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    Pal Joey (1957) — (Movie Clip) You Know This Bum?

    Frank Sinatra as the unemployed title character has, unbidden, stepped in for the absent MC at a San Francisco nightspot, his pal (Bobby Sherwood) explaining to the owner (Hank Henry), a Rodgers & Hart tune from the Broadway show, Kim Novak in the chorus, early in Pal Joey, 1957.

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Pal Joey (1957) -- (Movie Clip) You Know This Bum?
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