzgibbon is content to adhere to the policies he has followed for nearly 45 years. Without overtly challenging Fitzgibbon's authority (he likes the old buzzard, and the feeling is mutual), O'Malley sets about to win the confidence of the local street toughs, organizing the boys into an angelic church choir. He also forestalls the plans of St. Dominic's mortgage holder Ted Haines (Gene Lockhart) to evict Fitzgibbons by arranging a fundraising choir tour, to be headlined by O'Malley's childhood friend, opera star Genevieve Linden (Rise Stevens). When he's not coming to the rescue of St. Dominic's, O'Malley is smoothing the path of romance for Haines' son (James Brown) and orphaned Carol James (Jean Heather), and arranging for a reunion between Fitzgibbons and his nonagenarian Irish mother. There is sentiment by the bucketful in Going My Way, but director Leo McCarey sagaciously tempers the treacle with moments of genuine hilarity and several delightful (and seemingly spontaneous) musical interludes. In addition to Crosby, Oscars went to Barry Fitzgerald, Leo McCarey, screenwriters Frank Butler and Frank Cavett, and Burke and Van Heusen's song hit "Swingin' On a Star." Bing Crosby repeated his father O'Malley characterization in McCarey's 1945 sequel The Bells of St. Mary's.

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