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All of the hot swing music
from the 1943 Red Skelton film

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The 1943 Red Skelton comedy included more than its share of memorable musical moments.

This lengthy excerpt features the Jimmy Dorsey Orchestra roaring through “One O’Clock Jump” before a frenzied crowd, Bob Eberle singing to Eleanor Powell (who tap-dances in a number with ropes), Bob Eberle and Helen O’Connell introducing “Star Eyes” (which they never recorded together), a Hawaiian dance number featuring Powell, Hazel Scott on “Taking A Chance On Love,” Lena Horne on “Jericho,” and a final tap-dance production by Powell.

-Scott Yanow




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