Yours For a Song - The Women of Tin Pan Alley
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Yours For a Song - The Women of Tin Pan Alley
1920 to 1949 is known as the "Golden Age of Songwriting," but not for the unknown female songwriters who composed some of the era's most memorable songs. Through archival footage, film and performance clips, old photographs, and interviews, this documentary tells the story of four of these women -- Dorothy Fields, Kay Swift, Dana Suesse, and Ann Ronell -- who were the creative geniuses behind "A Fine Romance," "I'm in the Mood for Love," "Willow Weep for Me," "Who's Afraid of the Big Bad Wolf?," "Fine and Dandy,"… More