Approved | | Comedy, Musical
The late, great impresario Florenz Ziegfeld Jr. looks down from Heaven and ordains a new revue in his grand old style.
Although Kathryn Grayson would replace James Melton in the closing song, Victor Records issued, in early 1945, a commercial disc of Mr. Melton singing "There's Beauty Everywhere" with Al Goodman and His Orchestra (music by Harry Warren, lyrics by Arthur Freed).
Florenz Ziegfeld Jr.:
Ah... Saturday, September twenty fifth. Another heavenly day. Ah, yes. Always a heavenly day.
During the "A Great Lady Has An Interview," Judy Garland is continuously pushing her hair back out of her face during the interview portion of the scene. However, when the musical part begins her hair is firmly fixed up off of her face and stays that way until the end of the number when her dance moves have obviously loosened it up enough to start falling in her face again.
"Bunin's Puppets" are listed as cast members just above Cyd Charisse.