Thousands Cheer (1943)

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Acrobat Eddie Marsh is in the army now. His first act is to become friendly with Kathryn Jones, the colonel's pretty daughter. Their romance hits a few snags, including disapproval from her... See full summary »

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  • Judy Garland, Gene Kelly, June Allyson, Mary Astor, Lucille Ball, Donna Reed, Mickey Rooney, Cyd Charisse, Gloria DeHaven, Eleanor Powell, Ben Blue, John Boles, Georgia Carroll, John Conte, Bob Crosby, Kathryn Grayson, Lena Horne, Marsha Hunt, José Iturbi, Kay Kyser, Marilyn Maxwell, Frank Morgan, Margaret O'Brien, Virginia O'Brien, Frances Rafferty, Red Skelton, and Ann Sothern in Thousands Cheer (1943)
  • Gene Kelly and Kathryn Grayson in Thousands Cheer (1943)
  • Judy Garland, Gene Kelly, Lucille Ball, Mickey Rooney, Eleanor Powell, Kathryn Grayson, Lena Horne, José Iturbi, Red Skelton, and Ann Sothern in Thousands Cheer (1943)
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6 March 2007 | drewfbartlow
| Kathryn Grayson
Tonight was the first time I'd seen this one. I thought I had seen most of Kathryn Grayson's work.It was enjoyable. Of course there's not much plot as I believe it was made to take the civilian's mind off the tension of WWII.

I'm a big Kathryn Grayson fan (along with Jane Powell and Deanna Durbin), and take umbrage to Dreamer36's reference to her singing as "chirping". While I realize that not everyone likes coloraturas, you have to give credit for the sheer talent alone. After all, where is that kind of talent in the movies they put out today? It gets tiring seeing a flick where's there's an obligatory scene where someone or something get blown to h*** and back and every other word is f***.

Gene Kelly's dancing was fantastic as usual, especially the scene with the broom and it's always a pleasure to see what classical treats José Iturbi has in store.

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