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I had this mystery on IMDb when it had its boards, I have it on IMDb v2.0's boards now, I have it on Rotten Tomatoes' boards, on IMDf's boards, I've contacted people who worked on the film, librarians, music historians, singers... All that is to say we're no closer to an answer than when I first posted this mystery nearly a year ago. The question is simple: who sang the three Cole Porter songs in the movie Sleuth (1972) The answer is far from simple, sending me down a rabbit hole of false leads and red herrings. I started with the post a year ago on IMDb, after finding out that the mystery had been going around the Internet for at least ten years: We came to the conclusion, verified by several music experts, that it was not in fact a '30s singer who sang the songs, but rather someone hired specially for the movie to imitate the '30s style. That was when the IMDb boards shut down, and this mystery kind of got fragmented among several different websites. I've been up and down looking for this silly thing. My latest attempt was reaching out to singer and music historian Michael Feinstein, who posted the mystery to his Facebook page and received no conclusive answer. Before that, I e-mailed Graham V. Hartstone, one of the few Sleuth crew members still with us, and he also had no idea. Can anyone help? Does anyone know a way to find this answer at long last? As said, it has been floating around the Internet for at least ten years, yet we still don't know. Relevant Links: http://www.soundtrackcollector.com/forum/displayquestion.php?topicid=7598 http://imdb2.freeforums.net/post/810/thread https://m.facebook.com/story.php?story_fbid=1715334931829080&id=304543142908273&__tn__=%2AW-R Many thanks!
Overall, "Fire Over England" is a pretty mediocre historical period drama about the English defeating the Spanish Armada during the Queen Elizabeth era. The last 30 minutes of the film truly saved it from being not worth watching at all. There is a hilarious scene in the movie (which I discuss in my video review) that I will also be posting in my YouTube channel. Enjoy the review and be sure to subscribe to my YouTube channel or give the video a like if you enjoyed it!