Calendar Girl (January 31, 1947)

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Jane Frazee in Calendar Girl
 

Released January 31, 1947: Jane Frazee is courted by both an artist and a songwriter in this turn of the century romantic musical comedy.

Produced by Allan Dwan

Directed by Allan Dwan

The Actors: Jane Frazee (Patricia O'Neill), William Marshall (Johnny Bennett), Gail Patrick (Olivia Radford), Kenny Baker (Byron Jones), Victor McLaglen (Matthew O'Neill), Irene Rich (Lulu Varden), James Ellison (Steve Davis), Janet Martin (Tessie), Franklin Pangborn ('Dilly' Dillingsworth), Gus Schilling (Ed Gaskin), Charles Arnt (Captain Olsen), Lou Nova (Clancy), Emory Parnell (the Mayor), Wanita Charles (Juanita), Robert Cherry (masher), Gino Corrado (Tony the cook), Arvon Dale (bass fiddler), William 'Wee Willie' Davis (Swedish tug of war man), Lloyd Ford (Irish tug of war man), Ralph Freeto (kid), Earle Hodgins (official), Vic Holbrook (Swedish tug of war man), Burton Jones (O'Toole), Edward Keane (Battalion Chief), Ethelreda Leopold (Rose O'Grady), Casey MacGregor (tough), Helen McAllister (Sarah), James Menzies (masher), Ralph Montgomery (Dandy), Tex Mooney (Swedish tug of war man), Spec O'Donnell (tough), 'Snub' Pollard (masher), Victor Potel (fireman), Bill Radovich (Irish tug of war man), Keith Richards (violinist), Chuck Roberson (Swedish tug of war man), Tommy Ryan (kid), Jack Shea (Irish tug of war man), Shelah Shutan (Harriett), Mickey Simpson (Swedish tug of war man), Buster Slaven (masher), Gordon Wynn (oboe player)

 

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Knocking the Stuffing out of Love

When I was a young teen in the 1960’s there were two places in the U.S. that were famous for hosting the young adults that didn’t fit into society’s mold . . . On the west coast the long-haired hippies wearing psychedelic tie-dyed t-shirts that wanted to revolt against growing up gathered famously around the Haight-Asbury district of San Francisco. On the east coast the young adults that followed dreams that their families didn’t approve of gathered in the Greenwich Village area of New York City. A half a century earlier, at the turn of the century, Greenwich Village was already the center for dreamers, dancers, artists, musicians and actors.

This 1947 movie takes us back a generation to 1900 Greenwich Village and the story of two boys and one girl searching for love and their place in life. Lulu Varden, played by Irene Rich, rents rooms in her large Greenwich Village home to aspiring actors, actresses, musicians and artists. Jane Frazee, the star of the movie, is Patricia O’Neal, daughter of a New York City fireman, and they live next door to the house filled with young actors and musicians. On this day two new fellows are moving into the house, Johnny and Steve, and they both see Patricia at the same time and both decide to try to date her. Patricia, aspiring to become an actress on Broadway, likes both boys, but she is attracted to one of them more than the other. Aspiring artist Steve is the son of a wealthy Boston banker and he is dripping with money, while aspiring song writer Johnny is always broke. Patricia is no fool, and she tries to flirt with the wealthy banker’s son more than with poor Johnny. . . . . And the wealthy banker’s son who wants to get really close to Patricia. . . . Now might be a good time to tell you about Olivia. . . . She is engaged to the wealthy banker’s son and they intend to get married as soon as he has sown his wild oats and played with enough young girls. . . . . And Patricia is his next target. . . . . While Patricia chases wealthy Steve, and Steve chases beautiful Patricia, poor Johnny pines for Patricia without much hope of ever catching her. Patricia will chase after the wealthy boy until she catches the poor fellow. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn drizzled with plenty of warm melted butter and enjoy the show.

Franklin Pangborn
Franklin Pangborn
Franklin Pangborn
Franklin Pangborn
Gail Patrick and William Marshall
Gail Patrick and William Marshall
Gail Patrick
Gail Patrick
Gus Schilling and James Ellison
Gus Schilling and James Ellison
Gus Schilling
Gus Schilling
Irene Rich and Franklin Pangborn
Irene Rich and Franklin Pangborn
Irene Rich and Franklin Pangborn
Irene Rich and Franklin Pangborn
Irene Rich and Jane Frazee
Irene Rich and Jane Frazee
Irene Rich, Victor McLaglen and Jane Frazee
Irene Rich, Victor McLaglen and Jane Frazee
Irene Rich and Victor McLaglen
Irene Rich and Victor McLaglen
James Ellison and Irene Rich
James Ellison and Irene Rich
James Ellison, Jane Frazee and William Marshall
James Ellison, Jane Frazee and William Marshall
James Ellison and Jane Frazee
James Ellison and Jane Frazee
James Ellison, Kenny Baker and William Marshall
James Ellison, Kenny Baker and William Marshall
James Ellison and William Marshall
James Ellison and William Marshall
James Ellison
James Ellison
Jane Frazee and Irene Rich
Jane Frazee and Irene Rich
Jane Frazee
Jane Frazee
Janet Martin and Irene Rich
Janet Martin and Irene Rich
Janet Martin and Kenny Baker
Janet Martin and Kenny Baker
Keith Richards
Keith Richards
Kenny Baker and Janet Martin
Kenny Baker and Janet Martin
Victor McLaglen and Charles Arnt
Victor McLaglen and Charles Arnt
Victor McLaglen and Charles Arnt
Victor McLaglen and Charles Arnt
Victor McLaglen and Irene Rich
Victor McLaglen and Irene Rich
Victor McLaglen and Irene Rich
Victor McLaglen and Irene Rich
Victor McLaglen
Victor McLaglen
William Marshall
William Marshall
William Marshall, Gail Patrick and James Ellison
William Marshall, Gail Patrick and James Ellison
William Marshall
William Marshall