SYNOPSIS: The stars come out when the night shimmers like this! Young enthusiasts Doris Day and Gordon MacRae return in a moonlit sequel to 'On Moonlight Bay'.
'By The Light Of The Silvery Moon' has charm by the bucketful as Leon Ames, Rosemary DeCamp, Mary Wickes and Billy Gray rejoin the two leads in this remembarance of World War I-era Americana. There's a new variety of 9 nostalgic standards - and a new emphasis on production numbers: Doris and Gordon spin through the Winfield cooking area to 'Ain't We Got Enjoyable', Doris crow 'King Chanticleer' at a stage pagaent and just about the entire town go to Miller's Pond and laces up ice skates for the title-tune finale. Like its predecesor, 'By The Light Of The Silvery Moon' draws from Cubicle Tarkington's 'Penrod' stories for its portraits of heartland mirth, worths and 'warm hearts, cold feet' love. Ain't we got fun? You bet we have!
ABOUT THE DVD: This is a release by WARNER HOUSE VIDEO for the UK market (Area 2 FRIEND format - which will play on all standard DVD gamers in the UK and the rest of Europe - purchasers outside of Europe will need a multi-region player in order to view this). The film is provided in COLOUR and completely SCREEN format (4:3 element ratio) and runs for an overall of 98 minutes - the AUDIO is the original ENGLISH language and MONO - SUBTITLES remain in English language just (there are both standard and hard-of-hearing subs on the DVD).