With Words and Music (1937)

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“With Words and Music” is a musical film directed by Benjamin Stoloff and released in 1937. The film features a star-studded cast and showcases a number of popular songs from the era.

The film follows the story of two songwriters, Johnny Brett and Steve Raleight, who are trying to break into the music industry. They meet a talented singer named Lily Blane, and together they form a successful songwriting team.

As their fame grows, Johnny and Lily fall in love, but their relationship is threatened by Steve’s jealousy and sabotage. They must navigate the ups and downs of the music industry and their own personal relationships as they strive for success.

The film features a number of popular songs, including “With a Song in My Heart,” “My Funny Valentine,” and “The Lady is a Tramp,” all written by Richard Rodgers and Lorenz Hart. It also features performances by some of the era’s most popular entertainers, including Judy Garland, Mickey Rooney, and Ann Sothern.

“With Words and Music” is a delightful and entertaining musical that showcases some of the most iconic songs of the era. It captures the spirit of the golden age of Hollywood and remains a beloved classic to this day.

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