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Cynthia (1947)

 -  Comedy | Drama  -  29 August 1947 (USA)
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Sickly girl finds an outlet in music.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
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Cynthia Bishop
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Larry Bishop
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Prof. Rosenkrantz
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Louise Bishop
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Dr. Fred I. Jannings
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Carrie Jannings
Jimmy Lydon ...
Ricky Latham
Scotty Beckett ...
Will Parker
Carol Brannon ...
Fredonia Jannings (as Carol Brannan)
Anna Q. Nilsson ...
Miss Brady, English Teacher
Morris Ankrum ...
Mr. Phillips, Principal
Kathleen Howard ...
Mac McQuillan, Jannings' Nurse
Shirley Johns ...
Stella Regan
Barbara Challis ...
Alice
Harlan Briggs ...
J.M. Dingle, Napoleon Hardware
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Sickly girl finds an outlet in music.

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Comedy | Drama

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29 August 1947 (USA)  »

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(Western Electric Sound System)

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Trivia

"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on June 23, 1947 with Elizabeth Taylor, George Murphy and Mary Astor reprising their film roles. See more »

Connections

Featured in That's Entertainment! (1974) See more »

Soundtracks

Melody of Spring
(uncredited)
based on music by Johann Strauß
Music Adapted by Johnny Green
Lyrics by Ralph Freed
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Emotion is the directors job
21 August 2002 | by (Florida) – See all my reviews

I came into this film on TCM at 6:15 AM one morning, about 1/4 into it so I missed the opening and establishing of the players backgrounds and motivations, and I did not 'get them' until the denouement. The motivations of the mother and father as well as the uncle as the doctor and his family, are the engine that drive the plot. However, the directors job, once he has a decent story, is to elicit emotion of varying kinds from the audience. If you want to look at and watch Liz Taylor in all her youthful glory and magnetism, this is one of the best. Ironically if forebodes her complete life as a great actress who has health problems all her life. This film took me up and down several times much to my amazement and has a great Hollywood, happy wrap up. (nothing wrong with feeling good especially at 6 A M). Yes, of course there are some problems but I watch films for the way they make me feel in the end, not specifically to be a critic, especially films of this genre and contrived time period. I loved it because it made me feel alive and real!!We all have felt these same emotions in our youth and this well done film allows us feel these once more.


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