Jeannie (September 6, 1941)

Jeannie
 

Released on September 6, 1941: (running time 1 hour and 35 minutes) A poor, naive, 'ugly duckling' Scottish girl searches for adventure in Vienna when she inherits a large amount of money.

Produced by Marcel Hellman

Directed by Harold French

The Actors: Barbara Mullen (Jeannie McLean), Wilfrid Lawson (James Joshua McLean), Gus McNaughton (Angus Whitelaw), Phyllis Stanley (Mrs. Whitelaw), Michael Redgrave (Stanley Smith), Percy Walsh (French customs agent), Albert Lieven (Count Erich von Wittgenstein), Kay Hammond (Margaret), Edward Chapman (Mr. Jansen), Hilda Bayley (Mrs. Jansen), Marjorie Fielding (Mrs. Murdoch), Philip Godfrey (restaurant car man), Googie Withers (laundry girl), Joss Ambler (hotel proprietor), Katie Johnson (Mathilda), Joan Kemp-Welch (Jeannie's sister Bessie), Rachel Kempson (Jeannie's sister Maggie), Wally Patch (porter), Brefni O'Rorke (quarantine officer), Anne Shelton (singer in club), Max Adrian (unknown), Peter Cozens (unknown), Lyn Evans (unknown), Ian Fleming (Reverend MacDonald), Meinhart Maur (unknown), Esme Percy (unknown), Sebastian Cabot (first man to kick the football), Frank Cellier (man who lost his keys), James Knight (unknown)

 

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Vienna Royalty, The Struggling Inventor, and the Naive Country Girl

Pat Mullen was a fisherman on a small island off the coast of County Galway, Ireland. He and his wife Bridget emigrated to the fishing waters off the coast of Boston, Massachusetts, where their daughter Barbara was born. Although she was an American citizen living in Boston, she got her authentic Irish accent from her parents, and at the age of twenty she moved to London to study at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art.

In 1939 she starred in a London stage play called Jeannie, about a homely Irish rural girl who goes to the Continent in search of adventure. This Cinderella story was so charming and well-received that two years into the play, this movie was made, launching Barbara Mullen’s motion picture career. Barbara made a handful of movies and television appearances, but Brits will most likely remember her as the housekeeper on the television show “Dr. Finlay’s Casebook.”

In this feel-good Cinderella adventure, when her father dies and she inherits what she thinks is a fortune, she decides to take a holiday exploring the Continent, and her naive innocence will make her the target of a gold-digging man that will sweep her off her feet, . . . until her money runs out, and she is stranded on a very unfriendly Continent, far from home. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Albert Lieven
Albert Lieven
Albert Lieven and Barbara Mullen
Albert Lieven and Barbara Mullen
Albert Lieven and Michael Redgrave
Albert Lieven and Michael Redgrave
Albert Lieven and Michael Redgrave
Albert Lieven and Michael Redgrave
Albert Lieven
Albert Lieven
Barbara Mullen
Barbara Mullen
Barbara Mullen and Albert Lieven
Barbara Mullen and Albert Lieven
Barbara Mullen and Michael Redgrave
Barbara Mullen and Michael Redgrave
Barbara Mullen and Phyllis Stanley
Barbara Mullen and Phyllis Stanley
Barbara Mullen
Barbara Mullen
Barbara Mullen
Barbara Mullen
Barbara Mullen meets Michael Redgrave
Barbara Mullen meets Michael Redgrave
Barbara Mullen
Barbara Mullen
Barbara Mullen
Barbara Mullen
Brefni O'Rorke
Brefni O'Rorke
Edward Chapman
Edward Chapman
Frank Cellier
Frank Cellier
Hilda Bayley and Michael Redgrave
Hilda Bayley and Michael Redgrave
Ian Fleming
Ian Fleming
Joan Kemp-Welch
Joan Kemp-Welch
Katie Johnson
Katie Johnson
Kay Hammond
Kay Hammond
Kay Hammond and Michael Redgrave
Kay Hammond and Michael Redgrave
Kay Hammond and Michael Redgrave
Kay Hammond and Michael Redgrave
Kay Hammond
Kay Hammond
Michael Redgrave
Michael Redgrave
Michael Redgrave
Michael Redgrave
Michael Redgrave and Barbara Mullen
Michael Redgrave and Barbara Mullen
Michael Redgrave and Hilda Bayley
Michael Redgrave and Hilda Bayley
Michael Redgrave and Joss Ambler
Michael Redgrave and Joss Ambler
Michael Redgrave and Barbara Mullen
Michael Redgrave and Barbara Mullen
Michael Redgrave
Michael Redgrave
Percy Walsh
Percy Walsh
Phyllis Stanley
Phyllis Stanley
Phyllis Stanley and Barbara Mullen
Phyllis Stanley and Barbara Mullen
Phyllis Stanley and Wilfrid Lawson
Phyllis Stanley and Wilfrid Lawson
Rachel Kempson
Rachel Kempson
Rachel Kempson and Joan Kemp-Welch
Rachel Kempson and Joan Kemp-Welch
Rachel Kempson
Rachel Kempson
Wally Patch
Wally Patch
Wilfrid Lawson
Wilfrid Lawson
Wilfrid Lawson
Wilfrid Lawson