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DVD

2004
Roger and his friend Charlie audition at a saloon in San Francisco's Barbary Coast. The number "Alexander's ragtime band" proves to be a sensation. Charlie soon falls in love with Stella who is the singer of the band. Wh...
Book jacket

Book

2003
In an illustrated version of the song, a little bunny and her father enjoy the Easter parade.
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DVD

2010
The gay divorcee: Mimi Glossop wants a divorce so her Aunt Hortense hires a professional to play the correspondent in apparent infidelity. American dancer Guy Holden meets Mimi while visiting Brightbourne (Brighton) and...
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DVD

2000
Frank Butler, handsome star of Buffalo Bill's Wild West Show, bags clay pigeons and ladies' hearts. He's the best marksman in the world--until a backwoods hoyden challenges him. Her name? Annie Oakley.
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CD

2017
Astaire sings most of the songs that made him famous on stage and screen in the 1930s and 1940s. The program is presented as a soundtrack, with an overture, an intermission music, and an exit music.
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DVD

2006
"When Gary Blake's new show starring Mona Merrick premieres, it angers socialite Mimi Carraway. But Mimi's bitterness turns to affection when she falls for Gary."--container.
Book jacket

Book

2010
An illustrated version of the popular Christmas song, with sheet music included in the back of the book.
Book jacket

DVD

2006
Crosby and Kaye are a song-and-dance team who travel to Vermont to put on a Christmas show for the inn owned by their old army general.
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DVD

2006
A song and dance man leaves showbiz to run an inn that is open only on holidays. A former partner joins him and the two find themselves competing for the affections of the same lovely lady.
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DVD

2005
A 1912 song-and-dance man quarrels with one partner but finds another. His new partner falls head over heels for the king of hoofers.
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DVD

1999
In Going my way Crosby stars as a young priest, whose unconventional methods of getting his parish out of debt don't always agree with those of his superior.