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  1. Night and Day () (uncredited) Written by Cole Porter In the Still of the Night () (uncredited) Written by Cole Porter Sung by Dorothy Malone Later sung by Christmas Choral singers. An Old Fashioned Garden Cary Grant a list of 27 titles created Golden Oldies Musicals.
  2. Yet, despite all the problems, Night and Day opened to long lines at the box office. According to Warren G. Harris in Cary Grant, A Touch of Elegance, "In a period when the average movie ticket cost forty-one cents, Warner Brothers earned four million dollars in rentals." It was Grant's biggest moneymaker up to that time. Producer: Arthur Schwartz.
  3. Aug 01,  · From Patrick Williams' album "Sinatraland." Patrick Williams: Arranger and Conductor Trumpet: Wayne Bergeron, Rick Baptist, George Graham, Frank Szabo Trombone: Chauncey Welsch, George Bohannon.
  4. Nov 19,  · ''Still of the Night'' is an intelligently entertaining movie with two quite striking weaknesses. The resolution to the mystery, although logical, isn't either strong or eccentric enough to.
  5. This timeless Alfred Hitchcock thriller set a new benchmark for the format across the following decades as the precursor to James Bond and the wide-screen world of larger than life action adventure. Starring Cary Grant, it's the story of a man in peril being pursued across America from New York to Mount Rushmore. Bernard Herrmann's score for the film is overwhelmingly an orchestral tour.
  6. In the still of the night While the world lies in slumber Oh the times without number When I say to you. Do you love me Just like I love you Are you my life to be That dream come true Or will this dream of mine Will it fade way out of sight. Just like that moon growing dim Way out on the rim of the hill In the still of the night. Lyrics: Cole.
  7. "Night and Day" - Cary Grant "Just One of Those Things" - Ginny Simms "Anything Goes" - Orchestra "You're the Top" - Ginny Simms and Cary Grant "I Get a Kick Out of You" - Ginny Simms with chorus "My Heart Belongs to Daddy" - Mary Martin with chorus "Don't Fence Me In" - Roy Rogers [Original footage from Hollywood Canteen] "Begin the Beguine.
  8. Frank G. Comstock (September 20, – May 21, ) was an American composer, arranger, conductor and reamoscentnoportka.amcounrapontogangdownretpunesgiopo.infoinfo television, Comstock wrote and arranged music for major situation comedies and variety shows; his theme and incidental music for Rocky and His Friends (–) are probably his best-remembered works. Additionally, his music for Adam earned him a Emmy .

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