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Happy Go Lucky (4-Jan-1943)

Director: Curtis Bernhardt

Writers: Walter DeLeon; Melvin Frank; John Jacoby; Norman Panama; Michael Uris

Keywords: Musical, Comedy

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Clem Bevans
16-Oct-1879 11-Aug-1963 Saboteur
Eric Blore
23-Dec-1887 2-Mar-1959 Sullivan's Travels
Eddie Bracken
7-Feb-1915 14-Nov-2002 Hail the Conquering Hero
Betty Hutton
26-Feb-1921 11-Mar-2007 Incendiary Blonde
Mary Martin
1-Dec-1913 3-Nov-1990 Peter Pan
Dick Powell
14-Nov-1904 2-Jan-1963 The Bad and the Beautiful
Rudy Vallee
28-Jul-1901 3-Jul-1986 Singer, actor, bandleader


Mary Martin   ...   Marjory Stuart
Dick Powell   ...   Pete Hamilton
Betty Hutton   ...   Bubbles Hennessy
Eddie Bracken   ...   Wally Case
Rudy Vallee   ...   Alfred Monroe
Mabel Paige   ...   Mrs. Smith
Eric Blore   ...   Betsman
Clem Bevans   ...   Mr. