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Happy Go Lovely (September 3, 1951)

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Happy Go Lovely
 

Released on September 3, 1951: (running time 1 hour and 33 minutes) David Niven is a wealthy Scotsman pretending to be a poor newspaper reporter to win the love of a struggling actress.

Produced by Marcel Hellman

Directed by H. Bruce Humberstone

The Actors: David Niven (B.G. Bruno), Vera Ellen (Janet Jones), Cesar Romero (John Frost, producer), Bobby Howes (Charlie, Frost's stage manager), Diane Hart (Mae), Gordon Jackson (Paul Tracy, reporter for the Morning Express), Barbara Couper (Madame Amanda), Henry Hewitt (Dodds, Bruno's assistant), Gladys Henson (Mrs. Urquhart, landlady), Hugh Dempster (Bates, Bruno's chauffeur), Sandra Dorne (Betty Sommers, dancer who meets Bates), Joyce Carey (Bruno's secretary), John Laurie (Jonskill), Wylie Watson (stage door keeper), Joan Heal (Phyllis Gardiner), Hector Ross (Harold), Ambrosine Phillpotts (Lady Elizabeth 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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Somebody in Edinburgh’s Got to Keep their Sanity!

At the end of World War Two, Scotland decided that a festival was in order. In 1947 the first Edinburgh International Festival of the arts was held. The festival brings the best artists celebrating theatre, opera, music, dance and visual arts. It still happens every August and you can discover the details of the next event at the Festival Website:
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As our adventure opens Edinburgh is beginning the 1951 Festival, and a brassy American is trying to put on a Follies show featuring scantily clad dancing girls and gay, bright music. Of course, he has no money, and plenty of debts, and his production may not happen if the men who loaned him the money for his production pull the plug.

Fortunately, an American girl who is part of the chorus line is late for work, and as uncouth Americans are prone to do, she sticks out her thumb to ‘hitchhike’ a ride to the theater. Who should pick her up but the chauffeur of the wealthiest man in Scotland. This leads to that and everyone in the theatre comes to believe that American chorus line dancer Janet Jones, played by Vera-Ellen, is the fiancĂ© of the wealthy bachelor B.G. Bruno, played by David Niven. Oh, . . . . if it could only be so! Pop a big bowl of white kernel popcorn with plenty of warm melted butter drizzled over it and enjoy the show.

David Niven
David Niven
Vera-Ellen and David Niven
Vera-Ellen and David Niven
Vera-Ellen
Vera-Ellen
Bobby Howes and Vera-Ellen
Bobby Howes and Vera-Ellen
Cesar Romero and Bobby Howes
Cesar Romero and Bobby Howes
Cesar Romero and David Niven
Cesar Romero and David Niven
Cesar Romero and Sandra Dorne
Cesar Romero and Sandra Dorne
Cesar Romero and Sandra Dorne
Cesar Romero and Sandra Dorne
Cesar Romero
Cesar Romero
Cesar Romero
Cesar Romero
David Niven
David Niven
David Niven and Henry Hewitt
David Niven and Henry Hewitt
David Niven and Vera-Ellen
David Niven and Vera-Ellen
David Niven
David Niven
Diane Hart
Diane Hart
Diane Hart, Vera-Ellen and Gladys Henson
Diane Hart, Vera-Ellen and Gladys Henson
Diane Hart and Vera-Ellen
Diane Hart and Vera-Ellen
Diane Hart
Diane Hart
Diane Hart and Vera-Ellen
Diane Hart and Vera-Ellen
Diane Hart
Diane Hart
Gordon Jackson
Gordon Jackson
Hector Ross
Hector Ross
Henry Hewitt
Henry Hewitt
Henry Hewitt
Henry Hewitt
Hugh Dempster and Henry Hewitt
Hugh Dempster and Henry Hewitt
Hugh Dempster and Sandra Dorne
Hugh Dempster and Sandra Dorne
Hugh Dempster and Vera-Ellen
Hugh Dempster and Vera-Ellen
Joan Heal and Cesar Romero
Joan Heal and Cesar Romero
John Laurie
John Laurie
Joyce Carey
Joyce Carey
Molly Urquhart
Molly Urquhart
Vera-Ellen
Vera-Ellen
Vera-Ellen, Ambrosine Phillpotts and David Niven
Vera-Ellen, Ambrosine Phillpotts and David Niven
Vera-Ellen and David Niven
Vera-Ellen and David Niven
Vera-Ellen and David Niven
Vera-Ellen and David Niven
Vera-Ellen and David Niven
Vera-Ellen and David Niven
Vera-Ellen and Diane Hart
Vera-Ellen and Diane Hart
Vera-Ellen and Diane Hart
Vera-Ellen and Diane Hart
Vera-Ellen and Gladys Henson
Vera-Ellen and Gladys Henson
Vera-Ellen
Vera-Ellen
Vera-Ellen
Vera-Ellen
Wylie Watson
Wylie Watson