Let's Sing Again

  • 1936
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Musical

Eight-year-old boy soprano Breen runs away from an orphanage and joins a traveling show. He's "adopted" by washed-up opera singer Armetta, who helps develop the young boy's singing voice. When he becomes ill, Armetta takes Breen to New York and during an opera performance Breen is reunited with his real father. This was Breen's screen debut and the first...read more

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Eight-year-old boy soprano Breen runs away from an orphanage and joins a traveling show. He's "adopted" by washed-up opera singer Armetta, who helps develop the young boy's singing voice. When he becomes ill, Armetta takes Breen to New York and during an opera performance Breen is reunited

with his real father. This was Breen's screen debut and the first of a series of Breen musicals produced by Sol Lesser's Principal Productions. The young singer got his start in show business on the Eddie Cantor radio show. Songs include "Let's Sing Again" (Jimmy McHugh, Gus Kahn), "Lullaby" (Hugo

Riesenfeld, Selma Hautzik), "Farmer in the Dell" (Samuel Pokrass, Charles O. Locke, Richard E. Tyler), "La Donna e Mobile" from Giuseppe Verdi's opera "Rigoletto."

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  • Review: Eight-year-old boy soprano Breen runs away from an orphanage and joins a traveling show. He's "adopted" by washed-up opera singer Armetta, who helps develop the young boy's singing voice. When he becomes ill, Armetta takes Breen to New York and during an o… (more)

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