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A girl is sent to live with her uncle on his estate when her parents die. There she discovers much intrigue, family history and secrets and personal baggage. In particular, a screaming child and...a secret garden.
Fred M. Wilcox
Vaudeville entertainer Eddie Foy, who has vowed to forever keep his act a solo, falls in love with and marries Italian ballerina Madeleine. While they continue to tour the circuit, they begin a family and before long have seven little Foys to clutter the wings. After tragedy threatens to stall Eddie's career, he comes to realize that his little terrors are worth their weight in gold.Written by
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The story of a husband who didn't have time to come home! Daddy couldn't get home, so the kids all trouped down to Broadway and got into the act. The incredible, incomparable story of America's most fabulous family!
Despite Foy's reluctance to marry, according to the film, he had already been married twice before he married Madeline Morando. See more »
Signor Foy, we are going to have a baby.
Madeleine Morando Foy:
I wanted to tell you, Eddie, but Clara said to wait.
If you're interested, it happened in Capri.
...Oh, well, thank you. Thank you, one and all. It is nice of you to let me im on it. There any other late bulletins?
You seem to know everything! What's it gonna be - a boy or a girl?
It will be an Italian!
It's one thing we're getting through customs!
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The biography details the life of song and dance man Eddie Foy. Hope has the usual right wit and sarcastic blend to produce a wonderful performance. His dancing is exactly the right step as well.
He meets and marries a ballerina played by Millie Vitale. The children start coming real fast. Each time, Vitale's sister, a tough-looking strong woman named Clara, announces: "We're pregnant!"
7 little Foys enter the world. Eddie is too busy in his show business career and is rarely home. Go know that Vitale's cough is more serious than a cold. One night he arrives home to the news that his beloved wife had died during the day. Stricken with disbelief and sadness, Eddie vows to keep the family together and engages the children to appear in his act.
Meanwhile, Aunt Clara schemes to have Eddie declared unsuitable so that she can gain control of the children.
A fine musical and dance sequence with James Cagney reprising his role of George M. Cowan is shown in this delightful film.
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