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The Glenn Miller Story

The Glenn Miller Story

Their Love Made Such Wonderful Music!Jan. 08, 1954USA115 Min.Approved
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Synopsis

The unemployed trombone participant Glenn Miller is usually broken, chasing his sound to form his band and hocking his instrument within the pawn residence to survive. When his pal Chummy MacGregor is employed to play in the band of Ben Pollack, the band-chief listens to one Glenn’s composition and invitations him to enroll in his band. While travelling to New York, Glenn visits his former female friend Helen Berger, in Boulder, Colorado, and asks her to wait for him. Two years later he quits the band and proposes Helen that moves to New York to marry him. After the fulfillment of “Moonlight Serenade”, Glenn Miller’s band turns into worldwide recognized and Glenn and Helen and their two kids have a totally comfortable existence. Duting the World War II, Glenn enlists inside the navy and travels to Europe to growth the moral of the allied troops. In the Christmas of 1944, he travels from London to Paris for a live performance to be broadcast; however his aircraft is in no way located within the tragic flight. tt0047030

The Glenn Miller Story
Original title The Glenn Miller Story
IMDb Rating 7.3 7,654 votes
TMDb Rating 7 75 votes

Director

Anthony Mann
Director

Cast

James Stewart isGlenn Miller
Glenn Miller
June Allyson isHelen Burger Miller
Helen Burger Miller
Harry Morgan isChummy MacGregor
Chummy MacGregor
Charles Drake isDon Haynes
Don Haynes
George Tobias isSi Schribman
Si Schribman
Barton MacLane isGeneral Arnold
General Arnold
Sig Ruman isW. Kranz
W. Kranz
Irving Bacon isMr. Miller
Mr. Miller
Kevin Corcoran isSteve Miller
Steve Miller

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