In Just For You, widower Jordan Blake (Bing Crosby) has had wild success as a Broadway producer, but not much success as a father. To win back their affection, he decides to take one last vacation with his kids (Bob Arthur, Natalie Wood) before they're not "kids" anymore. But that's when Blake discovers that his son may have grown up sooner than Dad anticipated -- he's fallen in love with his father's girlfriend, a musical-comedy star (Jane Wyman)! This lively film also stars Ethel Barrymore and features the Oscar-nominated tune, "Zing A Little Zong." And when Bing zings, everybody has a great time!
With the legendary Frank Capra (It's A Wonderful Life) in the director's seat for Here Comes the Groom, the inimitable Bing Crosby stars as as overseas reporter with a song in his heart...and room left over for two orphans. They are his to adopt, if he can find a bride in just five days! His former fiancee (Jane Wyman) is the perfect candidate, but she's destined to marry millionaire Franchot Tone. Or is she? Among the highlights of this sparkling musical romp is Der Bingle's crooning of the Oscar-winning song, "In The Cool, Cool, Cool Of The Evening."
This double bill of musicals features HERE COMES THE GROOM (1951) and JUST FOR YOU (1952). See individual titles for plot details.