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Thousands Cheer

Thousands Cheer, starring Gene Kelly and Kathryn Grayson
 Thousands Cheer (1943) starring Gene Kelly, Kathryn Grayson Thousands Cheer is a  musical romance, set in the U.S.A. during World War II.   The first half of the movie deals with Kathryn Roberts (played by Kathryn Grayson), a  concert singer who is retiring from the stage to work...
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Excuse My Dust

Excuse My Dust, starring Red Skelton, Sally Forest, William Demerest
Excuse My Dust  (1951) starring Red Skelton, Sally Forest, MacDonald Carey, William Demarest  Excuse My Dust is a musical vehicle for Red Skelton, set in 1895, that deals with the issues of progress and the resistance to it.   It stars  Red Skelton as Joe Belden, a young inventor...
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Ship Ahoy

Ship Ahoy DVD - starring Red Skelton, Eleanor Powell, Bert Lahr, Virginia Mayo
Ship Ahoy (1942) – Red Skelton, Bert Lahr, Eleanor Powell, Virginia Mayo  Ship Ahoy is a very funny musical-comedy-romance from MGM that begins with Bert Lahr (the Cowardly Lion from The Wizard of Oz) in one of his rare film appearances playing Skip Owens.  Skip has fallen hopelessly...
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Lovely to Look At, starring Red Skelton, Howard Keel

Lovely to Look At, starring Red Skelton, Howard Keel
movie review of Lovely to Look At (1952) starring Howard Keel, Kathryn Grayson, Red Skelton, Ann Miller Lovely to Look At is a combination romance, musical, comedy, and fashion show — no, really.   It’s the story of three Americans (Al Marsh played by Red Skelton, Tony Naylor...
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Bathing Beauty – starring Esther Williams and Red Skelton

Bathing Beauty, starring Red Skelton, Esther Williams, Basil Rathbone
Movie review of Bathing Beauty (1944) starring Red Skelton, Esther Williams, Basil Rathbone Synopsis of Bathing Beauty In Bathing Beauty, Swim instructor Caroline Brooks (Esther Williams) angrily returns to her teaching job at a New Jersey girls school when her brand new marriage to songwriter Steve Elliott (Red Skelton)...
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