Subject: Lois Collier and Jess Barker on sale for limited time




TODAY'S SPECIAL

Girl On The Spot (1946)
Starring Lois Collier and Jess Barker

Beautiful print and will play in all DVD players.
A would-be nightclub entertainer finds her life jeopardized after she inadvertently witnesses a gangland murder while heading for an audition. Fortunately, a brave photographer is there to save her and this crime drama ends on a happy note.
Director: William Beaudine
Writers: George Blake, Jack Hartfield, Dorcas Cochran, Jerry Warner, Stanley Davis

Stars: Lois Collier, Jess Barker, George Dolenz, Fuzzy Knight, Ludwig Stossel, Richard Lane, Donald MacBride, Edward Brophy
Songs include:

A Policeman's Lot
from "The Pirates of Penzance"
Music by Arthur Sullivan
Lyrics by W.S. Gilbert

We Sail the Ocean Blue
from "The Pirates of Penzance"
Music by Arthur Sullivan
Lyrics by W.S. Gilbert

When the Foeman Bares His Steel
from "The Pirates of Penzance"
Music by Arthur Sullivan
Lyrics by W.S. Gilbert

I'm Called Little Buttercup
from "H.M.S. Pinafore"
Music by Arthur Sullivan
Lyrics by W.S. Gilbert

Now to the Banquet We Press
from "The Sorcerer"
Music by Arthur Sullivan
Lyrics by W.S. Gilbert

Dance a Cachucha
from "The Gondoliers"
Music by Arthur Sullivan
Lyrics by W.S. Gilbert

Sorry Her Lot
from "H.M.S. Pinafore"
Music by Arthur Sullivan
Lyrics by W.S. Gilbert

Love Is a Plaintive Song
from "Patience"
Music by Arthur Sullivan
Lyrics by W.S. Gilbert

Pirate King Song
from "The Pirates of Penzance"
Music by Arthur Sullivan
Lyrics by W.S. Gilbert

Poor Wand'ring One
from "The Pirates of Penzance"
Music by Arthur Sullivan
Lyrics by W.S. Gilbert

Pretty Lois Collier is a forgotten Jane Powell type singer who is a witness to murder here and becomes the target of some buffoonish hit men (Richard Lane and Edward Brophy) as she prepares to star in a Broadway revival of "The Pirates of Penzance". She's being mentored by the sweet Ludwig Stossel, a faded conductor whose Gilbert and Sullivan company is only put on Broadway as a way of trapping the killers. In addition to songs from "Pirates", there are also a few tunes from "HMS Pinafore", and smart viewers will immediately notice a resemblance between this and the finale of the 1978 comedy thriller "Foul Play" where Chevy Chase and Goldie Hawn had to trap a killer during a performance of "The Mikado".
Gilbert and Sullivan operettas were performed with great regularity at New York's City Center up until the 1960's, but until the 1980's revival of "The Pirates of Penzance" (updated for modern audiences), they were not considered worthy of a fully staged Broadway revival.
The sight of Lane and Brophy in very bad drag (trying to look like society matrons) is hysterical, especially as they hem and haw over shooting Collier because of "how beautiful" it all appears to be, weeping while struggling to put off shooting her.
Order this rarely-seen and hard-to-find classic today for the low price of $5.99.
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