This blog post is part of a series profiling Academy Award-winning original songs. This fall, the Festival is producing a one-night extravaganza concert featuring all the original songs that have won an Oscar. Read more about the concert.
Warner Brothers was a cheap studio in the Forties and Fifties. Ruled back then by Jack Warner, it wasn’t above producing inexpensive copies of others’ successes, particularly when it came to MGM’s lavish musicals. On Moonlight Bay and By the Light... Continue Reading >>