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Black L.A. 1947: ‘A Song Is Born’ a New High in Interracial Pictures

Aug. 14, 1947: The Sentinel runs a feature on “A Song Is Born” (working title: “That’s Life”) in production at the Goldwyn studios. If the plot sounds a bit like “Ball of Fire,” also made by the Goldwyn studios, I’m … Continue reading

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1944 in Print — Hollywood Gossip by Louella Parsons, March 26, 1944

March 26, 1944 Louella Parsons interviews Danny Kaye and his wife, Sylvia Fine, and writes: I have seldom met two such idealistic young people. To see blond Danny, who makes funny faces and sings eccentric songs, you get no idea … Continue reading

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