ROAD TO MOROCCO
1942, Universal, 82 min, USA, Dir: David Butler

This third in the series of ROAD pictures finds Bob Hope and Bing Crosby as a pair of stowaways stranded in North Africa who fall under the amorous eyes of Princess Shalmar (Dorothy Lamour) and invoke the ire of an Arabian sheik (Anthony Quinn). Named in 1996 to the National Film Registry, this amiable comedy earned Oscar nominations for its sound and original screenplay and features one of the most memorable songs of the series in the Johnny Burke-Jimmy Van Heusen title number.


THAT'S ENTERTAINMENT
1974, Warner Bros., 135 min, Dir: Jack Haley Jr.

An impressive array of classic MGM stars - Fred Astaire, Gene Kelly, Liza Minnelli, Debbie Reynolds, Elizabeth Taylor, Bing Crosby, and Frank Sinatra, to name a few - discuss their favorite and most memorable experiences at the studio known for its musical panache, in this documentary directed by Jack Haley’s son. This anthology film features archival footage of legendary MGM stars and rarely seen performances such as a singing and dancing Clark Gable. Clips from SINGIN' IN THE RAIN to THE BANDWAGON and more.


ROBIN AND THE 7 HOODS
1964, warner Brothers, 123 min, Dir: Gordon Douglas

It’s Prohibition-era Chicago, and gangster Robbo (Frank Sinatra) controls the North Side, despite ferocious racketeer Guy Gisborne’s (Peter Falk) take-over of the rest of the city. When Robbo gives money to the local boys’ orphanage, he becomes the Robin Hood of the Windy City - but will the good-hearted hood be toppled by Gisborne’s nefarious designs? With Bing Crosby and Barbara Rush.


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