George White's Scandals (1945 film)
George White's Scandals is a 1945 American film starring Joan Davis, Jack Haley, Phillip Terry, and Glenn Tryon. It features Haley's Wizard of Oz co-star Margaret Hamilton. This film included music by Edwin Finckel.
|George White's Scandals|
|Directed by||Felix E. Feist|
|Produced by||George White|
|Written by||Hugh Wedlock Jr.|
|Screenplay by||Hugh Wedlock Jr.|
Howard J. Green
|Music by||Constantin Bakaleinikoff|
|Cinematography||Robert De Grasse|
|Edited by||Joseph Noriega|
|Distributed by||RKO Pictures|
This Broadway revue is about two love affairs. The romance between the comedian Joan Mason and Jack Evans of Boston is easily disturbed by Jack's cynical sister, Clarabelle Evans, who is against their relationship. The romance between the wealthy British Jill Martin and Tom McGrath, the assistant to Broadway impresario George White, is a love-hate relationship. Gene Krupa and his band, together with the virtuoso organist Ethel Smith, keep both couples dancing a lot.
- Holden, Steven (10 May 2001). "Edwin Finckel, 83, Composer, Jazz Pianist and Music Educator". New York Times. Retrieved 1 January 2011.