Lady Be Good | Chicago Reader

Lady Be Good

Tuneful MGM musical of 1941 from the Arthur Freed unit, with Robert Young and Ann Sothern as married songwriters putting on a show; Eleanor Powell, Dan Dailey, Red Skelton, and the Jimmy Dorsey orchestra are among the featured entertainers. One of the songs, “The Last Time I Saw Paris,” won that year's Oscar; Norman Z. McLeod directed.

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