The Big Broadcast of 1938
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The Big Broadcast of 1938
Paramount's final "Big Broadcast" musical had perhaps the least exciting musical lineup of the series (Tito Guizar, The Shep Fields Orchestra, and opera singer Kirsten Flagstad are hardly household names today), but a slightly stronger storyline than the others, as well as a top-notch comic cast. This time out, most of the action takes place as sea, as S.B. Bellows (W.C. Fields) shows off his new invention: an ocean liner that can turn radio signals into electricity and part the waves at 100 miles per hour. He challenges another ship to a race while a number of music and comedy… More

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"Fair Fields material, notable mostly for Hope and "Thanks for the Memory""
‑ Ken Hanke, Mountain Xpress (Asheville, NC)
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