The Singing Marine

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The Singing Marine
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Directed by Ray Enright
Busby Berkeley (musical sequences)
Written by Delmer Daves (original screenplay)
Cinematography Arthur L. Todd
Sidney Hickox (uncredited)
Edited by Thomas Pratt
Distributed by Warner Brothers
Release dates 3 July 1937
Running time 105 min.
Country United States
Language English

The Singing Marine is a 1937 American film starring Dick Powell, the last of his trio of service-related Warners films: 1934's Flirtation Walk paid tribute, of sorts, to the Army, and 1935's Shipmates Forever to the Navy. This one is distinguished by its two musical sequences directed by Busby Berkeley.

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