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I Surrender Dear (1948)

Approved | | Musical, Romance | 7 October 1948 (USA)
Patty Nelson, using the name of Parry Hart, auditions for and gets the job as a band-singer with Al Tyler's orchestra. Al, of course, falls in love with her and she with him. Back in Los ... See full summary »

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David Street ...
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Tommy Tompkins
Alice Tyrrell ...
Trudy Clements
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Russ Nelson
Douglas Wood ...
R.H. Collins
Regina Wallace ...
Mrs. Nelson
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George Rogers
The Novelties ...
Musical Trio
Art Terry ...
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Frankie Carr ...
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Joe Mayer ...
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Jack Eigen ...
Disc Jockey
Dave Garroway ...
Disc Jockey
Peter Potter ...
Disc Jockey

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Patty Nelson, using the name of Parry Hart, auditions for and gets the job as a band-singer with Al Tyler's orchestra. Al, of course, falls in love with her and she with him. Back in Los Angeles, her father is a disc jockey and objects to her career choice. At a party, Al announces he is leaving the band and going to Hollywood to replace a disc jockey named Russ Nelson, who is too old and out-of-touch. Not knowing the man is Patty's father, Al does not know why she ran away. She flies to Hollywood to help her father. Al shows up, and after a couple more plot developments, all three team up on the air. Written by Les Adams <longhorn1939@suddenlink.net>

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Referenced in Mighty Manhattan, New York's Wonder City (1949) See more »

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Atlantic Jump
Music by Dale Bennett
Performed by Charlie Barnet and His Orchestra (excerpt)
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