Cyril J. Mockridge
September 21, 1944
Richard English (screen play), Richard English (original story), Edward Haldeman (original story)
Linda Darnell(Trudy Wilson),
Archie Mayo directed Sweet and Low-Down and Orchestra Wives
Sweet and Low-Down (1944) is a film directed by Archie Mayo, and starring Benny Goodman and Linda Darnell. The film was a fictionalized version of life with Goodman, his band, and their manager while entertaining at military camps. The song "I'm Making Believe" (lyrics by Mack Gordon; music by James V. Monaco) was nominated for an Academy Award.
A young trombonist lets his newfound success go to his head when he is invited to join the Benny Goodman Orchestra.
ReferencesSweet and Low-Down Wikipedia
Sweet and Low-Down IMDb Sweet and Low-Down themoviedb.org