Sing You Sinners (1938) - Rotten Tomatoes

Sing You Sinners (1938)





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A fun-loving, irresponsible bachelor proves to be the bane of his well-meaning mother's existence. If it were up to her, Joe Beebe (Bing Crosby) would be more like his hard-working, stodgy brother David (Fred MacMurray) so that he can be a good example to his youngest brother Mike (13-year-old Donald O'Connor). The one thing that unites the small clan is their love of music. All three brothers regularly team up to perform at a local night club, where they earn some badly money. But Joe, tires of small town life and decides to seek his fortune in Los Angeles. He leaves with the promise that he will send for the others as soon as he is a success. Time passes and eventually he sends for them. Unfortunately, the mother and his little brother arrive to discover that Joe has sold his business and spent every last dime on a race horse that he swears is going to be a big winner after a little training. The rest of the family isn't so sure and this creates considerable turmoil that is only made worse when gangsters get involved.


Bing Crosby
as Joe Beebe
Fred MacMurray
as David Beebe
Ellen Drew
as Martha Randall
Donald O'Connor
as Mike Beebe
John Gallaudet
as Harry Ringmer
Paul White
as Filter
Irving Bacon
as Lecturer
Tom Dugan
as Race Fan
Herbert Corthell
as Nightclub Manager
Earl Roach
as Drummer
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There are two or three songs, none of them outstanding, and the whole thing is easygoing, pleasant, and not particularly remarkable...

July 22, 2019 | Full Review…

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