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The Glenn Miller Story
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The Glenn Miller Story 1954

description written by member Ben:

A biopic of bandleader Glenn Miller. The first 70 minutes of the picture is given over to Miller's search for a sound in music arrangement that would be his trademark and live after him. Remaining 45 minutes covers the rocketing Miller fame, his enlistment when World War II starts and the service band's playing for overseas troops.

Release Date:January 8th, 1954
Running Time:115 minutes
Directed By:
Anthony MannAnthony Mann
Written By:
No image existsValentine Davies
No image existsOscar Brodney
James StewartJames Stewart
No image existsJune Allyson
No image existsHarry Morgan
No image existsCharles Drake
No image existsGeorge Tobias
No image existsBarton MacLane
No image existsSig Ruman
No image existsIrving Bacon
No image existsJames Bell
No image existsKathleen Lockhart
No image existsKatherine Warren
No image existsFrances Langford
Louis ArmstrongLouis Armstrong
No image existsGene Krupa
No image existsBen Pollack

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The Glenn Miller Story Movie Review by Movie Addict (2/5/2008)

Glenn Miller suffered from the same criticisms that jazz musicians (Hancock, Turrentine, Hubbard) I listened to in the 70's suffered: he is too commercial. Jazz is supposed to allow for improvisation according to the "purists." Miller's heavily orchestrated music left little room for that.

No matter, he dominated the...

(complete The Glenn Miller Story review by Movie Addict)

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