A man becomes part of a secret society of people who live in a department store and quickly falls in love with their leader's young maid.

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Dorothy Stickney ...
Mrs. Monday
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Roscoe Potts
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Margaret Bannerman ...
Store Person
Margaret Barker ...
Store Person
Leonard Elliott ...
Store Person
Mike Meola ...
The Guard
Dorothy Sands ...
Store Person
Margaretta Warwick ...
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A young poet gets the brilliant idea to live in a department store, hiding by day, and courting his muse by night where it's quiet, and he can have all his needs met. But, to his surprise, he learns his brilliant idea's not exactly original; there are other residents who dodge the night watchmen, and who keep their existence secret at all costs. And one of them is a young woman who wants to leave, but is to frightened to go. And Charles finds that he wants to show her the larger world outside. Written by Kathy Li

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A musical play about a mystical night society. See more »


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Trivia

"Evening Primrose" was originally broadcast on the radio program "Escape" Nov. 5, 1947. Written by John Collier and staring Elliot Lewis, Paul Frees and Pat Lowerly. See more »

Goofs

During "If You Can Find Me, I'm Here," Anthony Perkins wraps a scarf around his neck. In subsequent shots the scarf's gone. See more »

Quotes

Ella Harkins: I don't know anything. I've never spoken to a man before who wasn't old. I've never touched a face that wasn't wrinkled.
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References Psycho (1960) See more »

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If You Can Find Me I'm Here
Music & Lyrics by Stephen Sondheim
Performed by Anthony Perkins
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Worth a Trip to NYC
8 November 2005 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I first heard of this movie in a Steven Sodheim song book that I have which one of the songs was in, an amazing song called "Take Me To the World". I got a vague idea of the plot by listening to the songs and from what I could piece together from the internet and also the very helpful posting on IMDb (thank you whoever wrote that). Anyway it inspired me enough to go and see the film at the Museum of TV and Radio in NYC, an I have to say that it was worth it. While the casting creeped me out a little bit (a combo of leads from the Sound of Music and Psyco falling in love-- a little weird). The acting was good enough to make me forget about that and exceptionally well done for a made-for-TV musical from the 50s. While the quality was crappy even at the museum, I would love to get my hands on any copy of this as well and the plot (even though slightly creepy) and music are something that should be honored and possibly even remade. This was definitely worth the trip to NYC for me and I live in Seattle!!!


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