The Yanks Are Coming (1942 Film)
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The Yanks Are Coming 1942 Film
The Yanks Are Coming
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Directed byAlexis Thurn-Taxis
Produced byLester Cutler
Written byTony Stern (story) and
Lew Pollack (story) and
Edward E. Kaye (story)
Arthur St. Claire (screenplay) and
Sherman L. Lowe (screenplay)
Edith Watkins (additional dialogue)
StarringSee below
Narrated byAnson Bond
CinematographyMarcel Le Picard
Edited byFrederick Bain
Distributed byProducers Releasing Corporation
Release date
9 November 1942
Running time
65 minutes
CountryUnited States
LanguageEnglish

The Yanks Are Coming is a 1942 American patriotic musical film from Poverty Row studio Producers Releasing Corporation directed by Alexis Thurn-Taxis.[1]

Premise

During World War II singer Bob Reynolds leaves his band to enlist in the US Army. His band soon follows him where the Army uses the group to put on a show for the troops.

Cast

Soundtrack

  • Charles Purcell - "Zip Your Lip" (Written by Lew Pollack and Tony Stern)
  • Henry King Orchestra "The Yanks Are Coming" (Written by Herman Ruby and Sidney Clare)
  • "There Will Be No Blackout of Democracy" (Written by Herman Ruby and Sidney Clare)
  • William Marshall and Lynn Starr - "Don't Fool Around With My Heart" (Written by Kay Crothers and Dr. Arthur Garland)
  • William Marshall and Mary Healy - "I Must Have Priorities On Your Love" (Written by Lew Pollack and Tony Stern)

References

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