Every Sunday (1936)

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Two teenage girls lend their fantastic singing voices to the cause when the city council threatens to replace the orchestra led by one girl's grandfather as the regular entertainment at the Sunday concert-in-the-park series.

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9 November 2000 | jenabaum
It's just a test....
Every Sunday was basically made as a screen test for MGM execs to choose which prodigy they wanted to contract. Obviously, they chose Garland, and Durbin went on to great success for Universal in "Three Smart Girls".

I love this short film, and although it has no plot, it is interesting to observe the dueling divas sing their hearts out.

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