Bing Crosby: Screen Legend Collection

Bing Crosby: Screen Legend Collection

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Director: David Butler, Frank Tuttle, Mark Sandrich, Theodore Reed

Cast: David Butler, Frank Tuttle, Mark Sandrich, Theodore Reed

     
 

Product Details

Release Date:
11/14/2006
UPC:
0025193092229
Source:
Universal Studios
Region Code:
1
Presentation:
[Full Frame]
Time:
7:42:00
Sales rank:
21,711

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Bing Crosby Buzz Blackwell,Denny Martin,Johnny Cabot,Lefty Boylan,Tony Martin
Betty Hutton Susie Allison
Gloria Jean Patricia Johnson
Joan Blondell Mary Wilson
Martha Raye Liza Lou Lane,Myrtle Finch
Andy Devine Half-Pint
Charles Winninger Joe Johnson
Mischa Auer Nicky
Shirley Ross Georgia Smith
Sonny Tufts Windy
Ann Doran Ruth
El Brendel Axel Swenson
George Barbier J.P. Todhunter
Irene Hervey Mona
Mary Carlisle Vicki Clark
Allyn Joslyn Jarvis Johnson
C. Aubrey Smith Cyrus Barrett Sr.
Gwen Crawford Tex
William Frawley John Peterson

Technical Credits
David Butler Director
Frank Tuttle Director
Mark Sandrich Director
Theodore Reed Director

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Bing Crosby: Screen Legend Collection 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 2 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Bing Crosby has starred in some of my favorite, and least favorite, movies. Appearing in over 100 motion pictures, he was one of the most popular performers of his time. This collection showcases five of his lesser known efforts. While none of them are as excellent as his classics "White Christmas" or "Going My Way", most of them can be enjoyed for what they are – lively low budget musicals. The best in the set are both included on the second disc. Also featuring child star Gloria Jean, “If I Had My Way” has godfather Crosby attempting to provide for the orphaned girl of his best friend. My personal favorite of the set, “East Side of Heaven” is a hilarious comedy about two bachelors who get stuck with a baby when the mother skips town during a custody battle for the child. I found that the others, while pleasant, were fairly forgettable. Of course Crosby’s easy going persona and rich baritone are winning in every film he appears in. Unfortunately, there are no special features. All in all, I’d say that this is set of early Bing Crosby movies that never became classics.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago