I noticed on another thread (not the primary topic of that thread) that "Orchestra Wives" will be released on 1 November 05. This was a great movie from 1942, starring George Montomery, Ann Rutherford....and the FANTASTIC Glenn Miller band (including Glenn Miller himself, playing a character named Gene Morrison). The movie features Cesar Romero, dancing by the Nicholas Brothers, and some great Glenn Miller favorites: "Serenade in Blue," "At Last," and the 1942 Oscar nomination for Best Song "I've Got a Girl in Kalamazoo." If you're a Miller fan, you'll love this movie. As someone said in that other thread, hopefully "Sun Valley Serenade" (made in 1941) will soon be released, too. Great renditions of "Chattanooga Choo Choo,", "I Know Why," and "In The Mood" in that one. The musical numbers in both are top notch. I hope that some of the old 40's movies featuring the Harry Jammes band will be out one of these days, too. As far as I know, "Private Buckaroos" is the only DVD currently available that features his group (along with the Andrews Sisters). Not a great plot, but the music is super.