Nothing can lick Chicago!

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Tyrone Power, Alice Faye and Don Ameche light up the sky along with the great Chicago fire in Darryl F. Zanuck’s spectacular In Old Chicago (1937).

Directed by Zanuck’s favorite in house director; Henry King, this was 20th Century Fox’s disaster film entry following the huge success of MGM’s San Francisco. The all star cast features includes Brian Donlevy, Andy Devine and Alice Brady in an Oscar winning role as Mrs. O’Leary, whose cow kicked over a lantern and started it all. Gorgeously shot it’s a huge and fabulous example of Fox at it’s best.   Steve Hayes

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