Where Do We Go from Here?

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Where Do We Go from Here (1945) Technicolor is a romantic musical comedy-fantasy film produced by Twentieth Century-Fox, and starring Fred MacMurray, Joan Leslie, June Haver, Gene Sheldon, Anthony Quinn and Fortunio Bonanova. Joan Leslie's singing... read more

Where Do We Go from Here (1945) Technicolor is a romantic musical comedy-fantasy film produced by Twentieth Century-Fox, and starring Fred MacMurray, Joan Leslie, June Haver, Gene Sheldon, Anthony Quinn and Fortunio Bonanova. Joan Leslie's singing voice was dubbed by Sally Sweetland. The score was composed by Kurt Weill with lyrics by Ira Gershwin. Gregory Ratoff directed and Morrie Ryskind wrote the screenplay from a story by Sig Herzig and Ryskind. The film is notable as Weill's only musical written directly for the screen and for its anachronistic blend of history and contemporary (1940s) slang. At the time, the mock-operatic sequence, "The Nina, the Pinta, the Santa Maria," was one of the longest musical sequences ever created for a screen musical.

Original Release

05/23/1945

US Release

05/23/1945

Cast

Fred MacMurray Bill Morgan
Joan Leslie Katrina / Sally Smith / Prudence
June Haver Indian / Lucilla Powell / Gretchen
Gene Sheldon Ali the Genie
Anthony Quinn Chief Badger
Alan Mowbray General George Washington
Fortunio Bonanova Christopher Columbus
Herman Bing Von Heisel / Hessian Col.
Howard Freeman Kreiger
Rory Calhoun Soldier Leaving Canteen
(see additional cast & crew)

Directors

Gregory Ratoff, George Seaton

Writers

Morrie Ryskind, Sig Herzig

Cast

Fred MacMurray Bill Morgan
Joan Leslie Katrina / Sally Smith / Prudence
June Haver Indian / Lucilla Powell / Gretchen
Gene Sheldon Ali the Genie
Anthony Quinn Chief Badger
Alan Mowbray General George Washington
Fortunio Bonanova Christopher Columbus
Herman Bing Von Heisel / Hessian Col.
Howard Freeman Kreiger
Rory Calhoun Soldier Leaving Canteen
Otto Preminger General Rahl
Mary Stewart
Joseph E. Bernard Burgher
Sam Bernard Warden
Walter Bonn Dutchman
Bill Carter Serviceman
Robert B. Castaine Serviceman
Edward Clark Organist
Gino Corrado Santa Maria Crewman
John Davidson Gen. Benedict Arnold

Producers

Editors

J. Watson Webb Jr.

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