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This is strictly a promotional musical piece for MGM's cluster of stars under contract to the studio during the studio contract system in the '40s.It begins off with Judy Garland singing, "We Gotta Have Music," from one of her many musicals at MGM, then goes on to present very brief clips from related movies produced by the studio.Contrary to other comment at this site, there is no mention whatsoever of Deanna Durbin (who was under contract to Universal at this time). There is an opera singer by the name of Rise Stevens who did "The Chocolate Soldier" with Nelson Eddy, but nowhere can you spot Deanna.The impressive MGM lineup of stars goes on to present close-ups of all the studio's favorites, except for Lassie. Film fanatics can feast their eyes on Lana Turner, Robert Taylor, Greta Garbo, Ruth Hussey, Laraine Day, Hedy Lamarr, Kathryn Grayson, Spencer Tracy, Clark Gable and lots of others.Strictly for fanatics of MGM musicals, it does give brief credit to all the composers at the studio and the movies they worked on.There's an interesting segment showing how rehearsals were done under Busby Berkeley for one of the Garland/Rooney production numbers named "Hoe-Down."
This short was made at a weird time in MGM and U.S. history - 1942. That was the first full year of WWII and also a year in which many old familiar faces were tossed out of MGM. The short shows a tons of musical excerpts, some with still familiar faces Mickey Rooney and Judy Garland in rehearsals for a number in Babes on Broadway with Busby Berkeley directing, and a musical excerpt from The Chocolate Soldier in which it is obvious MGM is trying to create a movie star of opera singer Rise Stevens by building her up, which, in retrospect, did not work out.The short then talks about all of the movies in production as page after page is shown with the film's name, the stars, and who is in charge of the musical score, thus showing off MGM's composition talent, and MGM had plenty in 1942.Next the narrator tells no another studio has so much talent in one zone at one time and all of the large MGM stars of the day are shown. The trouble is, studio head L.B. Mayer is about to toss a bunch of these stars - Lew Ayres, Joan Crawford, Norma Shearer, and Greta Garbo, for example. Clark Gable is shown, but with the death of Carole Lombard, he went to go war the fight to forget even though he was past 40, and maybe that had already happened by the time this short was made. James Stewart is done with MGM, although his wartime service is what severed his service there. Robert Montgomery will not create other movie for MGM until 1945, with his career also interrupted by WWII service. Unfortunately, by that time, Montgomery will have developed a situation of scene fright and wind up directing more than acting in his next movie for MGM - "They Were Expendable". His post-war acting career will not be what it was pre-war, but he does branch out into directing.The finale is a rousing patriotic song, and doesn't give a tip that MGM's finest days are now behind it for all kinds of reasons - L.B. Mayer cleaning house of his most talented stars, the fight interrupting careers and contracts, and probably even the lingering results of the death of Irving Thalberg six years before. Still it is entertaining as a fond farewell to pre-war America and MGM's past glories.One final head scratcher, the short clearly mentions Wallace Beery as upcoming star of "Doan of the USA", which was apparently never made. I wonder what happened? Was the project canceled or was it renamed? At any rate, I found it entertaining and nostalgic. Enjoy.
We Gotta Have Melody (1942)** 1/2 (out of 4) Fanatics of MGM Musicals will certainly wish to check this one out. It begins off with Judy Garland singing the game track, which is now a slash stage from ZIEGFELD GIRL. We are then shown an old-time theater where silent pictures were shown with a boy at a piano doing the score. After this we cute much receive MGM saying themselves how nice they are by showing clips from THE Broadway MELODY, THE GREAT ZIEGFELD, BORN TO DANCE, BABES IN ARMS and many more of their hit Musicals. You cute much have the concept of what this 9-minute short does. As I said, if you're a fanatic of MGM and their greatest category then you're going to play seeing the clips but those who are unfamiliar with the current movies would probably be greatest adviced to seek out the full movies. It was great getting to see the Garland footage even though it has been shown in films since this one.
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