Movieland Magic (1946)

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Released as part of a series of WB shorts under the collective title of "Technicolor Specials" (WB production number 2003) this short most likely holds the WB house record for a 20-minute ... See full summary »


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James V. Kern

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7 December 2010 | tterrace
Not entirely recycled
Thank you to Leslie Howard Adams' who, in his 2006 review, usefully identifies much of the recycled footage from previous Technicolor Warner studio tour shorts. Just having watched it (it's a bonus feature on the Bette Davis "Deception" DVD), I can say that there actually is some newly- shot material. At about the halfway point (5:18 to be precise), the narrator turns us over to "our musical messengers" led by a tour guide who's none other than a very young Mel Tormé. At the time, he was a Warner Bros. contract player, having signed in 1944. In this short, most of his lines are in rhyming dialog, but he does sing briefly before the final (recycled) segment. A very brief (don't blink) bit: when he's pointing out a scene with Dennis Morgan and Fuzzy Knight, he momentarily scrunches up his face into a perfect Fuzzy Knight impression.


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Comedy | Musical | Short

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