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About MeBlogger, Out of the Past - A Classic Film Blog and more. Please add my Google profile to your circles. Greenwich Village (1944) is a Technicolor musical featuring the iconic talent Carmen Miranda. Don Ameche plays Kenneth Harvey, a composer who has got "sucker" written all over him. He visi... Read full article

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The Revuers (Betty Comden, Adolph Green, Judy Holliday and Alvin Hammer) received billing (as a group), but their one musical number, "The Baroness Bazooka," was cut from the release print. Their remaining roles are little better than extras.
"I Like to Be Loved by You" (music by Harry Warren, lyrics by Mack Gordon) originally was planned for Carmen Miranda to sing and dance in Springtime in the Rockies. Ultimately, Carmen's number was interpolated into the score of this picture.
The "show stopper" of this film is the performance of the 1914 standard "When You Wore a Tulip And I Wore A Big Red Rose" sung by Don Ameche, B.S. Pully, William Bendix and Felix Bressart.
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