Dance Hall (1941)

Carole Landis Dance Hall

 In 1941 Carole starred in the musical romance Dance Hall, She plays Lily Brown, a beautiful lounge singer who helps a songwriter and falls in love with her boss. Carole was under contract at 20th Century Fox when she made this film. This was the first time she co-starred with Cesar Romero who would become one of her closest friends. They would make three more films together. Dance Hall was directed by Irving Pichel. The cast includes June Storey, William Henry and Charles Halton. Carole sings several songs including "There's Something In The Air" and "There's A Lull In My Life". She was also given top billing over Cesar. The movie was released on July 18, 1941.  Unfortunately it got mixed reviews and was not a major hit.

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Carole and Cesar Romero

Carole Landis Dance Hall


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Carole Landis Dance Hall


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Costume tests for the film

 Carole Landis Dance Hall

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