|Hit Parade of 1941|
|Directed by||John H. Auer|
|Written by||Bradford Ropes|
F. Hugh Herbert
|Produced by||Sol C. Siegel|
|Cinematography||Jack A. Marta|
|Edited by||William Morgan|
|Music by||Cy Feuer (musical director)|
Walter Scharf (uncredited)
|Distributed by||Republic Pictures Corp.|
Hit Parade of 1941 is a 1940 American film written by Bradford Ropes, F. Hugh Herbert and Maurice Leo and directed by John H. Auer. It was nominated for the Oscar for Best Song at the 13th Academy Awards with the song "Who Am I?", with music by Jule Styne and lyrics by Walter Bullock. Also nominated for the Oscar for Best Original Score in the same ceremony for composer Cy Feuer.
A small radio station is saved from going bankrupt by a backer, who agrees to invest money for television equipment if the owner allows his dancing daughter Annabelle to dance and sing on the screen. Due to her voice, her singing needs to be dubbed by the owner's girlfriend Pat Abbott. Problems arise when the owner starts dating Annabelle.
- Kenny Baker as David Farraday
- Frances Langford as Pat Abbott
- Hugh Herbert as Ferdinand Farraday
- Ann Miller as Annabelle
- Patsy Kelly as Judy
- Mary Boland as Emily
- Phil Silvers as Charlie Moore
- Emory Parnell
- "The 13th Academy Awards (1941) Nominees and Winners". oscars.org. Retrieved June 5, 2019.