South Of Dixie

  • 1944
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Musical

Film is basically an excuse to perform a few fair tunes. Bruce is a famous writer of Southern ballads who actually hails from the North. When his partner promotes him as the subject for a biography, Bruce heads South to create a phony family background. Gwynne escorts him and tutors him on his accent. During the trip, the two fall in love, but their romance...read more

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Film is basically an excuse to perform a few fair tunes. Bruce is a famous writer of Southern ballads who actually hails from the North. When his partner promotes him as the subject for a biography, Bruce heads South to create a phony family background. Gwynne escorts him and tutors him

on his accent. During the trip, the two fall in love, but their romance is temporarily interrupted when southern belle Morse, a colonel's daughter, takes a liking to Bruce. Songs include: "Shoo Shoo Baby" (Phil Moore; sung by Ellamae Morse), "I'm A-Headin' South," "Never Again," (sung by Morse)

"Loo-Loo-Louisiana," "Cross My Heart" (Everett Carter, Milton Rosen), "When It's Darkness on the Delta" (Marty Symes, A.J. Neiberg, Jerry Livingston), and "Weep No More My Lady" (Joan Whitney, Alex Cramer).

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  • Review: Film is basically an excuse to perform a few fair tunes. Bruce is a famous writer of Southern ballads who actually hails from the North. When his partner promotes him as the subject for a biography, Bruce heads South to create a phony family background. Gw… (more)

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