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Orchestra Wives

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The second of two films featuring Glenn Miller and his Orchestra starring George Montgomery Ann Rutherford with Lynn Bari
Carole Landis , Cesar Romero
The late Glenn Miller and his orchestra playing such nostalgic numbers as ' I've Got a Girl in Kalamazoo,' and ' Serenade in Blue.'
Director ARCHIE MAYO
(This Weeks Films: page 11)

Contributors

Unknown: Glenn Miller
Unknown: George Montgomery
Unknown: Ann Rutherford
Unknown: Lynn Bari
Unknown: Carole Landis
Unknown: Cesar Romero
Unknown: Glenn Miller
Director: Archie Mayo
Bill Abbott: George Montgomery
Connie: Ann Rutherford
Gene Morrison: Glenn Miller
Jaynie: Lynn Bari
Natalie: Carole Landis
Sinjin: Cesar Romero
Elsie: Virginia Gilmore
Caroline: Mary Beth Hughes

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