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Painting the Clouds with Sunshine is the title of a Technicolor musical film released in , directed by David Butler and starring Dennis Morgan and Virginia. "Painting the Clouds with Sunshine" is a popular song published in The music was written by Joe Burke and the lyrics by Al Dubin for the musical.
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Viewing theatre hire. Archive content sales and licensing. The film begins with immediately singing on-screen in Technicolor; cue major swooning.
The movie revolves around him in love with Abby, played by Lucille Norman. They are followed by dancer Gene Nelson, who is secretly rich. The songs are fairly forgettable but the characters are fun. Wallace Ford is in a non-singing role of a rough western cowboy. Cuddles Sakall runs a hotel and is equally hilarious and adorable.
Then there is Tom Conway —brother of George Sanders — who brings some comedy and also a third romantic partner for our female singing trio. Norman was a professional singer and only appeared in a few films. Virginia Mayo was delightful as always in this film. I had some hunches, which ended up correct, but the romantic bingo was confusing enough to keep me guessing. I only know Lucille Norman from one of my favorite westerns,Carson City.
Wish she had done more films. Like Like. I remember the untold hours of magical escapism they afforded me, an average kid growing up in Brooklyn.
I was lucky to have three movie houses in my neighborhood that allowed me to buy a ticket, unaccompanied by an adult.