Song Of The Sarong

  • 1945
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Musical

It's part comedy, part adventure, part musical, but all the parts don't add up to much. Gargan is a happy-go-lucky fellow, always looking for a quick buck. He takes an assignment of trekking to a distant island to snatch some pearls for $1,000,000. Problem is, they are under heavy guard by ruthless savages. The natives are ruled by Kelly, who shimmies through...read more

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It's part comedy, part adventure, part musical, but all the parts don't add up to much. Gargan is a happy-go-lucky fellow, always looking for a quick buck. He takes an assignment of trekking to a distant island to snatch some pearls for $1,000,000. Problem is, they are under heavy guard

by ruthless savages. The natives are ruled by Kelly, who shimmies through some dances, including one to save Gargan from burning at the stake. Songs include: "Pied Pipers from Swingtown" (Jack Brooks, sung by Eddie Quillan, Fuzzy Knight), "Ridin, on the Crest of a Cloud" (Brooks), "Lovely Luana"

(Don Raye, Gene DePaul, sung by Nancy Kelly, The Native Girls), "Island of the Moon" (Raye, DePaul), and "Camptown Races" (Stephen Foster, sung by Kelly, William Gargan).

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  • Review: It's part comedy, part adventure, part musical, but all the parts don't add up to much. Gargan is a happy-go-lucky fellow, always looking for a quick buck. He takes an assignment of trekking to a distant island to snatch some pearls for $1,000,000. Problem… (more)

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