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High School (1940)

Texas ranch teenager (Withers) is sent to school in San Antonio where she learns to get along with others.

Directors:

George Nichols Jr., Norman Foster (uncredited)

Writers:

Robert Ellis (based on an idea by), Jack Jungmeyer (as Jack Jungmeyer Jr.) | 3 more credits »
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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Jane Withers ... Jane Wallace
Joe Brown Jr. Joe Brown Jr. ... Slats Roberts
Paul Harvey ... James Wallace
Lloyd Corrigan ... Dr. Henry Wallace
Cliff Edwards ... Jeff Jefferson
Claire Du Brey ... Miss Huggins
Lillian Porter Lillian Porter ... Cuddles
Lynne Roberts ... Carol Roberts
John Kellogg ... Tommy Lee
Margaret Brayton Margaret Brayton ... Miss Witherspoon
Marvin Stephens Marvin Stephens ... Bill
Johnnie Pirrone Jr. Johnnie Pirrone Jr. ... Terry (as Johnnie Pironne)
Mary McCarty ... Mary
Emma Dunn ... Mrs. O'Neill
Betty Brian Betty Brian ... One of the Brian Sisters
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Texas ranch teenager (Withers) is sent to school in San Antonio where she learns to get along with others.

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Hi-Jinks on the campus! Some Fun! JANE WITHERS has her first heavy date in HIGH SCHOOL with CLIFF EDWARDS (Print Ad- Brooklyn Eagle, 29 February 1940)

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Comedy

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The Old Chisholm Trail
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Traditional
New Lyrics by Sidney Clare
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Former Jefferson Student
26 May 2006 | by aguilaranchSee all my reviews

This is one of my favorite movies. Being a native San Antonian and a Jefferson grad. I love Jane Withers! Jane is a gifted actress I remember her role in Shirley Temples "Bright Eyes" and the epic "Giant". As mentioned by other comments, the movie was filmed at Thomas Jefferson High School. Mrs. Oliphant our English teacher, and Bess Richards the Lasso Sponsor recalled many times that the classroom blinds had to be drawn while filming was going on outside, and occasionally a student would draw them open and the director had to call "cut" and re-shoot the scene. Jane's photo portrait is prominently displayed in the Lasso office. A further note, Thomas Jefferson High School was featured in Life Magazine as the nations first million dollar high school, the architecture is Romansque and features a dome reminiscent of the famous Monticello. The Lassos were also featured on the front page of Life Magazine.


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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 January 1940 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

The Texas Kid See more »

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Twentieth Century Fox See more »
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Sound Mix:

Mono (RCA High Fidelity Recording)

Aspect Ratio:

1.37 : 1
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