The Country Girl
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The Midwest Premiere of the hit Paramount film, The Country Girl, took place at Chicago at the United Artists theatre, Randolph near Dearborn, on the evening of Thursday, February 17, 1955, at 5 o'clock. The film was nominated for 7 Academy Awards; an ad read: "Here's drama with hitherto unrevealed power that will tug at the strings of your heart!"

Chicago Tribune, March 19, 1954:


by Hedda Hopper

. . . . A gal never knows how she'll crash movies. Bing Crosby heard Jacqueline Fontaine sing at the Pebble Beach lodge during his annual golf tournament. Now she'll sing a duet with Bing called, "Live and Learn" in "The Country Girl" . . . .


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