Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943) Dvd5 Wartime Musical Subs Eng Francais Bogart Bette Davis

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Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943) DVD5 - Wartime Musical - Subs-Eng-Francais- Bogart, Bette Davis
Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943) is a musical comedy film made by Warner Brothers as a World War II fundraiser, with the stars donated their salaries to the Hollywood Canteen, which was founded by John Garfield and Bette Davis, who appear in this film. It was directed by David Butler and stars Eddie Cantor, Dennis Morgan, Joan Leslie, Edward Everett Horton and S. Z. Sakall.
CAST:-
Eddie Cantor as Eddie Cantor/Joe Simpson
Joan Leslie as Pat Dixon
Edward Everett Horton as Farnsworth
S.Z. Sakall as Dr. Schlenna
Ruth Donnelly as Nurse Hamilton
Don Wilson as Radio Announcer
CAMEO APPEARANCES:-
Humphrey Bogart
Bette Davis
Olivia de Havilland
Errol Flynn
John Garfield
Spike Jones and His City Slickers
Noble Johnson
Mark Hellinger
Ida Lupino
Mike Mazurki
Madame Sul-Te-Wan
George Tobias
Doodles Weaver
Directed by David Butler
Produced by Mark Hellinger
Written by Norman Panama
Music by Heinz Roemheld
Running time 124 minutes
MOVIE PLOT:- Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943)
The film is a musical with a slim plot, involving theater producers (Horton and Sakall) staging a wartime charity program, only to have the production taken over by their egotistical star (Eddie Cantor, playing himself). Meanwhile, an aspiring singer (Morgan) and his songwriter girlfriend (Leslie) conspire to get into the charity program by replacing Cantor with their look-alike friend, tour bus driver Joe Simpson (also played by Cantor, in a dual role).
Many of Warner Brothers's stars performed in musical numbers, including several who were not known as singers. The film features the only screen musical numbers ever done by Bette Davis, Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, and Ida Lupino. Each of the cast members was paid a $50,000 fee for their appearance which was then donated to the Hollywood Canteen.
The film was popular with audiences, and the critic James Agee called it "the loudest and most vulgar of the current musicals. It is also the most fun." Ticket sales combined with the donated salaries of the performers raised more than two million dollars for the Hollywood Canteen.
MUSICAL NUMBERS:-
"Thank Your Lucky Stars" sung by Dinah Shore
"Ridin' For a Fall" sung by Dennis Morgan and Joan Leslie (dubbed by Sally Sweetland)
"Hotcha Cornia" performed by Spike Jones & His City Slickers
"We're Staying Home Tonight" sung by Eddie Cantor
"Goin' North" sung by Jack Carson and Alan Hale, Sr.
"Love Isn't Born (It's Made)" sung by Ann Sheridan
"No You, No Me" sung by Dennis Morgan and Joan Leslie (dubbed by Sally Sweetland)
"The Dreamer" sung by Dinah Shore
"Ice Cold Katie" performed by Hattie McDaniel and Willie Best
"How Sweet You Are" sung by Dinah Shore
"That's What You Jolly Well Get" sung by Errol Flynn
"They're Either Too Young, Or Too Old" sung by Bette Davis, including a brief jitterbug performance by Davis and dancecontest winner Conrad Weidel. Written by Frank Loesser and Arthur Schwartz
"The Dreamer" reprise sung by Olivia de Havilland, Ida Lupino and George Tobias (Olivia de Havilland dubbed by Lynn Martin)
"Good Night, Good Neighbor" sung by Dennis Morgan with an accompanying dance by Alexis Smith
Final Medley with brief reprises of
"We're Staying Home Tonight" (Eddie Cantor)
"How Sweet You Are" (chorus girls)
"Goin' North" (Jack Carson and Alan Hale, Sr.)
