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The Singing Stars: By the Light of the Silvery Moon


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[Starring] Doris Day, Gordon MacRae
with Leon Ames, Rosemary DeCamp, Billy Gray

The Winfield family made their movie debut in On Moonlight Bay. In this lively sequel, set in 1918, Doris Day again plays daughter Marjorie, waiting for sweetheart William Sherman (Gordon MacRae) to return from the war. William, however, has matured and marriage is no longer the only thing on his mind...!
(This Week's Films: see page 9)


Director: David Butler
Marjorie Winfield: Doris Day
William Sherman: Gordon MacRae
George Winfield: Leon Ames
Mrs Winfield: Rosemary Decamp
Wesley: Billy Gray
Stella: Mary Wickes
Chester Finley: Russell Arms

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