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Movie Classic: High Society


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Millionaire playboy
C.K. Dexter-Haven is determined to win back his beautiful ex-wife on the eve of her second marriage.
The film features nine superb COLE PORTER songs, with Bing singing True Love to Grace Kelly , Now You Has Love by Louis Armstrong and Well Did You Evah with Sinatra.
Screenplay by JOHN PATRICK , based on The Philadelphia Story by PHILIP BARRY
Produced by SOL C. SIEGEL
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Unknown: C.K. Dexter-Haven
Unknown: Cole Porter
Unknown: Grace Kelly
Unknown: Louis Armstrong
Unknown: John Patrick
Story By: Philip Barry
Directed By: Charles Walters
C K Dexter-Haven: Bing Crosby
Tracy Lord: Grace Kelly
Mike Connor: Frank Sinatra
Liz Imbrie: Celeste Holm
George Kittredge: John Lund
Uncle Willie: Louis Calhern
Louis Armstrong: Louis Armstrong

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Movie Classic: High Society

BBC One London, 1 January 1988 0.10

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