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If you couldn't sing or dance, there was little reason for you to be in Hollywood from the 1930s through the 1950s. Back then, there was more raw talent on the sets than the movie moguls could shake a gleaming black walking stick at. These 10 musicals highlight some great movies that don't always get the credit they deserve. James Cagney hoofs it as a singing band leader in 1936's Something to Sing About. In 1954's New Faces, Mel Brooks writes a few of the skits in between showstoppers by the likes of Eartha Kitt. The Three Stooges pack a ton of jivin' talent into Swing Parade of 1946. Other films include: Breakfast in Hollywood (1946); The Fabulous Dorsey's (1947); Let's Sing Again (1936); Rhythm Parade (1942); Trocadero (1944); Vagabond Lovers (1929) and Youth on Parade (1942). (13 hours 9 minutes)

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