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Can't Help Singing

90 min
Musical | Western
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Frank Ryan
Nominated for 2 Oscars.
Country: USA
Release Date: 1944-12-29
Filming Locations: Duck Creek, Kanab, Utah, USA
Deanna Durbin
Robert Paige
Akim Tamiroff
David Bruce
Leonid Kinskey
June Vincent
Miss McLean
Ray Collins
Senator Frost
Andrew Tombes
Sad Sam
Thomas Gomez
Clara Blandick
Aunt Cissy
Olin Howland
Bigelow (as Olin Howlin)
George Cleveland
Enrique Acosta
Passenger on Pier (uncredited)
Eddie Acuff
Cavalry Officer (uncredited)
Roscoe Ates
Lemuel (uncredited)
Jimmy Aubrey
Customer (uncredited)
Irving Bacon
Bath House Barber (uncredited)
Joseph E. Bernard
Boat Official (uncredited)
Gladys Blake
Townswoman (uncredited)
Nana Bryant
Mrs. Carstairs (uncredited)
James Bush
Cavalry Officer (uncredited)
Nina Campana
Mexican Woman (uncredited)
Jack Clifford
Townsman (uncredited)
Iron Eyes Cody
Indian Scaring Caroline (uncredited)
Chester Conklin
Townsman (uncredited)
Heinie Conklin
Waiter (uncredited)
Leon Cortez
Townsman (uncredited)
Kernan Cripps
Boat Official (uncredited)
Ruby Dandridge
Henrietta (uncredited)
Frank Darien
Old Man (uncredited)
Rico De Montez
Townsman (uncredited)
Edward Earle
President Polk (uncredited)
George Eldredge
Capt. Sherwood (uncredited)
Fern Emmett
Mrs. Brown (uncredited)
Jim Farley
Bartender (uncredited)
Jody Gilbert
Bath House Attendant (uncredited)
Frank Hagney
Gunman (uncredited)
Eddie Hart
Cavalry Officer (uncredited)
Herbert Heywood
Mr. Brown (uncredited)
Robert Homans
Albert (uncredited)
John James
Dispatch Rider (uncredited)
I. Stanford Jolley
Jeff (uncredited)
Frank Lackteen
Man with Gunfighter (uncredited)
George J. Lewis
Cavalry Officer (uncredited)
George Lloyd
Proprietor (uncredited)
Robert McKenzie
Storekeeper (uncredited)
Frank Melton
Cavalry Officer (uncredited)
Art Miles
Townsman (uncredited)
Dennis Moore
Cavalry Officer Near Independence Dock (uncredited)
Jay Novello
Sucker (uncredited)
Wedgwood Nowell
Elderly Townsman (uncredited)
Barbara Pepper
Townswoman (uncredited)
Bob Perry
Gunner's Helper (uncredited)
Victor Potel
Guide (uncredited)
Theodore Rand
Specialty Dance Team Member (uncredited)
Renie Riano
Spinster Exiting Bathhouse (uncredited)
Virginia Sale
Townswoman (uncredited)
Scott Seaton
Elderly Townsman (uncredited)
Harry Semels
Peon (uncredited)
Almira Sessions
Lemuel's Wife (uncredited)
Freddie Steele
Crewman (uncredited)
Jack Stoney
Frontiersman (uncredited)
Glenn Strange
Gunman (uncredited)
William Sundholm
Lincoln (uncredited)
Forrest Taylor
Doc Crane (uncredited)
Max Wagner
Cavalry Officer (uncredited)
Phil Warren
Cavalry Officer (uncredited)
Harry Woods
Gunman Disliking Prying (uncredited)
Did you know?
This movie is Deanna Durbin's only Technicolor vehicle. Unfulfilled plans to showcase Miss Durbin in color, proposed between 1938 and 1953, included these eventually produced films: First Love (1939) (which starred Miss Durbin in black and white), Phantom of the Opera (1943) (Susanna Foster in Technicolor), Up in Central Park (1948) (Miss Durbin in black and white), A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court (1949) (Rhonda Fleming in Technicolor), Melba (1953) (Patrice Munsel in Technicolor), Kiss Me Kate (1953) (Kathryn Grayson in Anscocolor), The Student Prince (1954) (Ann Blyth in Anscocolor) and Song of Norway (1970) (Florence Henderson in Color by DeLuxe). As reported by A.H. Weiler in The New York Times on August 3, 1947, Deanna Durbin was being offered a black-and-white filming in Britain of The Beggar's Opera (1953), which ultimately featured Dorothy Tutin portraying Polly Peachum in Technicolor.
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Over its December 1944-January 1945 run at Lowe's Criterion Theatre in Manhattan, this film broke the attendance record.
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After her bath Caroline changes into a clean white dress. However, she has had no access to her trunk where she would have kept her clothing. Such a voluminous dress couldn't have been stored in her hat-box or her small case, her only other luggage.
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Photos from cast
Gertrude Astor
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