"The Dreamer" (Dinah Shore and Olivia de Havilland, Ida Lupino and George Tobias)
"Ridin' For a Fall" (Dennis Morgan and Joan Leslie)
"Love Isn't Born (It's Made)" (Ann Sheridan)
"That's What You Jolly Well Get" (Errol Flynn)
"Good Night, Good Neighbor" (Dennis Morgan)
"They're Either Too Young, Or Too Old" (Bette Davis)
"Ice Cold Katie" (Hattie McDaniel and Eddie Cantor)
"Thank Your Lucky Stars" (ensemble)
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:-
Video Codec: MPEG-2
Video Bitrate: 5354 kbps
Video Resolution: 720x480
Video Aspect Ratio: 1.333:1
Frames Per Second: 29.970
Audio Codec: AC3
Audio Bitrate: 192kb/s CBR 48000 Hz
Audio Streams: 1
Audio Languages: English
RunTime 124 mins
Subtitles: English, Francais
Ripped by: Trinidad

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Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943) DVD5 - Wartime Musical - Subs-Eng-Francais- Bogart, Bette Davis Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943) is a musical comedy film made by Warner Brothers as a World War II fundraiser, with the stars donated their salaries to the Hollywood Canteen, which was founded by John Garfield and Bette Davis, who appear in this film. It was directed by David Butler and stars Eddie Cantor, Dennis Morgan, Joan Leslie, Edward Everett Horton and S. Z. Sakall. CAST:- Eddie Cantor as Eddie Cantor/Joe Simpson Joan Leslie as Pat Dixon Edward Everett Horton as Farnsworth S.Z. Sakall as Dr. Schlenna Ruth Donnelly as Nurse Hamilton Don Wilson as Radio Announcer CAMEO APPEARANCES:- Humphrey Bogart Bette Davis Olivia de Havilland Errol Flynn John Garfield Spike Jones and His City Slickers Noble Johnson Mark Hellinger Ida Lupino Mike Mazurki Madame Sul-Te-Wan George Tobias Doodles Weaver Directed by David Butler Produced by Mark Hellinger Written by Norman Panama Music by Heinz Roemheld Running time 124 minutes MOVIE PLOT:- Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943) The film is a musical with a slim plot, involving theater producers (Horton and Sakall) staging a wartime charity program, only to have the production taken over by their egotistical star (Eddie Cantor, playing himself). Meanwhile, an aspiring singer (Morgan) and his songwriter girlfriend (Leslie) conspire to get into the charity program by replacing Cantor with their look-alike friend, tour bus driver Joe Simpson (also played by Cantor, in a dual role). Many of Warner Brothers\'s stars performed in musical numbers, including several who were not known as singers. The film features the only screen musical numbers ever done by Bette Davis, Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, and Ida Lupino. Each of the cast members was paid a $50,000 fee for their appearance which was then donated to the Hollywood Canteen. The film was popular with audiences, and the critic James Agee called it \"the loudest and most vulgar of the current musicals. It is also the most fun.\" Ticket sales combined with the donated salaries of the performers raised more than two million dollars for the Hollywood Canteen. MUSICAL NUMBERS:- \"Thank Your Lucky Stars\" sung by Dinah Shore \"Ridin\' For a Fall\" sung by Dennis Morgan and Joan Leslie (dubbed by Sally Sweetland) \"Hotcha Cornia\" performed by Spike Jones & His City Slickers \"We\'re Staying Home Tonight\" sung by Eddie Cantor \"Goin\' North\" sung by Jack Carson and Alan Hale, Sr. \"Love Isn\'t Born (It\'s Made)\" sung by Ann Sheridan \"No You, No Me\" sung by Dennis Morgan and Joan Leslie (dubbed by Sally Sweetland) \"The Dreamer\" sung by Dinah Shore \"Ice Cold Katie\" performed by Hattie McDaniel and Willie Best \"How Sweet You Are\" sung by Dinah Shore \"That\'s What You Jolly Well Get\" sung by Errol Flynn \"They\'re Either Too Young, Or Too Old\" sung by Bette Davis, including a brief jitterbug performance by Davis and dancecontest winner Conrad Weidel. Written by Frank Loesser and Arthur Schwartz \"The Dreamer\" reprise sung by Olivia de Havilland, Ida Lupino and George Tobias (Olivia de Havilland dubbed by Lynn Martin) \"Good Night, Good Neighbor\" sung by Dennis Morgan with an accompanying dance by Alexis Smith Final Medley with brief reprises of \"We\'re Staying Home Tonight\" (Eddie Cantor) \"How Sweet You Are\" (chorus girls) \"Goin\' North\" (Jack Carson and Alan Hale, Sr.) \"The Dreamer\" (Dinah Shore and Olivia de Havilland, Ida Lupino and George Tobias) \"Ridin\' For a Fall\" (Dennis Morgan and Joan Leslie) \"Love Isn\'t Born (It\'s Made)\" (Ann Sheridan) \"That\'s What You Jolly Well Get\" (Errol Flynn) \"Good Night, Good Neighbor\" (Dennis Morgan) \"They\'re Either Too Young, Or Too Old\" (Bette Davis) \"Ice Cold Katie\" (Hattie McDaniel and Eddie Cantor) \"Thank Your Lucky Stars\" (ensemble) TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:- Video Codec: MPEG-2 Video Bitrate: 5354 kbps Video Resolution: 720x480 Video Aspect Ratio: 1.333:1 Frames Per Second: 29.970 Audio Codec: AC3 Audio Bitrate: 192kb/s CBR 48000 Hz Audio Streams: 1 Audio Languages: English RunTime 124 mins Subtitles: English, Francais Ripped by: Trinidad

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Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943) DVD5 - Wartime Musical - Subs-Eng-Francais- Bogart, Bette Davis
Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943) is a musical comedy film made by Warner Brothers as a World War II fundraiser, with the stars donated their salaries to the Hollywood Canteen, which was founded by John Garfield and Bette Davis, who appear in this film. It was directed by David Butler and stars Eddie Cantor, Dennis Morgan, Joan Leslie, Edward Everett Horton and S. Z. Sakall.
