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The Patsy ()


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An awkward teenager hopelessly in love with her elder sister's boyfriend tries to make him notice her.

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Patricia Harrington
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Tony Anderson
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Ma Harrington
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Billy Caldwell
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Pa Harrington
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Grace Harrington
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Waiter (uncredited)

Directed by

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King Vidor

Written by

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Barry Conners ... (story) (play)
 
Agnes Christine Johnston ... (adaptation and continuity)
 
Ralph Spence ... (titles)

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Marion Davies ... producer (uncredited)
William Randolph Hearst ... producer (uncredited)
King Vidor ... producer (uncredited)

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Vivek Maddala

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John F. Seitz

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Hugh Wynn

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Cedric Gibbons

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Gilbert Clark

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Richard Bronskill ... orchestrator
Vivek Maddala ... conductor

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Also Known As
  • The Politic Flapper (United Kingdom)
  • C'est une gamine charmante (France)
  • Tipp dich in sein Herz (Germany)
  • Ein M├Ądel mit Tempo (Germany)
  • Patsy (Poland)
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  • 78 min
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Trivia This was actually Marie Dressler's turnaround film. After having quite a slump in her career, Dressler was apparently having her last meal at a restaurant before killing herself when Allan Dwan, who was sitting at a nearby table, ended up offering her the role for King Vidor that night. The movie was a success, and Dressler's career skyrocketed again. See more »
Movie Connections Featured in The Battle Over Citizen Kane (1996). See more »
Quotes Grace Harrington: Stupid! How do you feel now?
Patricia Harrington: [Pretending to be off her rocker in order to gain Ma's symphathy] You know how you feel when you don't know how you feel? That's how I feel.
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