Approved | | Biography, Drama, Music
A young trumpeter enjoys highs (musical success, fame, and fortune) and lows (sour marriage, death of his mentor, bout with alcoholism).
In the novel by Dorothy Baker, upon which this film is based, the characters played by Hoagie Carmichael and Doris Day were African-Americans.
You're like those carnival joints I used to work in. Big flash on the outside, but on the inside nothing but filth.
When a young Rick Martin is looking out the rear window of the car as it drives away from the cemetery, a light or reflector and its articulated stand is clearly reflected on the glass.
A cultish pyramid scheme and a twisted series of murders hit the small screen along with a powerful new documentary about our attachment to even smaller screens.
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