That Brennan Girl (December 23, 1946)

That Brennan Girl
 

Released on December 23, 1946: (running time 1 hour and 34 minutes) Ziggy Brennan learns from her mother how to live life to the fullest without ever having a job.

Produceds by Alfred Santell

Directed by Alfred Santell

The Actors: Mona Freeman (Ziggy Brennan), James Dunn (Denny Reagan), William Marshall (CPO Martin J. 'Mart' Neilson), June Duprez (Natalie Brennan, Ziggy's mother, who tells everyone that they are sisters), Frank Jenks (Joe the cabbie), Dorothy Vaughan (Mom Reagan), Charles Arnt (Fred, Natalie's 2nd husband), Rosalind Ivan (Mrs. Merryman, nosy landlady), Fay Helm (Helen, Ziggy's neighbor), Bill Kennedy (Arthur, Helen's husband), Connie Leon (Miss Jane, Merryman resident), Edythe Elliott (Miss Unity, Jane's sister), Sarah Padden (Mrs. Graves, nice landlady), Jean Stevens (Dottie, Natalie's friend), Lucien Littlefield (the florist), Marion Martin (Marion, Natalie's girlfriend), Bebe Allen (teenager), Barbara Bettinger (school girl), Joan Blair (Natalie's friend), Stanley Blystone (policeman), Walden Boyle (assistant D.A.), Helen Brown (Olivette's mother), Tom Burton (escort), Spencer Chan (Chinese head waiter), Chester Clute (man in nightclub with quarter), Dorothy Crider (young girl), Harry Depp (photographer), Tom Dillon (Father Malloy), Lester Dorr (apartment house clerk), Ben Erway (townsman), Charles Flynn (detective), Cay Forester (school girl), Joy Gwynell (crying girl), Eddie Hart (helper), Paul Harvey (Judge), Louis Jean Heydt (Hefflin, Denny's lawyer), Earle Hodgins (street car conductor), Daral Hudson (escort), Duke Johnson (Chinese juggler), Harry C. Johnson (Chinese juggler), James Kirkwood (John Van Derwin), Peter Leeds (Bergie), Linda Leighton (saleswoman), Willene Luckett (little button nose), Mary Maynard (young girl), Dorothy Miller (teenager), Shirley Mills (Olivette, babysitter), Frances Morris (assistant Matron), Mary Newton (probation officer), Eva Novak (old woman), Steve Pendleton (Ed), Charles Quigley (detective), Torchy Rand (girl), Keith Richards (escort), Ruth Robinson (woman deputy), Tommy Ryan (Olivette's boyfriend), Ralph Sanford (Fatso, Reagan's boss), Fred Santley (florist), Arthur Space (Mr. Krassman), Linda Stirling (not a cameo appearance), Charles Sullivan (upholsterer boss), Max Wagner (moving man), Josephine Whittell (Mrs. Van Derwin), Isabel Withers (Miss Pendergast), Barbara Jean Wong (nightclub singer), Gordon Wynn (Ben), Murray Yeats (minister), Guy Zanette (escort)

 

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Hey Dad, . . . I Bet You Cry . . . More Than Once . . .

When I was a lad I remember that dad was always my hero and my role model, while mom was the person that scolded me (quite often, as I recall), wiped my nose when it dripped, put her tongue to her handkerchief before trying to clean a spot of dirt from my wriggling face as I tried to avoid it, and otherwise watched over me most of the day. Thanks Mom!

In 1953 Hedda Hopper had retired as an actor and was writing a popular Hollywood gossip column, and on this day, she was chatting with a twenty-seven-year-old mother who had been acting in movies for several years.

The young actress was wearing a yellow pleated skirt and an angora sweater. Curled up in a chair in Hedda Hopper’s den, she looked like a very young teenager, even though she was approaching thirty years old.

Monica Elizabeth ‘Mona’ Freeman, the star of this drama, is a very young teenager at the beginning of this drama, with a gold-digging, vamp-of-a-mother who is expert at separating men from their money. She will teach her young daughter Ziggy everything there is to know about making fools out of men in search of love, and Ziggy is a very good student. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

James Dunn, Dorothy Vaughan
James Dunn, Dorothy Vaughan
Mother's Day sign
Mother's Day sign
Charles Flynn, Charles Quigley
Charles Flynn, Charles Quigley
Connie Leon
Connie Leon
Dorothy Vaughan
Dorothy Vaughan
Dorothy Vaughan, Tom Dillon
Dorothy Vaughan, Tom Dillon
Dorothy Vaughan
Dorothy Vaughan
Edythe Elliott
Edythe Elliott
Fay Helm
Fay Helm
Fay Helm, Mona Freeman
Fay Helm, Mona Freeman
Frank Jenks
Frank Jenks
Frank Jenks
Frank Jenks
James Dunn
James Dunn
James Dunn, Frank Jenks
James Dunn, Frank Jenks
James Dunn, Mona Freeman, Frank Jenks
James Dunn, Mona Freeman, Frank Jenks
James Dunn, Sarah Padden
James Dunn, Sarah Padden
William Marshall
William Marshall
James Dunn
James Dunn
Josephine Whittell
Josephine Whittell
Josephine Whittell, James Kirkwood
Josephine Whittell, James Kirkwood
Joy Gwynell
Joy Gwynell
June Duprez
June Duprez
June Duprez, Charles Arnt
June Duprez, Charles Arnt
June Duprez, James Dunn
June Duprez, James Dunn
June Duprez, Mona Freeman
June Duprez, Mona Freeman
Lester Dorr
Lester Dorr
Lucien Littlefield
Lucien Littlefield
Marion Martin
Marion Martin
Mary Newton
Mary Newton
Mona Freeman
Mona Freeman
Mona Freeman, Charles Arnt
Mona Freeman, Charles Arnt
Mona Freeman, Willene Luckett
Mona Freeman, Willene Luckett
Mona Freeman
Mona Freeman
Mona Freeman
Mona Freeman
Mona Freeman
Mona Freeman
Mona Freeman
Mona Freeman
Paul Harvey
Paul Harvey
Rosalind Ivan
Rosalind Ivan
Shirley Mills
Shirley Mills
Steve Pendleton
Steve Pendleton
Willene Luckett
Willene Luckett