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The Horn Blows at Midnight (1945) was a Fantasy - Comedy Film directed by Raoul Walsh and produced by Jack L. Warner and Mark Hellinger.

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Athanael: What are they supposed to be doing?
Maitre d': I wouldn't know, sir; they call it dancing.
Athanael: I must tell St. Vitus about this.

Athanael: Hey... I'm getting wet!

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Jack Benny's last starring role.
In 1949 Jack Benny reprised his role as Athanael on radio for The Ford Theater's production of THBAM. Claude Rains also appeared in the program.
The sequence toward the end, where the cast is at the side of the building and Benny battles the Paradise Coffee moving ad, was scored by Warmers composer Carl W. Stalling, using his trademark violin string up-slide twang sound and his paraphrasing of the work of Raymond Scott. Stalling was used to give the scene a Warner Brothers cartoon feel.
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