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On the Avenue (1937) was a Musical - Comedy Film directed by Roy Del Ruth and produced by Darryl F. Zanuck and Gene Markey.

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By Caftan Woman on Feb 26, 2015 From Caftan Woman

The Madeleine Carroll blogathon is underway, hosted by our friends Dorian of Tales of the Easily Distracted and Ruth of Silver Screenings and running on February 26th and 27th. Madeleine Carroll began her screen acting career toward the end of the silent era. She transitioned seamlessly to sound ... Read full article

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Despite introducing three Irving Berlin classics ("This Year's Kisses," "I've Got My Love to Keep Me Warm" with Dick Powell, and "Slumming on Park Avenue," followed by The Ritz Brothers in drag), Alice Faye, already well established in screen musicals, received only third billing, below the film title. Mr. Powell and non-vocalizing Madeline Carroll placed above Miss Faye.
Irving Berlin wrote three songs that were cut from the final release print: "On the Avenue", "On the Steps of Grant's Tomb" and "Swing Sister".
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