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Musical about a family that moves to a small Indiana town and their tomboy daughter who begins a romance with the neighbor across the street, who bears radically unconventional views on love and money.
Doris Day and Gordon MacRae star in an old fashioned musical salute to the small town American family. Inspired by the stories of Booth Tarkington ("The Magnificent Ambersons," "Alice Adams") and set at the end of WWI, it captures the travails of a returning soldier and his fiancee as family complications delay their inevitable wedding. Prequel to "On Moonlight Bay."
The screen version of "No, No, Nanette" in which an actress/heiress bets her uncle that she can say "no" to every question for the length of a weekend. If she wins, she gets the chance to star in her own Broadway show. Lively musical with film greats Doris Day, Gordon MacRae, Gene Nelson and Eve Arden. MPAA Rating: NOTRATED (c) 1951 A Warner Bros. Entertainment Inc. All Rights Reserved
Doris Day, James Garner and Polly Bergen star in this madcap romantic comedy about one groom, two wives, and one crazy, mixed-up honeymoon! Five years after his wife Ellen (Day) is lost at sea and presumed dead, Nick (Garner) is finally ready to get remarried. But he's headed for anything but wedded bliss when Ellen turns up alive -- and ready to give first love a second chance -- with Nick!
Presenting Judy Garland! Whether swinging a hot number with Bob Crosby's orchestra or emoting a hilariously hammy version of Lady Macbeth's sleepwalking scene, Judy is a delight as a stage-struck Hoosier in this charming film based on Booth Tarkington's novel. Lily just knows she has the talent to light up the Great White Way, so when a big Broadway producer (Van Heflin) visits her hometown, she expends all the candlepower of her charisma to impress him. He's not impressed. He heads back to New York and Lily follows, thumbing her way east on what she's sure is a one-way trip to instant stardom. At a mere 20 years old, Judy had already reached stardom. Presenting Lily Mars proves why, showcasing her once-in-a-generation voice, gift for comedy and enduring movie magnetism. Break a leg, Lily!