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Director:
Writers:
John Larkin (story)
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Release Date:
10 November 1950 (USA) See more »
Genre:
Tagline:
The Gayest LOVE STORY EVER FILMED! (original print ad - many caps)
Plot:
The Robinson family are spending two weeks of summer vacation at a resort in the Catskills. Older daughter Patti vies with her friend... See more » | Add synopsis »
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(2 articles)
User Reviews:
Jane Powell's Movie, but Debbie Reynolds is the spark! See more (16 total) »

Cast

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Jane Powell ... Patti Robinson

Ricardo Montalban ... Demi Armendez

Louis Calhern ... Horatio Robinson
Ann Harding ... Katherine Robinson

Phyllis Kirk ... Valerie Stresemann
Carleton Carpenter ... Billy Finlay

Debbie Reynolds ... Melba Robinson
Clinton Sundberg ... Mr. Finlay

Gary Gray ... McCormick Robinson

Tommy Rettig ... Ricky Robinson
Charles Smith ... Eddie Gavin
rest of cast listed alphabetically:
George Brandt ... Guest (uncredited)
Lillian Bronson ... Miss Zilly (uncredited)
Edward Clark ... Druggist (uncredited)
Lucille Curtis ... Guest (uncredited)
Jack Daley ... Guest (uncredited)
Ted Eckelberry ... Boy (uncredited)
Betty Farrington ... Customer (uncredited)
Everett Glass ... Mr. Hibbs (uncredited)
Dickie Humphreys ... Boy Partner (uncredited)
Mitchell Lewis ... Mr. Schimpf (uncredited)
Melba Meredith ... Mrs. Armendez (uncredited)
Dorothy Neumann ... Miss Pinwhistle (uncredited)
Alice Richey ... Guest (uncredited)
Fred Santley ... Guest (uncredited)
Jack Shea ... Lifeguard (uncredited)
Mary Jane Smith ... Girl (uncredited)
Bob Stebbins ... Young Man (uncredited)
Peter M. Thompson ... Boy (uncredited)
Marjorie Wood ... Mrs. Stresemann (uncredited)
Wilson Wood ... Band Leader (uncredited)
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Directed by
Roy Rowland 
 
Writing credits
John Larkin (story)

John Larkin (screenplay) &
Dorothy Kingsley (screenplay)

Produced by
Jack Cummings .... producer
 
Original Music by
Albert Sendrey (uncredited)
George Stoll (uncredited)
 
Cinematography by
Alfred Gilks 
 
Film Editing by
Cotton Warburton  (as Irvine Warburton)
 
Art Direction by
E. Preston Ames  (as Preston Ames)
Cedric Gibbons 
 
Set Decoration by
Richard Pefferle  (as Richard A. Pefferle)
Edwin B. Willis 
 
Costume Design by
Walter Plunkett (costumes: men)
Helen Rose (costumes: women)
 
Makeup Department
Martha Acker .... hair stylist
Robert Dawn .... makeup artist
Sydney Guilaroff .... hair stylist
William Tuttle .... makeup designer (as William J. Tuttle)
 
Production Management
Lee Katz .... production manager
 
Second Unit Director or Assistant Director
Marvin Stuart .... assistant director
 
Sound Department
Conrad Kahn .... sound
Douglas Shearer .... sound
 
Special Effects by
Warren Newcombe .... special effects
 
Camera and Electrical Department
Richard Borland .... grip (uncredited)
Herbert Fischer .... camera operator (uncredited)
C.A. Philbrick .... gaffer (uncredited)
Frank Shugrue .... still photographer (uncredited)
 
Music Department
Leo Arnaud .... orchestrator
Saul Chaplin .... vocal arranger
George Stoll .... musical director (as George E. Stoll)
Albert Sendrey .... orchestrator (uncredited)
 
Other crew
Busby Berkeley .... choreographer
James Gooch .... associate technicolor color director
Henri Jaffa .... technicolor color director
Don McDougall .... script supervisor (as Don MacDougall)
Alex Romero .... assistant choreographer (uncredited)
 

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Runtime:
Germany:90 min | USA:92 min (Turner library print)
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Color:
Color (Technicolor)
Aspect Ratio:
1.37 : 1 See more »
Sound Mix:
Mono (Western Electric Sound System)
Certification:
Australia:PG | Australia:G (TV rating) | Finland:S | Sweden:Btl | USA:Passed (National Board of Review) | USA:Approved (PCA #14648) | West Germany:12

Did You Know?

Trivia:
One of the main plot points in the movie is that Phyllis Kirk's character is two years older than Jane Powell's character. This was a fact in real life. Phyllis Kirk was born in 1927, Jane Powell was born in 1929.See more »
Goofs:
Continuity: As the parents (Horatio and Katherine) are getting ready to go to "the dance", daughter (Patti) ties her dad's bow tie. She is behind his back and cannot see that she is not tying it centered on her dad's celluloid collar. When the scene changes, she has finished tying it and it is neatly centered on his collar.See more »
Quotes:
Horatio Robinson:Give that man some pants!See more »
Movie Connections:
Featured in Just One More Time (1974)See more »
Soundtrack:
Aba Daba HoneymoonSee more »

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16 out of 18 people found the following review useful.
Jane Powell's Movie, but Debbie Reynolds is the spark!, 17 December 1998
Author: Donovan Clifton (donlockwood_52@yahoo.com) from Panama City, Florida

Jane Powell and Ricardo Mantalban headline this film made in 1950. Debbie Reynolds was the supporting star early in her career. Jane Powell has said that this was one of her favorite films to work on, despite being more famous for "Seven Brides For Seven Brothers." The plot is about Jane's character trying to break out into womanhood, despite her mother trying to keep her a little girl. Along the way, she falls for a young Cuban (Mantalban) and conflicts between Powell, her mother and her romantic rival climax at a good moment. Debbie Reynolds is Jane Powell's younger sister in the film and sings her first record hit, "Aba Daba Honeymoon" with Carlton Carpenter. This song is available from Curb Records nowadays. Not to be outdone singing at an early age, Debbie's sparkling style of acting was the real highlight of the film. Her character's wit and occasional negative attitude creates a "she's so cute" attitude towards her from the audience. Debbie fans will notice this right of the bat. Despite being 17 or 18 when the film was shot, the film calls for her to be 14 or 15, and she looks it too. This film is not one of the "Great Classics" of Hollywood, but Jane Powell and Debbie Reynolds' fans should thoroughly enjoy this one. Jane Powell would go on to star with Debbie Reynolds in "Athena" and "Hit the Deck." Ricardo Mantalban would star with Debbie Reynolds 16 years later, in "The Singing Nun."

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