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Delightfully Dangerous (March 31, 1945)

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Jane Powell is Delightfully Dangerous
 

Released March 31, 1945: (running time 1 hour and 29 minutes) When teenager Sherry Williams goes to New York to visit her succsessful older sister, she finds much more than she expected.

Produced by Charles R. Rogers

Directed by Arthur Lubin

The Actors: Jane Powell (Sherry Williams), Ralph Bellamy (Arthur Hale, Broadway Producer), Constance Moore (Josephine 'Jo' Williams and Bubbles Barton), Morton Gould (himself, bandleader), Arthur Treacher (Jeffers, Hale's Gentleman butler), Louise Beavers (Hannah, Jo's maid), Ruth Tobey (Molly Bradley, Sherry's Roomate), Morton Gould's Orchestra (themselves), Sunny Burkette (Cathy Gahagan), Andre Charlot (Professor Bremond, head of Fernridge School of Music), Chris Drake (Jimmy Burns, sailor), Bess Flowers (Mrs. Hopkins), Eddie Hall (Marine Sergeant dancing with Jo), Earle Hodgins (the burlesque barker), Shirley Hunter (Nadine Jones), Pat McKee (burlesque house patron), Harold Miller (waiter with message), Frank Mills (burlesque house patron), Bob Perry (burlesque house patron), Ruth Robinson (Mrs. Jones, Nadine's mother)

 

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Fifteen Years Old, Too Young to Kiss, Too Old to Spank

Fifteen-year-old Jane Powell plays the part of fifteen-year-old Sherry Williams. Sherry is in a private school for music, and her dream is to sing on stage with famous orchestra conductor Morton Gould in Carnegie Hall. In real life, Morton Gould performed with his orchestra every week in 1945 on a national radio program. In real life, Morton Gould was one of the most famous musical talents of the twentieth century.

When the Radio City Music Hall opened in 1932, Gould was hired as the house pianist. His fame continued to grow throughout his career into the early 1990’s, and today his original notes, music and compositions are preserved in the Library of Congress. In this story, a very young Morton Gould plays himself.

Our fifteen-year-old girl wants to become a Broadway actress and singer in the worst way, and that is exactly the way she will achieve that goal. Sherry believes that her older sister Jo is already singing and acting on Broadway, but she will discover that her sister is really earning the money to keep her in a private school by dancing in a burlesque show as ‘Bubbles Barton.’

This leads to that, and the famous Broadway producer that might be interested in Sherry once she turns eighteen, will discover that her older sister is a burlesque star, not a Broadway star. Sherry must find a way to get the Broadway producer to hire either her, or her older sister for one of his new shows, so Sherry will try almost anything, with a little help from her school chum Molly. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

André Charlot
André Charlot
André Charlot, Jane Powell, Ruth Tobey
André Charlot, Jane Powell, Ruth Tobey
Arthur Treacher
Arthur Treacher
Arthur Treacher
Arthur Treacher
Arthur Treacher
Arthur Treacher
Chris Drake
Chris Drake
Constance Moore
Constance Moore
Constance Moore, Ralph Bellamy
Constance Moore, Ralph Bellamy
Constance Moore, Ralph Bellamy
Constance Moore, Ralph Bellamy
Constance Moore
Constance Moore
Jane Powell
Jane Powell
Jane Powell, Arthur Treacher
Jane Powell, Arthur Treacher
Jane Powell, Constance Moore
Jane Powell, Constance Moore
Jane Powell, Constance Moore
Jane Powell, Constance Moore
Jane Powell, Ruth Tobey
Jane Powell, Ruth Tobey
Jane Powell, Ruth Tobey
Jane Powell, Ruth Tobey
Jane Powell, Shirley Hunter
Jane Powell, Shirley Hunter
Jane Powell
Jane Powell
Jane Powell
Jane Powell
Jane Powell
Jane Powell
Louise Beavers
Louise Beavers
Morton Gould
Morton Gould
Ralph Bellamy
Ralph Bellamy
Ralph Bellamy, Richard LaMarr
Ralph Bellamy, Richard LaMarr
Ralph Bellamy, Ruth Robinson
Ralph Bellamy, Ruth Robinson
Ralph Bellamy
Ralph Bellamy
Ralph Bellamy
Ralph Bellamy
Ruth Tobey
Ruth Tobey
Ruth Tobey, Jane Powell, Shirley Hunter
Ruth Tobey, Jane Powell, Shirley Hunter
Ruth Tobey, Jane Powell
Ruth Tobey, Jane Powell
Shirley Hunter
Shirley Hunter
Shirley Hunter
Shirley Hunter