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O, My Darling Clementine (1943)

Approved | | Comedy, Music | 31 December 1943 (USA)
"Dapper Dan" Franklin (Frank Albertson)and his small troupe of actors become stranded in the small town of Harmony, Tennessee. The town is shackled by Blue Laws imposed upon it by a City ... See full summary »

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Roy Acuff's Smoky Mountain Boys and Girls ...
The Radio Rogues ...
Three Radio Rogues
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Abilail Uppington
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'Pappy' Cheshire (as Harry 'Pappy' Cheshire)
The Tennessee Ramblers ...
Tennessee Ramblers Band
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'Dapper' Dan Franklin
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Clementine Cheshire
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Irene (Princess Sheba)
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Luke Scully
Loie Bridge ...
Ellie Scully
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Bubbles
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Bill Collector
Edwin Stanley ...
Hartfield
Emmett Vogan ...
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"Dapper Dan" Franklin (Frank Albertson)and his small troupe of actors become stranded in the small town of Harmony, Tennessee. The town is shackled by Blue Laws imposed upon it by a City Council under the influence of their domineering wives. Harry Cheshire)is under the thumb of his sister Abigail Uppington (Isabel Randolph). One look at "Pappy's" daughter Clementine (Lorna Gray), and Dan decides to stay in Harmony...Blue Laws or no. "Pappy" confidentially tells Dan he can't be chased from town if he buys any piece of property and even gives him the cash to but a worthless lot behind City Hall. where the troupe sets up their headquarters. But through a mix-up Dan has accidentally brought the City Hall...and times will be changing in Harmony. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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(RCA Sound System)

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Write Me Sweetheart
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Written by Roy Acuff
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A nostalgic jewel for classic country music lovers.
13 September 2002 | by (Michigan) – See all my reviews

This country music gem falls into the genre of what can be dubbed "pioneering" country music, and stars one of the great pioneers, Roy Acuff.

Fans would never think of Acuff as an actor, that is, unless they have seen "Oh, My Darling Clementine." His portrayal of the singing sheriff is a rare adventure in nostalgia and was made at a time when country music was hard to sell north of the Mason-Dixon line. But, if you're a country music fan now, and interested in it's history, you must see this movie.

Although this is not a historical document, it does reflect the period in which it was made. The younger Acuff...well, he was 40 years old when the film was made...rendition of the title song will start your hands to clappin' and your feet to tappin.'

The movie is not readily available in VHS or DVD. At least, I haven't been able to find it. But keep searching, sooner or later you're bound to find it.


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