CAST:-
Eddie Cantor as Eddie Cantor/Joe Simpson
Joan Leslie as Pat Dixon
Edward Everett Horton as Farnsworth
S.Z. Sakall as Dr. Schlenna
Ruth Donnelly as Nurse Hamilton
Don Wilson as Radio Announcer
CAMEO APPEARANCES:-
Humphrey Bogart
Bette Davis
Olivia de Havilland
Errol Flynn
John Garfield
Spike Jones and His City Slickers
Noble Johnson
Mark Hellinger
Ida Lupino
Mike Mazurki
Madame Sul-Te-Wan
George Tobias
Doodles Weaver
Directed by David Butler
Produced by Mark Hellinger
Written by Norman Panama
Music by Heinz Roemheld
Running time 124 minutes
MOVIE PLOT:- Thank Your Lucky Stars (1943)
The film is a musical with a slim plot, involving theater producers (Horton and Sakall) staging a wartime charity program, only to have the production taken over by their egotistical star (Eddie Cantor, playing himself). Meanwhile, an aspiring singer (Morgan) and his songwriter girlfriend (Leslie) conspire to get into the charity program by replacing Cantor with their look-alike friend, tour bus driver Joe Simpson (also played by Cantor, in a dual role).
Many of Warner Brothers's stars performed in musical numbers, including several who were not known as singers. The film features the only screen musical numbers ever done by Bette Davis, Errol Flynn, Olivia de Havilland, and Ida Lupino. Each of the cast members was paid a $50,000 fee for their appearance which was then donated to the Hollywood Canteen.
The film was popular with audiences, and the critic James Agee called it "the loudest and most vulgar of the current musicals. It is also the most fun." Ticket sales combined with the donated salaries of the performers raised more than two million dollars for the Hollywood Canteen.
MUSICAL NUMBERS:-
"Thank Your Lucky Stars" sung by Dinah Shore
"Ridin' For a Fall" sung by Dennis Morgan and Joan Leslie (dubbed by Sally Sweetland)
"Hotcha Cornia" performed by Spike Jones & His City Slickers
"We're Staying Home Tonight" sung by Eddie Cantor
"Goin' North" sung by Jack Carson and Alan Hale, Sr.
"Love Isn't Born (It's Made)" sung by Ann Sheridan
"No You, No Me" sung by Dennis Morgan and Joan Leslie (dubbed by Sally Sweetland)
"The Dreamer" sung by Dinah Shore
"Ice Cold Katie" performed by Hattie McDaniel and Willie Best
"How Sweet You Are" sung by Dinah Shore
"That's What You Jolly Well Get" sung by Errol Flynn
"They're Either Too Young, Or Too Old" sung by Bette Davis, including a brief jitterbug performance by Davis and dancecontest winner Conrad Weidel. Written by Frank Loesser and Arthur Schwartz
"The Dreamer" reprise sung by Olivia de Havilland, Ida Lupino and George Tobias (Olivia de Havilland dubbed by Lynn Martin)
"Good Night, Good Neighbor" sung by Dennis Morgan with an accompanying dance by Alexis Smith
Final Medley with brief reprises of
"We're Staying Home Tonight" (Eddie Cantor)
"How Sweet You Are" (chorus girls)
"Goin' North" (Jack Carson and Alan Hale, Sr.)
"The Dreamer" (Dinah Shore and Olivia de Havilland, Ida Lupino and George Tobias)
"Ridin' For a Fall" (Dennis Morgan and Joan Leslie)
"Love Isn't Born (It's Made)" (Ann Sheridan)
"That's What You Jolly Well Get" (Errol Flynn)
"Good Night, Good Neighbor" (Dennis Morgan)
"They're Either Too Young, Or Too Old" (Bette Davis)
"Ice Cold Katie" (Hattie McDaniel and Eddie Cantor)
"Thank Your Lucky Stars" (ensemble)
TECHNICAL SPECIFICATIONS:-
Video Codec: MPEG-2
Video Bitrate: 5354 kbps
Video Resolution: 720x480
Video Aspect Ratio: 1.333:1
Frames Per Second: 29.970
Audio Codec: AC3
Audio Bitrate: 192kb/s CBR 48000 Hz
Audio Streams: 1
Audio Languages: English
RunTime 124 mins
Subtitles: English, Francais
Ripped by: Trinidad

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