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  1. Ella Raines had beautiful eyes. I would call them steel blue, almost grey. Much like later actress Meg Foster. Here is a 1949 article about her. It's still Lavender's turn.
  2. Thanks, I bet just about everyone knows this next one: No matter what I do I'll not forget you, Sometimes I wish that I had never met you
  3. IMDB says that Eydie and Kubrick were high school classmates. She was also a first cousin of Neil Sedaka. Princess is still up next.
  4. That was kind of an easy one for you, Princess. Steve appeared on Broadway in "What Makes Sammy Run?". Eydie's big hit record was "Blame It On The Bossa Nova". Eydie passed away in 2013, but Steve is still with us. Very good Princess. Now you're up next.
  5. The song and the movie are both called "Going My Way". The song was written by Johnny Burke and Jimmy Van Heusen for the 1944 movie. Bing Crosby sang it and won a Best Actor Oscar. Here is a recording by Bing:
  6. Thanks, Lavender. Joanne Dru was also the sister of "Hollywood Squares" host Peter Marshall. Now, most everyone here should be familiar with this next couple. She was a bit older than he. She started her singing career with bands, but before long she was appearing often on Steve Allen's shows. He was also a young singer who met her on Steve Allen's show and their chemistry was such that they were assigned to sing duets. They eventually married and had long careers as singers, both solo and together. They often toured together and were a staple of Las Vegas, as well as TV variety s
  7. That's correct, Starlit. James Stewart and a dubbed Eleanor Powell (that's Ellie as The Princess Of Tap calls her) sang the song in a park. Check out this clip: Nice work, Star. You're up next.
  8. Thanks, Starlit. Does anyone know this one? So worth the yearning for, So swell to keep any home fires burning for
  9. I believe the actress is Joanne Dru. She was once married to singer/actor Dick Haymes. He appeared in several musicals including "Four Jills In A Jeep" and "The Shocking Miss Pilgrim". She was also married at one time to actor John Ireland. He was Oscar nominated for "All The King's Men". He was also in a couple of movies with Joanne, including "Red River" and "Vengeance Valley". Besides those two westerns, she is also remembered for "She Wore A Yellow Ribbon" with John Wayne.
  10. Starliteyes, if you had asked me if I knew the name of the song, I would have to answer "Oh, But I Do". This very pretty song was written by Leo Robin and Arthur Schwartz for the 1946 Warner Bros. film "The Time, The Place, And The Girl". It was sung in the film by Dennis Morgan. I couldn't find a recording by Dennis, but I did find this recording by another Warner's star, Doris Day.
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