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    Tonight and Every Night

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    Tonight and Every Night (1945)

    Run time1h32m
    Directed byVictor Saville
    Written byLesser Samuels, Abem Finkel
    CompanyColumbia PicturesColumbia PicturesColumbia Pictures
    One review6.0


    This morale-boosting wartime musical is set in a London music hall modeled on the Windmill Theater, which never missed a show during the Blitz. In effect, the film is an almost uninterrupted stream of Cole numbers. In the opening, "What Does an English Girl Think of a Yank?," Cole partners star Rita Hayworth in a boogie-woogie. Marc Platt's talents are showcased in "The Radio Dance," which requires him to channel Adolf Hitler between dance steps. "Cry and You Cry Alone" becomes an artful, masked ballet. And in the title number, Cole approaches the digital transformations of music video, with its clever "The Eyes and Ears of the World" montage sprung to life.



    Rita Hayworth
    Lee Bowman
    Shelley Winters
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