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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Las Vegas Nights (1941) DVD-R

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Quick Overview

Starring Constance Moore, Bert Wheeler, Phil Regan, Lillian Cornell,

Virginia Dale, Frank Sinatra, Tommy Dorsey

Directed by Ralph Murphy



Print: black/white

Runtime: 90 min.

Genre: musical

Print Quality: B



For his first feature-film appearance in two years, comedian Bert Wheeler

(of Wheeler & Woolsey fame) teamed up with bandleader Phil Regan. The

story gets under way when a quartet of vaudevillians-Bill Stevens

(Regan), Stu Grant (Wheeler) and Norma and Mildred Jennings

(Constance Moore, Lillian Cornell) show up in Vegas with nary a cent

between them. Norma manages to win big at a gambling joint, whereupon

the money is put in Stu's care. Alas, Stu makes a beeline to the gaming

tables, where he manages to lose all. The winsome foursome is saved

from utter ruin by a real estate operator who happens to be the father of

one of the protagonists. Even Bert Wheeler admitted that Las Vegas

Nights was a bomb, noting on "a picture like that can come back and

haunt you." Still, it holds some historical value as the film that introduced

Frank Sinatra, here appearing as the uncredited vocalist for the Tommy

Dorsey Orchestra.

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Starring Constance Moore, Bert Wheeler, Phil Regan, Lillian Cornell,
Virginia Dale, Frank Sinatra, Tommy Dorsey
Directed by Ralph Murphy

Print: black/white
Runtime: 90 min.
Genre: musical
Print Quality: B

For his first feature-film appearance in two years, comedian Bert Wheeler
(of Wheeler & Woolsey fame) teamed up with bandleader Phil Regan. The
story gets under way when a quartet of vaudevillians-Bill Stevens
(Regan), Stu Grant (Wheeler) and Norma and Mildred Jennings
(Constance Moore, Lillian Cornell) show up in Vegas with nary a cent
between them. Norma manages to win big at a gambling joint, whereupon
the money is put in Stu's care. Alas, Stu makes a beeline to the gaming
tables, where he manages to lose all. The winsome foursome is saved
from utter ruin by a real estate operator who happens to be the father of
one of the protagonists. Even Bert Wheeler admitted that Las Vegas
Nights was a bomb, noting on "a picture like that can come back and
haunt you." Still, it holds some historical value as the film that introduced
Frank Sinatra, here appearing as the uncredited vocalist for the Tommy
Dorsey Orchestra.

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