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The Hollywood Musical: The Glenn Miller Story

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Tonight: the 1954 production The Glenn Miller Story
Starring James Stewart, June Allyson
and featuring guest stars Louis Armstrong, Frances Langford, Gene Krupa, Ben Pollack, The Modernaires

Glenn Miller, one of the most notable dance band musicians of his time, became one of the great morale boosters when he joined the U.S. Air Force during the Second World War. He died tragically when a single-engined plane in which he was flying to Paris disappeared over the English Channel.
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Contributors

Musical Adaptation: Henry Mancini
Screenplay: Valentine Davies
Screenplay: Oscar Brodney
Producer: Aaron Rosenberg
Director: Anthony Mann
Glenn Miller: James Stewart
Helen Miller: June Allyson
Don Haynes: Charles Drake
Si Schribman: George Tobias
Chummy MacGregor: Henry Morgan
Mr. Miller: Irving Bacon
Mrs. Miller: Kathleen Lockhart
General Arnold: Barton MacLane
Himself: Louis Armstrong
Herself: Frances Langford
Himself: Gene Krupa
Himself: Ben Pollack
Singers: The Modernaires

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The Hollywood Musical: The Glenn Miller Story

BBC Two England, 4 September 1968 21.05






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