Customer Support
  Loading... Please wait...

Our Newsletter

Tell It To A Star (1945) DVD

  • Image 1
In Stock

Product Description

Tell It To A Star (1945)


Frank McDonald


John K. Butler (screenplay), Gerald Drayson Adams (original story), John W. Krafft


Ruth Terry, Robert Livingston, Alan Mowbray, Franklin Pangborn, Isabel Randolph, Eddie Marr
In this musical, a humble cigarette girl dreams of auditioning for the handsome bandleader at the nightclub. Her many attempts keep failing until her uncle appears. To help her, he impersonates a colonel and uses his "influence" to get her singing with the band. Eventually their ruse is revealed, but by then the bandleader has fallen in love with her. Songs include: "Tell It to a Star" (Shirley Botwin), "Love Me or Leave Me" (Gus Kahn, Walter Donaldson), "You're So Good to Me" (Sammy Cahn, Jule Styne), "A Batucada Corazon" (Ary Barroso).

Find Similar Products by Tag

Musical  romance  

Find Similar Products by Category

Write your own product review

Product Reviews

  1. Unexpected Stars Shine 5 Star Review

    Posted by on Nov 28th 2015

    The beauty of watching Republic Pictures "Tell It to a Star" (1945) comes in the form of what's unexpected. This film may be classed as a B picture; it's leads, Ruth Terry and Robert Livingston, are best known for starring roles in lots of B westerns and other such fare throughout their movie careers, and Republic Pictures was best know in 1945 as a B-picture mill. But in this film Mr. Livingston and Ms. Terry step away from their expected roles in action-packed oaters of the old west and render measured and believable performances as bandleader and singer, respectfully, in a 40s nightclub. Adding to the treat of seeing these two mix it up on the bandstand and fall in love on the dance floor (and elsewhere), "Tell It to a Star" also showcases the talents of Aurora Miranda, who, for those only familiar with her sister Carmen, is a delightful surprise as she sings and dances and otherwise struts her stuff through the Brazilian number "A Batucada Comecou." Rounding out the cast is a panoply of character actors doing their usually wonderful best, most notably Alan Mowbray and Franklin Pangborn. Unexpectedly, there is little that is B grade in this picture. It is a great little film and truly a pleasant surprise.

    The standard brought to the making of the DVD is also unexpected for a movie that comes without the usual high profile of better known films. The sound and video quality is excellent. My hat's off to Zeus for offering this film for public consumption and for ensuring a good presentation.

Add to Wish List

Click the button below to add the Tell It To A Star (1945) DVD to your wish list.

You Recently Viewed...