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Adventure in Baltimore (1949)

 -  Comedy | Drama  -  19 April 1949 (USA)
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The liberated daughter of a 1905 minister innocently starts a scandal.

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Complete credited cast:
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Pastor Andrew Sheldon
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Tom Wade
Albert Sharpe ...
Dan Fletcher
Josephine Hutchinson ...
Mrs. Lilly Sheldon
Charles Kemper ...
Mr. Steuben
Johnny Sands ...
Gene Sheldon
John Miljan ...
Mr. Eckert
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Helen Hadley Hamilton
Carol Brannon ...
Bernice Eckert (as Carol Brannan)
Charles Smith ...
Fred Beehouse
Josephine Whittell ...
Mrs. Eckert
Patti Brady ...
Sis Sheldon
Gregory Marshall ...
Mark Sheldon
Patsy Creighton ...
Sally Wilson
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Storyline

In 1905, teenaged Dinah Sheldon is an aspiring artist and budding suffragette. This is sufficiently scandalous, though her minister father takes a more lenient view. But her imaginative painting, showing a young male friend with exposed chest and (ahem) limbs, really blows the roof off. Written by Rod Crawford <puffinus@u.washington.edu>

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19 April 1949 (USA)  »

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Baltimore Escapade  »

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(RCA Sound System)

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"The Screen Guild Theater" broadcast a 30 minute radio adaptation of the movie on March 30, 1950 with Shirley Temple reprising her film role. See more »

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Out of everyone else in the whole world besides my family, I love Shirley Temple the most
25 March 2009 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I totally agree with the first post! I never could understand why people didn't think she was a great actress as an adult too. She was terrific and I appreciate her enough to make up for all the fools who don't. She is my favorite actress ever. I'm so sorry she quit acting at such a young age. What we've missed because of it! I wish Shirley would get back into show business now even after all these years! After all she has accomplished in her life she deserves take it easy at this age but sorry, as a great fan, I want more Shirley even now! I hope she doesn't stay away because of feeling unappreciated, it would make me cry if she did. I can't help but make a comment on Shirley the child... It would have been enough just to look at her pretty face, beautiful hair, sweet giggly voice, infectious smile and dimples, but it's amazing that on top of all that, she was so smart, had more poise than most adults, could dance fantastic, sing, act, remember lines and lyrics (all simultaneously) It is still totally amazing to me. And watching her movies when I was a child, I couldn't appreciate how easy she made it all look. Now that I'm an adult who has raised my own child, I fully realize how extraordinary Shirley really was. I don't know HOW she did it. I know this sounds like a small thing, but even if you watch her hands ... how expressive they were. I love how she use to put on her mad face and stamp her little foot! Best of all the little Shirley makes me smile just watching her put on a big smile and she can also bring me to tears. How many other people can do that?


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