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Mr. Music (1950) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by Richard Haydn and produced by Robert L. Welch.

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On the Decca Records 10-inch LP of selections from the Johnny Burke-Jimmy Van Heusen film score, Bing Crosby crooned "Life Is So Peculiar" and "High on the List" with The Andrews Sisters, who did not appear in the picture. One guest star in the movie, diva Dorothy Kirsten, joined Bing on the Decca album for two ditties: "Accidents Will Happen" and "Milady."
This picture, the first screen pairing of Marge and Gower Champion, would be their only appearance together in black and white. Their six following movies, released between 1951 and 1955, were all shot in color.
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