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The sophisticated Cole Porter score is brought to life when Crosby and Sinatra perform their only on-screen duet 'Well, Did You Evah?' while the unmistakable voices of Crosby and Louis Armstrong combine memorably in 'Now You Has Jazz'. Sinatra and Celese Holm ask 'Who Wants To Be A Millionaire?' and Kelly, in her last film role before she became Princess Grace of Monaco, sings with Crosby on the film's hit ballad 'True Love'.
Trailer - 1. Original Theatrical Trailer/ 2. Radio Ads/Featurette - 1. Cole Porter In Hollywood: True Love/Short Feature - 1. MILLIONAIRE DROOPY (1956/Additional Footage - 1. Gala Premiere for HIGH SOCIETY/Interactive Menus/Scene Access
Running Time: 103 minutes
Production Year: 1956
Main Language: English
Like so many musicals, a pointless script is held together by fine songs. 'What a Swell Party', 'Who Wants to be a Millionaire?', 'Now you has Jazz' are legendary, that's why the film is remembered. Buy the CD.