Swing High, Swing Low
Swing High, Swing Low (1937)

Swing High Swing Low is a new coat of paint on the old stage play Burlesque, first filmed in 1929 as The Dance of Life. Ex-serviceman Skid Johnson (Fred MacMurray) rises to the uppermost rungs of show business as a bandleader. As his fame… More

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Rated: PG
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Release Date: March 12, 1937
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Fernando F. Croce

Beautifully affecting

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Dennis Schwartz
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Any film that has Franklin Pangborn, no matter how little screen time, should have been able to swing more high than low.

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Kevin M. Williams
Boy meets girl, boy loses girl, boy gets girl again, roll credits. The charisma of the stars carry the well known story then, and they don't do too badly… More
jay nixon
The story has cobwebs on it but Carole and Fred make it far better than it should be. Jean Dixon adds a nice bit of snap in support as well.