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  1. Biography. American director/choreographer Busby Berkeley made his stage debut at five, acting in the company of his performing family. During World War I, Berkeley served as a field artillery lieutenant, where he learned the intricacies of drilling and disciplining large groups of people.
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  3. The true story of Berkeley’s rise and fall in Hollywood, his professional and personal turbulence, is touched on in the one-hour documentary airing on Turner Classic Movies on Monday at 5 p.m.
  4. BERKELEY FILMS WITH THEIR OWN SECTIONS. In each section here at Classic Movie Favorites we like to highlight films that are the best or important for the actress or actor. Below are the films that are featured in this section. The following Busby Berkeley films are featured here on CMF with their own pages: Films: ’s. Whoopee! (
  5. ITEM: This is a vintage and original photograph of Judy Garland and Gene Kelly in MGM's musical, For Me and My Gal, directed by Busby Berkeley. The pair are in a cheek to cheek clinch pose for the film inspired by a true story about vaudeville actors Harry Palmer and Jo Hayden, when Palmer was drafted into World War kelndebconsphincgicesymriejigwhorate.xyzinfo date: May 20,
  6. STEREO VINYL LP! Billy Barnes Sings "Movie Star"! Songs From The Los Angeles Production With Music And Lyrics Composed And Performed by Billy Barnes!
  7. Find Billy Barnes song information on AllMusic. Find Billy Barnes song information on AllMusic AllMusic. New Releases Movie Star (Intro) Billy Barnes. Madcap, the Vamp and the Sweet Young Thing. Billy Barnes. Lucky feat. Busby Berkeley Girl. Billy Barnes. Something Special. Billy Barnes. Spotify; A Great Idea feat. Jo Anne Worley.
  8. For good or for ill, and to my credit or to my embarrassment, this image is from my favorite moment in film history. Director-choreographer Busby Berkeley, in the final act of the gaudiest, kitschiest and cheesiest of the World War II-era Technicolor musicals, 's The Gang's All Here (yes, that one, the one with Carmen Miranda and the giant phallic bananas), completely shatters the /5(2).
  9. Mar 21,  · Warner Bros. lost interest in Berkeley’s expensive musicals by the late s, and he moved to MGM to work on more star-oriented numbers. He was supposed to .

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