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    Torch Song (1953) — (Movie Clip) I’ll Never Be Lonely

    Broadway musical star Jenny (Joan Crawford) at home with her trusted assistant Anne (Maidie Norman), having stormed off the rehearsal set for her new show earlier that day in general protest, running some ironic lines, in Joan’s MGM comeback, Torch Song, 1953.

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Torch Song (1953) -- (Movie Clip) I'll Never...
Broadway musical star Jenny (Joan Crawford) at home with her...
Torch Song (1953) -- (Movie Clip) I'll Never Be Lonely
Broadway musical star Jenny (Joan Crawford) at home with her trusted assistant Anne (Maidie Norman), having stormed off the rehearsal set for her new show earlier that day in general protest, running some ironic lines, in Joan’s MGM comeback, Torch Song, 1953. >
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Joan Crawford suffers while she sings after she falls for a blind pianist in Torch Song (1953).>
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Remaining philosophical at the same restaurant lunch where she had her director fire him, blind pianist Tye (Michael Wilding) inquires with Broadway star Jenny about her motives, and what he learned from Charlie, the long-time accompanist she had driven away, in MGM’s Torch Song, 1953. >
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Neither the screenplay nor the underlying short story was written for Joan Crawford as such but one wonders whether these views were hers, as Broadway star Jenny, skipping rehearsals in protest, Gig Young her defeated and detached boyfriend Cliff, in the MGM musical Torch Song, 1953. >
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