Blue of the Night (1933)

  |  Comedy, Musical, Short


Blue of the Night (1933) Poster

Bing Crosby as himself in a comedy of romance and mistaken identity.


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9 June 2011 | bkoganbing
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| A Precious Short
Blue Of The Night is not the best of Bing Crosby's Mack Sennett shorts which were being used to introduce Crosby as Paramount's new star in terms of comedy. I agree with the person who says it's real hard to imagine Franklin Pangborn as a jilted lover. Pangborn and Bing would later work together in Dr. Rhythm although Pangborn's scenes are with Beatrice Lillie and they're marvelous.

But Crosby aficionados will treasure this short subject because besides singing the song that would be his theme we get a chance to hear him Every Time My Heart Sings and My Silent Love, a couple of really great numbers that he never did a studio recording of. They're real gems from Bing's early crooning days and must for every fan to have.

For that reason this film is precious.

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Release Date:

6 January 1933

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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