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Thursday, August 29, 2019

Fred MacMurray sings "I'm in the Market for You"


Before he was a Hollywood actor, Fred MacMurray was a saxophonist and a singer who entertains us here with the timely tune from 1930:  "I'm in the Market for You"...


3 comments:

Caftan Woman said...

What fun! Thanks.

The first time I heard Fred sing was in a long-ago viewing of The Princess Comes Across. I think the song was about a concertina. His pal in the movie was played by William Frawley. They could not have imagined a classic sitcom in their future!

Jacqueline T. Lynch said...

Wow, I never saw that one. I'm surprised the studios didn't tag him for more musicals. We know that lots of Hollywood actors came from the theatre, and some from radio, but I wonder how many there were that came from big bands? Bing, of course, and Rosemary Clooney, just off the top of my head.

Silver Screenings said...

If I didn't know this was Fred MacMurray, I never woulda guessed it.

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