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First, in "Make a Wish," Bobby Breen stars as a youth attending summer camp in Maine who befriends creatively blocked composer Basil Rathbone. Along the way, he tries to hook his widowed singer mother up with the musician. Lively family musical co-stars Marion Claire, Leon Errol; songs include "Music in My Heart," "Old Man Rip." Then, ... more
Way Down South(1939)
A young orphan (Bobby Breen) in antebellum Louisiana tries to regain his family's plantation from treacherous trustees in this song-laced drama that was scripted by co-star Clarence Muse, who plays a loyal slave, and poet Langston Hughes. With Charles Middleton, Ralph Morgan. 60 min. Standard; Soundtrack: English.
First, in "Fisherman's Wharf," Bobby Breen stars as a boy adopted by a San Francisco-based seaman who decides to leave home when his pop's sister-in-law moves in with her annoying son. With Leo Carrillo, Henry Armetta; songs include "Blue Italian Waters" and "Sell Your Cares for a Song." Then, in "Rainbow on the River," Breen and May ... more
A boy (Bobby Breen) adopted by a San Francisco fisherman decides to leave his home when the fisherman's sister-in-law moves in with her annoying son. Efforts are on to find Breen...but first, some musical numbers, including "Blue Italian Waters" and "Sell Your Cares for a Song." Leo Carrillo, Lee Patrick and Slicker the Seal also star. ... more