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The Stork Club (December 28, 1945)

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Betty Hutton in The Stork Club
 

Released December 28, 1945: A wealthy old man is saved from drowning by a hat-check girl at the Stork Club, and in appreciation he gives her a fortune . . . but when her boyfriend finds out, he thinks she is a 'kept woman'.

Produced by Buddy G. DeSylva

Directed by Hal Walker

The Actors: Betty Hutton (Judy Peabody), Barry Fitzgerald (Jerry B. 'J.B. Pops' Bates), Don DeFore (Sergeant Danny Wilton), Andy Russell (Jimmy 'Jim' Jones), Robert Benchley (Tom P. Curtis, the lawyer), Bill Goodwin (Sherman Billingsley, Stork Club owner), Iris Adrian (Gwen, Judy's friend), Mary Young (Mrs. Edith Bates), Charles Coleman (MacFiske, the butler), Perc Launders (Tom, the saxophone player), Mikhail Rasumny (Mr. Coretti, matire d'), Catherine Craig (Louella Parsons), Audrey Young (Jenny, hat check girl), Jean Acker (dress saleslady), Sam Ash (ringsider), Mae Busch (Vera), Anthony Caruso (Joe the fisherman), Frank Chalfant (Messenger with Bates' Gift for Judy), Edwin Chandler (Deb's escort), Mary Currier (Hazel Billingsley), Steve Darrell (Stork Club Captain #3), John Deauville (Yorke Towers elevator operator), Bruce Donovan (Bill, Stork Club starter), Gloria Donovan (Barbara Billingsley), Jimmie Dundee (Fred, fisherman), Franklyn Farnum (nightclub diner), Jack Gargan (nightclub extra), Diane Garrett (cigarette girl), Dorothy Garrett (cashier), William Haade (Army Sergeant dancing with Judy), William Halligan (Barny, theatrical agent), Reed Howes (patron), Darrell Huntley (Chuck, fisherman), Mary Icide (showgirl), Jerry James (the Canteen emcee), Roberta Jonay (Molly, hat check girl), Colin Kenny (nightclub extra), Audrey Korn (showgirl), Vivian Mason (showgirl), Georgia McCready (showgirl), William Meader (Bates' chauffeur), Harry Hays Morgan (diner at the Stork Club), Joan Morton (showgirl), Noel Neill (Jacqueline Billingsley), Roger Neury (Stork Club Captain #1), William Newell (Higgins, Judy's chauffeur), Tony Paton (Stork Club dishwasher), Renee Randall (showgirl), Jack Rice (Stork Club Captain #2), Elaine Riley (Deb), Cosmo Sardo (Rocco, Stork Club waiter), Jeffrey Sayre (nighclub dance extra), Jackie Shannon (cigarette girl), Paul Stanton (Mr. Hanson, Locke's credit manager), Jane Starr (Mess Patten, Billingsley's secretary), Grady Sutton (Peter, salesman), Beverly Thompson (showgirl), Alvina Tomin (showgirl), Miriam Vance (showgirl), Pierre Watkin (Mr. Gray), Audrey Westphal (showgirl), Douglas Wood (Dr. Marston)

 

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The Stork Club Babe

Don't ya just love those old movies that have a young fellow that's in love with a young girl . . . but innocent circumstances cause one of them believe that the other one is a skunk, and everything gets so messed up that it looks like they will never, ever, ever get together? But then somehow, some way, it all gets straightened out and everyone lives happily ever after? Well, this is one of the best, with all of the stars that you know and love.

Barry Fitzgerald, with his huggable personality and delicious Scottish accent, is a wealthy old gentleman that is mourning the loss of his wife. They got into a huge argument, and when she threatened to walk out on him, he told her to go ahead, he didn't care. So off she went, leaving wealthy 'JB' alone with all his money. So one day, he is walking by the water and his hat blows off and rolls towards the lake, and as he chases his hat, he falls in, and is drowning.

Lying in the sun nearby is beautiful blonde Betty Hutton, playing the part of nightclub hat-check girl Judy Peabody. She rushes into the water and saves J.B., and he is very grateful. He asks her what her name is and where she works. She thinks he is just a poor old guy, and tells him her name and that she is a hat-check girl at the Stork Club.

When J.B. gets back to his mansion, he calls for his lawyer, and decides to make Judy a wealthy girl in gratitude for saving his life. And he orders his lawyer to keep his name anonymous - she must never know who gave her all the money.

Now we have a beautiful young hat-check girl at the famous Stork Club who is suddenly wealthy beyond anyone’s dreams, and she can give no reasonable explanation of how she got her riches. Rumors will fly, and of course everyone believes that the beautiful young blonde must have done something very naughty for the money. Then her boyfriend gets out of the army and comes home to find his hat-check girlfriend rolling in cash, with no logical explanation. What’s an innocent young blonde to do? Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

Andy Russell
Andy Russell
Andy Russell and Betty Hutton
Andy Russell and Betty Hutton
Andy Russell
Andy Russell
Barry Fitzgerald
Barry Fitzgerald
Barry Fitzgerald
Barry Fitzgerald
Barry Fitzgerald, Betty Hutton and Iris Adrian
Barry Fitzgerald, Betty Hutton and Iris Adrian
Betty Hutton
Betty Hutton
Betty Hutton and Barry Fitzgerald
Betty Hutton and Barry Fitzgerald
Betty Hutton and Barry Fitzgerald
Betty Hutton and Barry Fitzgerald
Betty Hutton and Bill Goodwin
Betty Hutton and Bill Goodwin
Betty Hutton and Iris Adrian
Betty Hutton and Iris Adrian
Betty Hutton
Betty Hutton
Betty Hutton and Barry Fitzgerald
Betty Hutton and Barry Fitzgerald
Betty Hutton singing
Betty Hutton singing
Betty Hutton sunbathing
Betty Hutton sunbathing
Betty Hutton
Betty Hutton
Bill Goodwin and Barry Fitzgerald
Bill Goodwin and Barry Fitzgerald
Bill Goodwin
Bill Goodwin
Charles Coleman
Charles Coleman
Don DeFore and Betty Hutton
Don DeFore and Betty Hutton
Don DeFore and Robert Benchley
Don DeFore and Robert Benchley
Don DeFore
Don DeFore
Grady Sutton
Grady Sutton
Iris Adrian and Betty Hutton
Iris Adrian and Betty Hutton
Iris Adrian and Betty Hutton
Iris Adrian and Betty Hutton
Iris Adrian
Iris Adrian
Mary Young and Betty Hutton
Mary Young and Betty Hutton
Mary Young
Mary Young
Mikhail Rasumny and Betty Hutton
Mikhail Rasumny and Betty Hutton
Robert Benchley
Robert Benchley
Robert Benchley
Robert Benchley
William Newell
William Newell