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I Won't Play(1944)

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  • did it in one.

    • a.morris
    • 2/28/18

    a nice..sentimental story. way better than Jason mamoa and armie hammer starring in we bombed at the box office.. but give us more chances than others.

  • Janis Paige Sings.

    • JD
    • 7/23/15

    This 1944 short film from Warner Bros. studios stars Dane Clark as a piano playing soldier stationed on an island during WW11. On this island, with no entertainment outside of each other, his friends pressure him to play for them. He simply refuses. Eventually, a longtime friend and singer arrives on the island as a musical entertainment act. This singer, played by Janis Paige, proceeds to sing a few songs while Clark accompanies her on the piano. This interesting and entertaining short movie features some cool songs, and a good story. The cast is good, this is one of Dane Clark's numerous movies and in the lead he does fine. It's also an early film appearance by Janis Paige, who is both a singer and film star and shows off her talent during several songs in this movie.

  • i won"t play

    • george madison
    • 1/22/12

    A classic short film. great tongue-in-cheek story line, music and cast. hope tcm plays it again and lists it on the schedule for a change.

  • For Whom the Bell Tolls

    • JanOlson
    • 2/3/11

    Ingrid Bergman kisses Gary Cooper and he returns the kisses. It is very good. A war movie, horses, mountains, bridges. Based on the novel by Ernest Hemingway

  • I Won't Play (1944)

    • Jay
    • 12/31/08

    Excellent short film, good cast and music, unique and entertaining. Says a lot for it's very short length.

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