One Hundred Men and a Girl (1937) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by Henry Koster and produced by Joe Pasternak and Charles R. Rogers.
Academy Awards 1937 --- Ceremony Number 10 (source: AMPAS)
|Best Film Editing||Bernard W. Burton||Nominated|
|Best Music - Scoring||Universal Studio Music Department, Charles Previn, head of department (no composer credit)||Won|
|Best Writing||Hans Kraly||Nominated|
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John R. Frost: The day you stop playing them on me.
Tommy Bitters: Well, at least mine are funny, and new!
John R. Frost: Oh, yeah? Well, mine work.
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On July 23, 1949, this film, double-billed with The Mikado, was revived at the Little Carnegie Theatre in Manhattan. On August 31, 1949, Universal (by then called Universal International) concluded its 13-year association with Deanna Durbin, who hadn't a new feature in release for 1949.
Leopold Stokowski recorded the classical music in the film at the Philadelphia Academy of Music, using the Philadelphia Orchestra (of which he was still principal guest conductor), on a multi-channel sound system, the first time one was ever used to record music in a film. The musicians seen in the film, however, were L.A.-based players doing what was called "sideline" (seen but not heard, merely miming to a prerecorded soundtrack played by others).
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