Footlight Serenade

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Footlight Serenade
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Directed by Gregory Ratoff
Produced by William LeBaron
Written by Kenneth Earl (story)
Robert Ellis (writer)
Starring John Payne
Betty Grable
Victor Mature
Jane Wyman
Music by Charles Henderson
Cinematography Lee Garmes
Edited by Robert L. Simpson
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release dates
  • August 1, 1942 (1942-08-01)
Running time 80 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Footlight Serenade is a 1942 musical comedy film directed by Gregory Ratoff, starring Betty Grable, John Payne and Victor Mature

Plot[edit]

Tommy Lundy (Victor Mature) is an arrogant ex-champion boxer who tries for an acting career on Broadway. He falls in love with his costar (Betty Grable), who's secretly married to actor John Payne.[1]

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

  • Except with You (uncredited). Music by Ralph Rainger. Lyrics by Leo Robin. Sung by Cobina Wright
  • Are You Kiddin'? (uncredited). Music by Ralph Rainger. Lyrics by Leo Robin. Sung and danced by Betty Grable
  • I'm Still Crazy for You (uncredited). Music by Ralph Rainger. Lyrics by Leo Robin. Sung by Betty Grable and John Payne
  • Land on Your Feet (uncredited). Music by Ralph Rainger (instrumental only). Danced by Betty Grable and Hermes Pan
  • I Heard the Birdies Sing (uncredited). Music by Ralph Rainger. Lyrics by Leo Robin. Sung and danced by Betty Grable and chorus
  • I'll Be Marching to a Love Song (uncredited). Music by Ralph Rainger. Lyrics by Leo Robin. Sung and danced by Betty Grable, Victor Mature, John Payne, chorus
  • Living High (uncredited). Music by Ralph Rainger

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