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That's My Baby! (1944)

Approved | | Comedy, Drama | 14 September 1944 (USA)

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(screenplay) (as Nicholas Barrows), (screenplay) | 1 more credit »
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Tim Jones
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Betty Moody
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Doctor Svatsky
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R. P. (Phineas) Moody
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Hilton Payne
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Miss Wilson
Madeline Grey ...
Hettie Moody
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Doctor Calloway
P.J. Kelly ...
Henry Austin, Barber
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Office Boy (as Billy Benedict)
Jack Chefe ...
Pierre, a Waiter
Mike Riley ...
Mike Riley
Freddie Fisher ...
Freddie Fisher
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Isabelita (as Isabelita)
The Guadalajara Trio ...
The Guadalajara Trio (as The Guadalajara Boys)
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MEET THE GIVIN'EST GAL...AND THE GO-GETTIN'EST GUY YOU EVER SAW! (original print ad - all caps) See more »

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Comedy | Drama

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14 September 1944 (USA)  »

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That's My Baby - Ein Mann sieht rosa  »

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| (RCA Sound System)

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1.37 : 1
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Razza Ma Tazz
Written by Freddie Fisher
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Mediocre, but Valuable Vaudville Time Capsule
16 March 2006 | by See all my reviews

Father runs a big corporation but is suffering from a severe case of melancholia. Daughter and persona non grata boyfriend cook up a plan to have every ex-vaudevillian and dancer on the club circuit that they can find attempt to make him smile. Groan. Scatterbrained ex-wife finally saves the day by remembering that father once had ambitions to be a newspaper comic illustrator (!) Nevermind, it doesn't make that much sense.

Not the most enjoyable movie ever made, but an amazing time capsule of vaudeville acts: Gene Rodgers, the stupendous boogie-woogie piano player; Mitchell & Lytell, Abbot and Costello wannabees; Alphonse Bergé & Doris Duane, a must-be-seen inverse striptease act; Al Mardo and his priceless bulldog; and most of all Dewey "Pigmeat" Markham, who steals the show with his break dancing.


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