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Dixie (1943) DVD

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Dixie (1943)


 A. Edward Sutherland


 Claude Binyon (adaptation), William Rankin (story)


 Bing Crosby, Dorothy Lamour, Billy De Wolfe
According to this exuberant Paramount musical, famed pre-Civil War minstrel performer Daniel Decatur Emmett looked and sounded exactly like Bing Crosby! Very loosely based on the real Emmett's life and career, the film is essentially an excuse for an unending stream of Southern-fried ballads and boisterous blackface production numbers. The best scenes involve Emmet's creation of the minstrel tradition, helped along by Billy De Wolfe as the original "Mr. Bones." As Emmet's sweetheart Millie Cook, Dorothy Lamour has less to do than fourth-billed Marjorie Reynolds as Jean Mason, the physically challenged girl whom Emmet ultimately marries. In the midst of several old-time musical numbers, Bing Crosby introduces one of his lasting hits, "Sunday, Monday and Always". 

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  1. Excellent quality for a rare film. 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Jan 17th 2018

    Couldnt get this film anywhere else and my 87 year old father remembered going to the film with my mother on a date...many...many years ago. Was a xmas present. Thanks.

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