Sun Valley Serenade

Synopsis: A publicity stunt for the Dartmouth Troubadours band gets complicated when the Norwegian refugee their pianist Ted Scott has announced he will be taking in turns out to be fully grown Karen Benson. When his girlfriend realises that Karen and Ted are spending an awful lot of time together on the ski slopes at the band's venue, things start to turn very frosty.
Genre: Comedy, Music, Romance
Production: 20th Century Fox Film Corporation
 
IMDB:
7.3
PASSED
Year:
1941
86 min
37 Views


As long as we have her,

we don't have to worry about a name.

(both) Thank you, Mr Murray.

Mr Murray, thank you.

You couldn't have made a better decision.

It's men like you that make this country

what it is. When do we open?

Christmas Eve. But have your band

at Sun Valley a week before.

Christmas Eve - that's five weeks from today.

Mr Murray, if this deal wasn't all set

and you weren't entirely satisfied...

In a strictly professional way,

how about a $500 advance?

You're a little short, huh?

No, money's the last thing I think of -

before I go to bed.

We've been doing pretty good lately.

We're well heeled. We...

Tell you what. Carmen Miranda's

closing at the Lido Terrace.

I'll book you in there until it's time to leave

for Sun Valley - if Miss Dawn is agreeable.

She's agreeable.

The Persian Room at four?

Isn't that a little early?

We'd be the only ones there.

Isn't that a little early?

We'd be the only ones there.

What's wrong with that?

Nothing.

- Bye.

- Bye.

Gee, thanks, Mr Murray.

You'll never regret it.

Oh, boy, are we sitting pretty!

Have we got the world by the tail!

Honey, get yourself a Hershey bar.

With almonds.

We made it. We're all set.

We open next week at the Lido Terrace.

Cigarettes on me. Did I ever let you down?

Nifty Allen never lets you down.

Is there a Ted Scott around here?

- Why, yes. Who's calling?

- Uncle Sam.

Lido Terrace, Sun Valley

and, who knows, right to the top.

- Mr Allen, will you come here a minute?

- Yeah, honey.

There's a man here to see Ted Scott.

Uncle Sam.

Glad to see you. Any relative of Teddy's

is a friend of mine. Come in.

- I've had a hard job locating you fellas.

- Good timing. We just closed a big deal.

- I'm glad to hear you're working.

- You? Me too.

- I'm glad to hear you're working.

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