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Rainbow 'Round My Shoulder(1952)

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  • Raimbow Round My Shoulder

    • Greg
    • 2/21/12

    I totally disagree with Leonard Maltin's review calling this a blah musical. I taped this from television and watch it often. Frankie Laine is a wonderful energetic singer. He and Billy Daniels were big singers in the 50's. The story takes place inside the Columbia Studios and there are several cameo appearances like Donna Reed, Broderick Crawford and Gene Autry. A Pasadena girl gets a job as a messenger girl and is given the chance to audition for an upcoming Frankie Laine film. They want to sign her to a contract, but her Aunt will not permit her to be in show business. There are many familiar songs and a dance number. The movie makes you smile with the film ends.

  • Another scheduling mistake

    • Jarrod McDonald
    • 7/1/11

    This film aired again the other night, in place of the British film CASTLE IN THE AIR. It created a major brouhaha on the TCM message boards, especially since this is the second time the wrong film was played. I guess we will see if it happens again...? LOL

  • RAINBOW ROUND MY SHOULDER / CASTLE IN THE AIR

    • Anthony Cooper
    • 8/31/09

    As a long time fan of Frankie Laine, I have waited years to see Rainbow Round My Shoulder on TV. I now know that it was shown at 11.15an on 5/11/2009. Unfortunately not with it's normal title so the schedule was missed. Can we please have the movie on again soon as I'm sure many other fans of Frankie would love to see the film again

  • Incorrect Movie Showing

    • Nicole Taylor
    • 5/11/09

    RE: Castle In The Air (1952)(British)The above was not shown on 05/11/2009 at 11:15 AM as scheduled. Instead the RENAMED "Rainbow 'round My Shoulder"(1952)a musical one was shown. The error was due to the new name: "Castle In The Air" (1952) therefore the British one was not. Please check your records due to the name duplication. Thank you, from a faithful viewer.PS But it was a nice surprise with the musical with Frankie Lane.

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