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Our Gang - Who Killed Doc Robbin? (1948)

Monday, October 15, 2012




Storyline

When Dr. Hugo Robbin's laboratory is blown up, his nurse Ann Loring is charged with murdering the doctor. During her trial, a group of children continually disrupts the courtroom, claiming to have important evidence. The children are finally allowed to testify, but as a result of their testimony, their friend Dan, who runs a repair shop, is now charged with the crime instead of the nurse. The children are now determined to prove Dan's innocence, and they go to the abandoned laboratory to look for evidence, leading to a series of hazardous adventures. Written by Snow Leopard   


 Free Public Domain Movies: Our Gang - Who Killed Doc Robbin? (1948): A group of people find themselves trapped in a creepy mansion, complete with secret passageways, a mad doctor and a murderous gorilla.

Pin Up Girl for October

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I'll Be Seeing you - Bing Crosby 1944

Saturday, October 13, 2012

"I'll Be Seeing You" is a popular song, with music by Sammy Fain and lyrics by Irving Kahal. Published in 1938, the song was inserted into the Broadway musical Right This Way, which closed after fifteen performances. In the musical, it was performed by the singer Tamara Drasin, who had a few years earlier introduced Smoke Gets In Your Eyes). The song is a jazz standard, and has been covered by many musicians.
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1944 - Bing Crosby sings and records his own version. He does quite a nice job. This is one of my favorites. This song has been performed by many artists back in the day. Bing Crosby always puts his original style down so well to make it magical.