Orchestra Wives (1942) was a Musical - Romance Film directed by Archie Mayo and produced by William LeBaron.
Academy Awards 1942 --- Ceremony Number 15 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Music - Song||Music by Harry Warren; Lyrics by Mack Gordon||Nominated|
Glenn Miller in Orchestra Wives (1942)By Emily on Aug 3, 2013 From The Vintage Cameo
Orchestra Wives is a great example of a band fully integrated into the picture’s overall narrative. Glenn Miller and his orchestra are the object of affection of the titular spouses, and the characters to whom we’re introduced throughout are a mix of actors and real-life band members. Na... Read full article
Orchestra Wives(1942).By Dawn Sample on Mar 20, 2013 From Noir and Chick Flicks
Orchestra Wives(1942). Cast: Ann Rutherford and George Montgomery, Lynn Bari, Carole Landis, Cesar Romero, Virginia Gilmore, Mary Beth Hughes and The Nicholas Brothers. The film was the second and last film to feature The Glenn Miller Orchestra. Maureen O'Hara and Linda Darnell both declined the fem... Read full article
Film Reviews (Seriously) – Sun Valley Serenade and Orchestra WivesBy ScribeHard on Jul 2, 2012 From ScribeHard on Film
With the recent passing of Anne Rutherford, I was reminded of one of my favorite movies to feature her, Orchestra Wives (1942). Since the main draw of that film is Glenn Miller and his Orchestra, I thought I would look at both Glenn Miller films for this installment of FR(S). The 1990s had grunge. ... Read full article
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