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Swing It, Professor (1937)

Swing It, Professor

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Swing It, Professor stars Pinky Tomlin, the bespectacled crooner who parlayed the song "The Object of My Affections" into a sizeable career. Tomlin plays a professor of music who is dead-set against the jazz and big-band craze of the late 1930s. After several career reverses, Pinky comes to terms with the "new sound" thanks to nightclub singer Paula Stone, to whom he sings the deathless "I'm Sorta Kinda Glad I Met You." Featured in the cast are former "Our Gang" star Mary Kornman and a Three Stooges spin-off group, the Gentle Maniacs. Swing It, Professor was the last film directed by Marshall Neilan, a once-prominent silent filmmaker.more
Rating: Unrated
Genre: Musical & Performing Arts, Comedy
Directed By: ,
Written By: Robert St. Clair, Nicholas Barrows, Connie Lee
Runtime:
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Pinky Tomlin
as Professor Artemis J....
Paula Stone
as Teddy Ross
Milburn Stone
as Lou Morgan
Mary Kornman
as Joan Dennis
Pat Gleason
as Brickhead
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