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    Baby The Rain Must Fall (1965) -- (Movie Clip) Dancing Nitely

    As honky-tonk singer Henry Thomas, Steve McQueen with his not-terrific lip-synch to a vocal by Billy Strange, then with boyhood buddy and sheriff Slim (Don Murray), in Baby The Rain Must Fall, 1965, from Horton Foote's play and screenplay, Glen Campbell his electric guitar player!

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