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Pillow To Post (1945) -- (Movie Clip) All You Have To Do Is Marry Me! As oil-equipment sales-person Jean in wartime Southern California, Ida Lupino has been hoping to waylay a Lieutenant to pose as her husband so she can secure a cabin at a military trailer park, just about giving up when William Prince as Lt. Mallory happens by, in Pillow To Post, 1945.
Pillow To Post (1945) -- (Movie Clip) Watcha Say? (Louis Armstrong) Ida Lupino as sales-gal Jean is juggling William Prince as soldier Don, posing as her husband so she could get military housing, and Johnny Mitchell as client Slim, who wanted a dinner date, while Louis Armstrong leads his band with Dorothy Dandridge singing a tune by Burton Lane and Ted Koehler, in Pillow To Post, 1945.
That Hagen Girl (1947) -- (Movie Clip) That Girl's Life Harry Davenport is the old lawyer in fictional Jordan, Ohio, sending protege Tom (Ronald Reagan) away because of the false rumor that he's the father of an adopted girl, who'll grow up to be Shirley Temple, with friend Jean Porter, loafer Tom Fadden inquiring, early in That Hagen Girl, 1947.
That Hagen Girl (1947) -- (Movie Clip) That Octopus Came Creeping Up On Me Popular but nervous at the junior-college dance, Shirley Temple as Mary (title character) with a minor wardrobe malfunction when she’s assaulted by previously benevolent Dewey (Conrad Janis), busted by Miss Grover (Kathryn Card) then defended by Miss Kane (Lois Maxwell), early in That Hagen Girl, 1947, also starring Ronald Reagan.
That Hagen Girl (1947) -- (Movie Clip) I Left A Mark Adopted junior-college student Mary (Shirley Temple) is checking out yearbook pictures of her presumed birth-mother, when teacher Julia (Lois Maxwell), who just did her a solid, shows up, their chat ending as lawyer Tom (Ronald Reagan) her rumored father, arrives, in That Hagen Girl, 1947.
That Hagen Girl (1947) -- (Movie Clip) There's Nothing To Tell Panic in the small Midwestern town to which Ronald Reagan, as lawyer Tom, has just returned, because Shirley Temple (title character) appears to have drowned herself, because she just learned that everyone (wrongly) thinks she’s his illegitimate daughter, Rory Calhoun and Conrad Janis her spurned boyfriends, Dorothy Peterson and Charles Kemper her adoptive parents, Guy Wilkerson as Link, in That Hagen Girl, 1947.
Two Guys From Milwaukee (1946) -- (Movie Clip Hooking Up With A Prince Nearing the end, New York cabbie Buzz (Jack Carson) is trying to persuade his longtime gal Connie (Joan Leslie) to choose him over visiting European prince Henry (Dennis Morgan), with whom he’s now reconciled, and who’s about to address his country by radio, in Two Guys From Milwaukee, 1946.
Two Guys From Milwaukee (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Pennsylvania Station Opening the first Dennis Morgan-Jack Carson buddy comedy, Dennis is a prince from somewhere (and a Lauren Bacall fan) arriving Penn Station on the train, S.Z. Sakall his assistant, and Jack a cabbie with other matters on his mind, in Two Guys From Milwaukee, 1946, co-starring Joan Leslie.
Two Guys From Milwaukee (1946) -- (Movie Clip) It's The Royal Seal Dennis Morgan is Prince Henry, gone incognito in New York, having his mustache removed at a barber shop, as his pal, Cabbie Buzz (Jack Carson) pawns his royal cigarette case, and we meet Buzz’s gal, manicurist Connie (Joan Leslie) and her pal Polly (Janis Paige), in Two Guys From Milwaukee, 1946.
Two Guys From Milwaukee (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Aren't You Lauren Bacall? Manicurist Connie (Joan Leslie) drags boyfriend Buzz (Jack Carson) along to see off now former-prince Henry (Dennis Morgan), catching the plane for Milwaukee, and she tricks them both, and Warner Bros. executes the only known Bogart-Bacall cameo, the finalè in Two Guys From Milwaukee, 1946.
Two Guys From Milwaukee (1946) -- (Movie Clip) Some Balkan Playboy The principals meet, Jack Carson as New York cabbie Buzz, and Dennis Morgan as a European prince who has ditched his entourage on arrival at Penn Station in New York, seeking real life experience, together meeting Happy (Tom D’Andrea) at the diner, in Two Guys From Milwaukee, 1946.
Pillow To Post (1945) -- (Movie Clip) Winifred's Strange And He's My Brother Ida Lupino is oil well equipment sales gal arriving amid a Southern California military housing crisis, with Anne O’Neal the USO lady, letting herself be mistaken for a military bride, then meeting Mrs. Wingate (Ruth Donnelly) and Lucile (Willie Best), in Pillow To Post, 1945.