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List of Oscar Levant Movies: Ranked Best To Worst

1. The Band Wagon (1953)
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The Band Wagon
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The Band Wagon is a romantic comedy musical film which tells the story of Tony Hunter, a musical movie star who fears that his career may be dying. Things change when two of his friends come up with a Broadway project in order to revive his career. But things get complicated when the egotistical director decides to hire a ballerina named Gaby Gerard as the leading lady.   

Role:
Lester Marton
Starring:
Directed By:
2. Humoresque (1946)
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Humoresque
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Role:
Sid Jeffers
Starring:
Joan Crawford, John Garfield, J. Carrol Naish, Joan Chandler
Directed By:
Jean Negulesco
3. The Dance of Life (1929)
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The Dance of Life
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Starring:
John Al St., Hal Skelly, Dorothy Revier, Nancy Carroll
Directed By:
John Cromwell, A. Edward Sutherland
5. An American in Paris (1951)
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An American in Paris
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Considered as one of the best musicals by the American Film Institute, An American in Paris is an Oscar-winning film, which tells the story of Jerry Mulligan, a struggling American artist living in Paris, who meets an influential heiress who is attracted to him. However, he is attracted to another young French girl, and now he must make a choice.  

Role:
Adam Cook
Starring:
Gene Kelly, Leslie Caron, Nina Foch, Georges Gu├ętary
Directed By:
6. Rhapsody in Blue (1945)
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Rhapsody in Blue
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Based on the life of famous Broadway composer, George Gershwin, Rhapsody in Blue showcases the life and times and struggles of Gershwin as he frenetically chases success and fame while sabotaging his romantic relationships. This biographical musical also involves elements of drama and romance as the turbulent professional life of Gershwin clashes with his romance with singer, Julie Adams, and socialite. Christine Gilbert.

Starring:
Al Jolson, Alexis Smith, Robert Alda, Charles Coburn, Joan Leslie
Directed By:
Irving Rapper
7. Rhythm on the River (1940)
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Rhythm on the River
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Bob Sommers writes tunes for the well-known composer Oliver Courtney, while Cherry Lane ghost-writes lyrics for him. But Bob and Cherry are unaware about each other. When they meet and realize the facts, they grow close and decide to compose their own songs, but music industry assumes they are copying Courtney. Perceiving the situation, Courtney declares that he has not created those songs.   

Role:
Billy Starbuck
Starring:
Bing Crosby, William Frawley, Mary Martin, Basil Rathbone, Oscar Shaw
Directed By:
Victor Schertzinger
8. The Barkleys of Broadway (1949)
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The Barkleys of Broadway
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Role:
Ezra Millar
Starring:
Ginger Rogers, Fred Astaire, Billie Burke, Gale Robbins
Directed By:
Charles Walters
9. Romance on the High Seas (1948)
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Romance on the High Seas
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Role:
Oscar Farrar
Starring:
Doris Day, Janis Paige, Jack Carson, Don DeFore
Directed By:
10. Kiss the Boys Goodbye (1941)
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Kiss the Boys Goodbye
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Role:
Dick Rayburn aka Oscar
Starring:
Don Ameche, Mary Martin, Barbara Jo Allen, Virginia Dale
Directed By:
Victor Schertzinger
11. The I Don't Care Girl (1953)
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The I Don't Care Girl
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The I Don’t Care Girl is a musical biopic which revolves around the life Eva Tanguay, a vaudeville performer in the early 1900s.   

Role:
Charles Bennett
Starring:
Mitzi Gaynor, David Wayne, Craig Hill, Bob Graham
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
12. The Cobweb (1955)
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The Cobweb
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Starring:
Charles Boyer, Lauren Bacall, Lillian Gish, Richard Widmark, John Kerr
Directed By:
13. You Were Meant for Me (1948)
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You Were Meant for Me
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Chuck is a bandleader who falls for Peggy, a girl in his hometown. They soon get married and depart on a tour. However, their lives turn upside down due to the Stock Market Crash of 1929, and the two are forced to return home penniless and defeated. Chuck still decides not to give up.

Role:
Oscar Hoffman
Starring:
Jeanne Crain, Marilyn Monroe, Dan Dailey, Barbara Lawrence, Jeanne Crain
Directed By:
Lloyd Bacon
14. Night Parade (1929)
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Night Parade
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Night Parade is a drama film which tells the story of Bobby Martin, a young middleweight champion boxer, who is quite honest and upright. Things take a turn when he gets entangled in a scheme of a dishonest woman.

Starring:
Lloyd Ingraham, Dorothy Gulliver, Aileen Pringle, Hugh Trevor
Directed By:
Malcolm St. Clair

TV Shows and Videos

The Jack Benny Program (1950)
The Jack Benny Program
Starring:
James Stewart, Sean Connery, Humphrey Bogart, Kirk Douglas, Liberace, Bob Hope, Angie Dickinson
Directed By:
Frederick De Cordova, Ralph Levy, Norman Abbott, Seymour Berns, Don Weis