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Penniless songwriter and dancer who works at the swanky Club Petite in the 1943 film ''Du Barry Was a Lady''. He's gaga for May Daly (Lucille Ball), a gold-digger looking for a sugar daddy. She's ambivalent to his charms, even when he sings to her the song he wrote for her, "Do I Love You?" (really written by Cole Porter in 1939).
 
Penniless songwriter and dancer who works at the swanky Club Petite in the 1943 film ''Du Barry Was a Lady''. He's gaga for May Daly (Lucille Ball), a gold-digger looking for a sugar daddy. She's ambivalent to his charms, even when he sings to her the song he wrote for her, "Do I Love You?" (really written by Cole Porter in 1939).
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Played by Gene Kelly.
  
 
[[Category:Fictional composers|Howe, Alec]]
 
[[Category:Fictional composers|Howe, Alec]]

Revision as of 11:45, 9 April 2011

Penniless songwriter and dancer who works at the swanky Club Petite in the 1943 film Du Barry Was a Lady. He's gaga for May Daly (Lucille Ball), a gold-digger looking for a sugar daddy. She's ambivalent to his charms, even when he sings to her the song he wrote for her, "Do I Love You?" (really written by Cole Porter in 1939).

Played by Gene Kelly.