The Five Pennies - story of Jazz musician Red Nichols

"Dixieland jazz cornetist Red Nichols finds time to raise a family but tragedy strikes when his daughter contracts polio. Nichols puts down his horn to earn steady money as a shipyard worker to pay the heavy expenses." Starring Danny Kaye and Barbara Bel Geddes.

Part of the Edmonton Film Society's Spring 2013 series:
http://www.royalalbertamuseum.ca/events/event.cfm?id=211

 

CASH ONLY. Tickets are $6 for Adults and $5 for Seniors/Students.

 

Please note: the Stony Plain Road bridge over Groat Road is closed until July 2013. For information on bus route detours and road closure information, go to the City of Edmonton's website: http://www.edmonton.ca/transportation/road_projects/stonyplainroad-over-groat-road-bridge-rehabilitation.aspx.

 

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  • Jennifer and A.

    A little dates, but still entertaining. The facts were a little scrambled. Nichols made his return to music post-WWII. Glenn Miller died in 1945, but in the movie he was alive and well and still playing. Barbara Geddes was an odd choice for Willa. The real Willa was a lot prettier. Tuesday Weld played the teenage daughter. She went on to do a bunch of other non-memorable films.

    May 28, 2013

  • Jennifer and A.

    I remember seeing this years ago as a kid. One of the child actors in this movie was a colleague of mine at U of A and, after retiring, still lives in Edmonton.

    May 12, 2013

    • Victoria B.

      How great Andy. Walking down memory lane tonight.

      May 27, 2013

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