Music Is Magic

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Music Is Magic
MusicIsMagicphoto.jpg
Promotional photo
Directed by George Marshall
Produced by John Stone
Written by Play:
Jesse Lasky Jr.
Gladys Unger
Screenplay:
Lou Breslow
Edward Eliscu
Starring Alice Faye
Bebe Daniels
Music by Oscar Levant
Cinematography L. William O'Connell
Edited by Alex Troffey
Distributed by 20th Century Fox
Release date(s) November 1, 1935
Running time 66 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Music Is Magic is a 1935 Fox musical film directed by George Marshall. The movie stars Alice Faye and Bebe Daniels and is based on a play by Jesse Lasky Jr. and Gladys Unger. The movie was Daniels' last American screen appearance.

Plot[edit]

Diane De Valle (Bebe Daniels) is an aging theatre actress who can't deal with getting older. Trying to hide it, she has to come to terms she is being replaced by a younger actress. She has to defeat the much younger and suable Peggy Harper (Alice Faye) for a role of a young woman in an upcoming stage production.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

  • Honey Chile
    • by Oscar Levant and Sydney Clare
    • Sung by Alice Faye
  • Love is Smiling at Me
    • by Oscar Levant and Sydney Clare
    • Sung by Alice Faye
  • Music Is Magic
    • by Arthur Johnston and Sydney Clare
    • Sung by Alice Faye
  • La Locumba
    • by Raoul Julien and Sydney Clare
    • Sung by Alice Faye

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