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Oh, Johnny, How You Can Love! (1940)

Passed | | Comedy, Music, Romance | 1 January 1940 (USA)
Johnny Sandham (Tom Brown), a traveling salesman for a department store, agrees, under duress after his truck forced her roadster of the road, to take "Kelly" Archer (Peggy Moran), a ... See full summary »

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(screenplay), (story "Road to Romance")
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Cast

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Carol Ann 'Kelly' Archer
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Ed aka The Weasel
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Adelbert Thistlebottom
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Gertie - Truck Stop Waitress
Juanita Quigley ...
'Junior'
Joe Downing ...
'Doc' Kendrick - Bank Robber (as Joseph Downing)
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'Lefty' Hodges - Bank Robber
Matt McHugh ...
Charlie - the Cop
Vinton Hayworth ...
The Chaser (as Jack Arnold)
Betty Jane Rhodes ...
Betty - Singer of 'Oh, Johnny'
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Storyline

Johnny Sandham (Tom Brown), a traveling salesman for a department store, agrees, under duress after his truck forced her roadster of the road, to take "Kelly" Archer (Peggy Moran), a runaway heiress, to New York City, where she intends to elope with her named-but-never-seen fiancée. They are soon caught in the cross-fire car chase involving three bank robbers--- Ed the Weasel (Allen Jenkins), "Doc" Kedrick (Jospeh Downing) and "Lefty" Hodges (Horace MacMahon)---and a highway patrol pursuit car. Ere long, Ed, ends up in the truck with Johnny and "Kelly", and decides Canada is a better destination for him than NYC. Somewhere, south of Canada and north of NYC, the truck brakes fail, and while they are being repaired at Adelbert Thistlebottom's Garage, they take a cabin at Thistlebottom's Motel/Tourist Camp. Adelbert (Donald Meek) is more than slightly addled; he wears a cowboy costume and has all of his camp cabins automated in various ways. Betty Jane Rhodes, another guest at the ... Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Comedy | Music | Romance

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Passed | See all certifications »
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1 January 1940 (USA)  »

Also Known As:

La heredera caprichosa  »

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(Western Electric Mirrophonic Recording)

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1.37 : 1
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Soundtracks

Bring Back My Bonnie
(aka "My Bonnie Lies over the Ocean")
Traditional
Sung in shower by Peggy Moran
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