Love Laughs at Andy Hardy (January 16, 1946)

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Mickey Rooney in Love Laughs at Andy Hardy
 

Released on January 16, 1946: Andy returns from WWII wanting to propose to his college sweetheart, but she not only dumps him, but she asks him to be the Best Man at her wedding.

Produced byRobert Sisk

Directed byWillis Goldbeck

The Actors: Mickey Rooney (Andy Hardy), Lewis Stone (Judge James Hardy), Sara Haden (Aunt Milly Forrest), Bonita Granvville (Kay Wilson), Lina Roma (Miss Isobel Gonzalez), Fay Holden ('Mom' Emily Hardy), Dorothy Ford (Coffy Smith), Hal Hackett (Duke Johnson), Dick Simmons (Dane Kittridge), Clinton Sundberg (Haberdashery Clerk), Geraldine Wall (Miss Hattie Geeves), Addison Richards (Mr. George Benedict), Richard Abbott (telegraph employee) Bob Alden (Jimmy the messenger boy), Jack Baker (dancer), Eddy Chandler (expressman), Boyd Davis (country club desk clerk), Dolores Dey (college coed), Eddie Dunn (Police Sergeant), William Frambes (boy), Jane Green (Dean's housekeeper), Holmes Herbert (Dr. White, college chapel minister), Si Jenks (driver for the contest), Nolan Leary (bus driver), Billy Lechner (freshman), Irving Lee (student), Lucien Littlefield (telegraph clerk), George Magrill (moving man with trunk), David McKim (the Western Union boy), Howard M. Mitchell (the conductor), Matt Moore (traffic cop), Ben Moselle (the second taxi driver), Shirley O'Hara (college coed), Sheila O'Malley (college coed), Dick Paxton (college freshman), Charles Peck (Tommy Gilchrest), Lee Phelps (Policeman), William McKeever Riley (college student), Ellen Ross (college coed), Syd Saylor (first taxi driver), Erin Selwyn (college coed), Buster Slaven (college freshman), Johnny Walsh (college freshman)

 

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Laughing at Love Lost and Life Found

Before 1964 all motion pictures in the U.S. had to be registered with the copyright office, and in the 28th year after release the registration had to be renewed with the copyright office, and a proper notice of registration must be included at the beginning or ending of the movie. If this was all done properly, the motion picture would not enter public domain until 95 years after its first release. MGM studios was nearly perfect with this task, and they rarely forgot to renew their movies in the 28th year after release. To the best of my knowledge this movie is the only episode of the 16 Andy Hardy movies that failed to be properly renewed in the 28th year. The first Andy Hardy movie was filmed in 1937, and in the next nine years fourteen more were released, and this one is number 15, with only one additional movie released several years later.

As our adventure opens it is New Year’s Day 1946 and Judge Hardy, his wife and Aunt Milly are getting ready to go to New Year’s church services when the doorbell rings. Mrs. Hardy opens the door and signs for a telegram delivery. Her son Andy has been serving in the Army during World War II and she knows that when the parents of a soldier get a telegram, it is seldom good news. Fearfully she opens the telegram and discovers something just about as bad as hearing that her son is dead . . . . She screams out to her husband that it is terrible news . . . . Their son Andy is Married!

When Judge Hardy, played by Lewis Stone, reads the telegram he smiles and tells mom Hardy that during World War One men were discharged from the Army, but in this new modern war men are ‘separated’ from the Army . . . . The telegram stating that Andy has been separated does not mean that he was married

Later, as Judge Stone, his wife and live-in Aunt Milly are walking into town to attend church services when a caravan of Army trucks drives through town and young Andy, played by Mickey Rooney, jumps off a truck as it rolls by. Andy soon meets the first girl in this story. Many of the Andy Hardy stories involve Andy’s trouble with girls and girlfriends . . . . He usually has more girlfriends than he can handle well and the comic situations he encounters come rolling by so quickly that we’ve barely stopped laughing from the last crises.

After a great dose of small-town homespun family comedy we discover the big crises . . . . Andy has given up all girls because he is truly in love. His heart belongs to his college sweetheart Kay, and now that he is back from the Army he will ask her to be his wife when they graduate college. Unfortunately, Kay has fallen in love with another man, and has a hard time telling Andy it is all over between them. This time instead of Andy having too many girlfriends and disappointing one or more of them, the shoe is on the other foot and Andy will be dumped by the only girl he really, truly loves. Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

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