Orchestra Wives (4-Sep-1942)
Director: Archie Mayo
Writers: Karl Tunberg; Darrell Ware; James Prindle
Lyrics and Music by: Mack Gordon; Harry Warren
Producer: William LeBaron
Ann Rutherford is Robert Montgomery's new wife, but his ex, Lynn Bari, wants him back. The trifle of a plot is unimportant. You're going to be watching this form for only one reason, the orchestral numbers, including "At Last" and "I've Got a Gal in Kalamazoo." Second film featuring Glenn Miller and His Orchestra, the first being Sun Valley Serenade (1941).
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Review by anonymous (posted on 27-Aug-2006)
This it a very boring film to me,
I had a hard time just sitting through it, still it's one of only two
films that Glenn Miller appeared in and it is for this reason that I
keep this film in my collection. I always enjoy seeing as well as
hearing the Glenn Miller band and to hear Glenn talking, it kind of
gives you an insight into the character of the man. I rated the movie 1
star but I still would recommend it for anyone's collection.
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