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Margie (1940)

 |  Comedy  |  September 1940 (USA)
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Tom Brown ...
Bret
Nan Grey ...
Margie
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Gomez
Joy Hodges ...
Ruth
Edgar Kennedy ...
Chauncey
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Kenneth
Eddie Quillan ...
Joe
Wally Vernon ...
Al
Richard Lane ...
Mr. Dixon
Emmett Vogan ...
White
Pauline Haddon ...
Miss Walter
David Oliver ...
Waiter
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Mr. Leffingwell
John Sheehan ...
Mr. Cladwell
Effie Laird ...
Mrs. Horstwalder (as Effie Parnell)
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September 1940 (USA)  »

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Desconcierto conyugal  »

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(Western Electric Mirrophonic Recording)

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Natalie Moorhead's last film. See more »

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Oh Fly With Me
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Music by Charles Previn
Lyrics by Paul Girard Smith
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Heading for a six or seven but...
28 June 2015 | by See all my reviews

Here's a movie that was heading for a six or seven, but suddenly runs off the rails in the last 15 minutes or so. The man responsible for this switch is probably Paul Gerard Smith. Maybe the film's budget ran out with 20 minutes or so still to go and Mr. Smith obligingly stepped in as writer-director to finish it all off as cheaply as possible. Anyway, what started off as an agreeable if safely predictable little musical comedy, is suddenly turned into a disagreeable, heavy-handed farce. This is a shame because the movie had lots of promise, plus the services of a good cast in Nan Grey, Tom Brown and Eddie Quillan, plus a trio of really expert comedians in Edgar Kennedy, Allen Jenkins and Andy Devine.


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