This classic Bing Crosby Double Feature begins with 'A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court' (1949). Adapted from Mark Twain's story, Bing is a 20th Century mechanic who gets bumped on the head and wakes up in King Arthur's 6th Century England. Then 'The Emperor Waltz' (1948) was Billy Wilder's first and last attempt at musical comedy. Crosby is a phonograph salesman sent to Austria with his fox terrier. There he meets poodle-weilding Joan Fontaine and together they are out to win over the Austrian emperor.
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