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Till the Clouds Roll By (1946) was a Biographical - Musical Film directed by George Sidney and Richard Whorf and produced by Arthur Freed.

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Kathryn Grayson would again portray Magnolia Hawks in the 1951 MGM color production of Show Boat.
Deleted from the film were the following Jerome Kern songs: "D'Ye Love Me?" (lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II and Otto A. Harbach), sung by Judy Garland, footage available on the 2008 DVD from Warner Home Video (although the song's prologue, which shows Judy interacting with mimes John and Renee Arnaut, is missing the soundtrack) -- "Bill" (lyrics by P.G. Wodehouse), the first chorus sung by Lena Horne, audio available on the 1996 Rhino CD, "Lena Horne at M-G-M: Ain't It the Truth" -- "I've Told Every Little Star" (lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II), sung by Kathryn Grayson, segueing into "The Song Is You" (lyrics by Oscar Hammerstein II), sung by Kathryn Grayson and Johnny Johnston, footage of this medley available on the 2008 DVD from Warner Home Video -- "Dearly Beloved" (lyrics by Johnny Mercer), sung partially by Johnn
This was the second of six MGM movies released between 1944 and 1953 featuring
June Allyson and Van Johnson, although in this film they did not share any scenes or musical numbers.
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