Girl on the Run (December 15, 1953)

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Rosemary Pettit in Girl on the Run
 

Released on December 15, 1953: A girl hides out in a carnival as an exotic dancing girl because she and her boyfriend have been framed for murder.

Produced by Robert Presnell Sr.

Directed by Arthur J. Beckhard and Joseph Lee

The Actors: Richard Coogan (reporter Bill Martin), Rosemary Pettit (Janet), Frank Albertson (barker Hank Saunders), Harry Bannister (Clay Reeves), Edith King (Lil), Charles Bolender (Blake), George Marsh (newspaper managaging editor), Renee De Milo (Gigi, Burlesque Star), Scott Hale (policeman), Steve McQueen (extra), John Krollers (Red), Marlow (Burlesque Girl), Mike O'Dowd (Bat Milligan, boxer), Joseph Sulivan (Marty)

 

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Miss Pineapple of 1953, or Love on the Dole

So there's this carnival in town with hoochie-coochie girls dancing for wide-eyed 1953 men trying to get away from their wives, and a cop walks up and goes inside the tent without paying. Then some dude named Reeves talks to carnival owner Blake, played by Charles Bolender, but their conversation is interrupted as we watch some scantily clad dancing girls perform for the carnival crowd. We then meet the stars of the story, reporter Bill Martin, played by Richard Coogan, and his girlfriend Janet, played by Rosemary Pettit. We are just starting to understand what is going on when we segway back to Burlesque dancers trying to tease, trying to please, trying to amuse the guys watching. Then we go back to our murder mystery for a bit . . . oops . . . time to watch more 1953 girls dancing erotically in bikinis that are quite modest by today's standards. It seems that someone got killed, and the reporter is being framed for the murder . . . his girl hides out with the burlesque dancing girls . . . when the cops come the house-mom Lil orders our hero's girlfriend to take off her clothes so that the cops won't recognize her . . . did I mention that there are a half dozen burlesque dancers at this carnival, led by 1950's burlesque headliner Renee de Milo? Next there are a few lines about some murder that we may never really understand, and the dancing girls once again fill the screen and I'm starting to get real foggy on this murder thing . . . I think there was a murder, but it isn't becoming much clearer . . . oh . . . here come the dancing girls again . . . Don't worry about the murder, or the suspects, or the amateur detective reporter . . . Keep your eyes peeled on the screen for the dancing girls . . . . er . . . . Sorry about that, I drifted for a moment . . . Watch closely for legendary actor Steve McQueen in a crowd scene somewhere . . . if you can find him you'll be given a free ticket to watch the dancing girls inside their tent where they hoochie-coochie their legs off . . . Sheesh . . . here comes another annoying bit of dialogue about some murder or something . . . Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter on it and enjoy some mediocre acting surrounding some leggy dancing girls of 1953 . . . oops . . . excuse me for a moment, Renee de Milo is dancing again.

Charles Bolender, Edith King and Rosemary Pettit
Charles Bolender, Edith King and Rosemary Pettit
Charles Bolender and Edith King
Charles Bolender and Edith King
Charles Bolender and Harry Bannister
Charles Bolender and Harry Bannister
Charles Bolender and John Krollers
Charles Bolender and John Krollers
Charles Bolender and Renee de Milo
Charles Bolender and Renee de Milo
Charles Bolender
Charles Bolender
Edith King and Charles Bolender
Edith King and Charles Bolender
Edith King and Rosemary Pettit
Edith King and Rosemary Pettit
Edith King
Edith King
Frank Albertson and Richard Coogan
Frank Albertson and Richard Coogan
Harry Bannister, Charles Bolender and Frank Albertson
Harry Bannister, Charles Bolender and Frank Albertson
Harry Bannister and Charles Bolender
Harry Bannister and Charles Bolender
Harry Bannister
Harry Bannister
John Krollers
John Krollers
Renee de Milo
Renee de Milo
Renee de Milo and Edith King
Renee de Milo and Edith King
Renee de Milo and Richard Coogan
Renee de Milo and Richard Coogan
Renee di Milo
Renee de Milo
Renee di Milo in Girl on the Run
Renee de Milo in Girl on the Run
Renee de Milo
Renee de Milo
Richard Coogan, Mike O'Dowd and Frank Albertson
Richard Coogan, Mike O'Dowd and Frank Albertson
Richard Coogan and Mike O'Dowd
Richard Coogan and Mike O'Dowd
Richard Coogan and Rosemary Pettit
Richard Coogan and Rosemary Pettit
Richard Coogan and Scott Hale
Richard Coogan and Scott Hale
Richard Coogan and Charles Bolender
Richard Coogan and Charles Bolender
Richard Coogan and Charles Bolender
Richard Coogan and Charles Bolender
Richard Coogan and Rosemary Pettit
Richard Coogan and Rosemary Pettit
Rosemary Pettit, Edith King and Scott Hale
Rosemary Pettit, Edith King and Scott Hale
Rosemary Pettit and Edith King
Rosemary Pettit and Edith King
Rosemary Pettit and Richard Coogan
Rosemary Pettit and Richard Coogan
Rosemary Pettit dancing on stage with the burlesque girls
Rosemary Pettit dancing on stage with the burlesque girls
Scott Hale and Charles Bolender
Scott Hale and Charles Bolender
Scott Hale and Harry Bannister
Scott Hale and Harry Bannister
Scott Hale
Scott Hale