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Diane Cox
12-12-2017
07:01 PM ET (US)
It was a Miss Fisher episode, from Australia - actually set in the 20s. But I don't think any of the tenors was from the right time period - unless the last one was Caruso. It was a clear recording, so I wasn't sure if it was him. Mario seemed to be the first, then a robust tenor and the third, possible Caruso. I'm not that good at recognizing voices except the Lanza tones. The plot was about two Italian families, and the tenors were just in the background, so you had to listen carefully.
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Fred Day
12-12-2017
06:46 PM ET (US)
Diane: What was the title of that Christmas movie?? Curious. Ciao.
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Diane Cox
12-12-2017
12:00 PM ET (US)
Also heard Mario Lanza singing in a Christmas movie last night. They actually played 3 arias in the background, but only one was Mario Lanza. Not sure who the other three tenors were, but Mario's voice is always easy for me to identify.
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Doug
12-12-2017
10:48 AM ET (US)
Had to go to Home Depot last night to pick up a couple of things. As I walked in, guess who was singing "O Christmas Tree" over the sound system?
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Diane Cox
12-10-2017
06:25 PM ET (US)
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Doug
12-10-2017
05:00 PM ET (US)
The Trovatore scene gets a much better representation in SERENADE.
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Kristine
12-10-2017
03:51 PM ET (US)
David, thanks for the correction. "Miserere" was also sung by Allan Jones and Kitty Carlisle in "A Night At The Opera" and by Mario Lanza in the scene, when he and James Whitmore are in the Army Guardhouse,in "Because You're Mine". I don't know if "Something In The Wind"(Deanna Durbin) is out on DVD's. That movie and "Up In Central Park"(Deanna Durbin and Dick Haymes)would be her final two movies. "Something In The Wind", also starred John Dall and Donald O'Connor. I remember, now, Cary Grant was in a guest appearance, when he suffered the stroke. Johnny Carson tried to have him appear on the "Tonight Show", but it never happened. I heard that talk show hosts like Joe Franklin and I think, Merv Griffin, tried to have Deanna Durbin as a guest. I wish she had written an autobiography. William Powell's final movie would be "Mr. Roberts", then he retired to Palm Springs area.
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Doug
12-10-2017
02:13 PM ET (US)
I have never seen the movie. BTW, Cary Grant made many personal appearances after leaving films. In fact he was in a Davenport, Iowa theatre preparing to do his one-man show, "Conversation with Cary Grant" when he suffered a massive stroke and passed away.
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David Weaver
12-10-2017
01:36 PM ET (US)
She means the "Miserere" scene from Verdi's IL TROVATORE.
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Doug
12-10-2017
01:06 PM ET (US)
 "Duet from prison scene in "Tosca"??? You'll need to clarify that one, Kristine.
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