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Happy Go Lovely (September 3, 1951)

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Farley Granger and Shelly Winters in Behave Yourself

Released on September 3, 1951: David Niven plays a wealthy Scotsman pretending to be a poor newspaper reporter to win the love of a struggling actress.

Directed by H. Bruce Humberstone

The Actors: David Niven (B.G. Bruno), Vera Ellen (Janet Jones), Cesar Romero (John Frost), Bobby Howes (Charlie), Diane Hart (Mae), Gordon Jackson (Paul Tracy), Barbara Couper (Madame Amanda), Henry Hewitt (Dodds), Gladys Henson (Mrs. Urquhart), Hugh Dempster (Bates), Sandra Dorne (Betty), Joyce Carey (Bruno's secretary), John Laurie (Jonskill), Wylie Watson (stage door keeper), Joan Heal (Phyllis Gardiner), Hector Ross (Harold), Ambrosine Phillpotts (Lady Martin), Molly Urquhart (Madame Amanda's assistant), David Lober (principal dancer), Jonathon Lucas (principal dancer), Jack Billings (principal dancer), Douglas Scott (dancer), Rolf Alexander (principal dancer), Leon Biedkyski (principal dancer), Archie Duncan (police inspector), Kay Kendall (secretary).


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The story is set in Scotland, where B.G. Bruno, a millionaire owner of a greeting card company meets a troupe of actors in search of a finacial backer for their show. They believe that he is only a newspaper reporter, and treat him as such. He falls in love with one of the actresses, and decides to secretly finance the show. Throughout the movie misunderstandings and comic incidents threaten their growing relationship.