Too Much Harmony

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Too Much Harmony
Directed by A. Edward Sutherland
Produced by William LeBaron
Written by Joseph L. Mankiewicz
Starring Bing Crosby
Jack Oakie
Richard "Skeets" Gallagher
Harry Green
Judith Allen
Music by Heinz Roemheld
Cinematography Theodor Sparkuhl
Edited by Richard C. Currier
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release dates
  • September 23, 1933 (1933-09-23)
Running time
76 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Too Much Harmony (1933), aka Musik skal der til in Denmark, is a black and white American musical film directed by A. Edward Sutherland and released by Paramount Pictures.

Cast[edit]

Soundtrack[edit]

  • "Black Moonlight"
Written by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow
Sung by Kitty Kelly
  • "Thanks"
Written by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow[1][2][3]
Sung by Bing Crosby
  • "Mingle with the Hoy Palloy"
Written by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow
Sung by Jack Oakie and Richard 'Skeets' Gallagher
  • "The Day You Came Along"
Written by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow
Sung by Judith Allen; reprised by Bing Crosby
  • "Boo-boo-boo"
Written by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow
Sung by Bing Crosby and chorus
  • "Cradle Me with a Hotcha Lullaby"
Written by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow
Sung and danced by Grace Bradley
  • "I Guess It Had to Be that Way"
Written by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow
  • "The Two Aristocrats"
Written by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow
  • "Buckin' the Wind"
Written by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow
Sung by Bing Crosby

References[edit]

  1. ^ Popular Music - Volume 4 - Page 109 "Thanks Words and music by Arthur Johnston and Sam Coslow. Famous Music Corp. Introduced by Judith Allen and Bing Crosby in Too Much Harmony (film)."
  2. ^ Lenny Kaye You call it madness: the sensuous song of the croon 2004- Page 334 "The Broadcast formula was turned sideways for Too Much Harmony (songwriters Coslow and Johnston even reprised their "Please" with "Thanks"), a behind-the-curtain musical that cast him as a theatrical singer caught between Judith Allen and Lilyan Tashman, in one of her ..."
  3. ^ Cocktails for two: the many lives of giant songwriter Sam Coslow 1977 Page 136 "The score contained "Thanks," "The Day You Came Along"... Too Much Harmony, which was directed by Eddie Sutherland, landed Bing Crosby solidly in the Top Ten box-office attractions of 1933 in the national poll of theater operators."

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