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The Firefly (1937) was a Historical - Musical Film directed by Robert Z. Leonard and produced by Robert Z. Leonard and Hunt Stromberg.

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Classic Television Thursday #005 – The Green Hornet: The Hornet and The Firefly (1966)

By Michael on Sep 18, 2014 From Durnmoose Movie Musings

Since I posted an some episodes of The Lone Ranger television show earlier this week in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of the show’s star, Clayton Moore, I thought that for today’s feature I’d give you an episode of the Ranger’s descendant’s show, The... Read full article


Classic Television Thursday #005 – The Green Hornet: The Hornet and The Firefly (1966)

By Michael on Sep 18, 2014 From Durnmoose Movie Musings

Since I posted an some episodes of The Lone Ranger television show earlier this week in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the birth of the show’s star, Clayton Moore, I thought that for today’s feature I’d give you an episode of the Ranger’s descendant’s show, The... Read full article


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Don Diego: You have one bad habit.
Nina Maria Azara: Oh, yes? What?
Don Diego: You're always saying good-bye.
Nina Maria Azara: Very well then, I won't say good-bye. I'll just go!


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The song "Donkey Serenade" was not in the original stage production. It was written for the film, but the music was adapted from the song "Chansonette", from the stage version of "The Firefly".
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Also directed by Robert Z. Leonard




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Also released in 1937




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