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  • You Won't Find Out

    • Meredith
    • 11/1/13

    This is an exciting film where big band meets Scooby Doo. Lorre, Karloff, and Lugosi play it low-key in this one, but that's okay because Kay Kyser steps up. Kyser is at his funniest when he's not trying to be funny and he doesn't seem to try too hard in this movie. I will say the one downside is Ish Kabibble. He kept reminding me of Jim Carrey and that's not a good thing. His "extra" funny really wasn't needed in this film, if anything it needed more scarey. I will say too, I'm not sure what it was I was supposed to find out, but I didn't find it.

  • Truth Is Stranger Than Ficton

    • Sensie Hedrick
    • 4/14/12

    Noted the 1940ish A -list cast : Lagosi, Karloff, Lorre when channel surfing today. The plot for the audienceof the time on a 40 foot screen would have been suspenful.Truth is stranger than ficton. Read about cast members when you get chance. Jenny Sims, mild mannered siren had multi marriages - each with a tycoon.

  • UPLIFTED MY SPIRITS.

    • robert martin
    • 12/25/09

    This comedy uplifted my spirits.I think Kay Kyser is the most underrated bandleader of that generation. His bandwas way ahead of the times, and FUNNY!!The movie has all my favorite scary actorsas a bonus. I will definitely order thisdvd. Thanks TCM

  • Lorre, Lugosi and Karloff--All Set to Music!!!

    • Keith
    • 8/11/08

    This is perhaps one of my favorite mystery comedies of all time. Starring Kay Kyser and his band (Ish Kabibble, Harry Babbitt, Solly Mason), the gang finds itself performing at the 21st birthday party of a soon-to-be heiress. This heiress finds herself at the mercy of several dark and menacing figures--hmmmm, who could be out to dispose of our damsel in distress: Peter Lorre, Bela Lugosi, Boris Karloff--or is it the butler? Cut off from civilization (someone has blown up the bridge to the island where the old mansion sits upon a hill), Kay and the gang must find a way to stop the murderous attempts while simultaneously playing band number after band number. The inimitable, gorgeous Ginny Simms vocalizes the Oscar nominated song "I'd Know You Anywhere" amidst the chaotic goings-on, and almost becomes a victim of the evildoer herself! All in all, one of the best films of its kind, and, sadly, still not available on DVD! The menacing performances of Lorre, Lugosi and Karloff are frightening and comedic (intentionally) at the same time, and Kay's reaction to their ministrations are priceless! Be sure to check this movie out the next time it airs (usually TCM seems to schedule it during the month of October--the perfect time for such a perfect film).

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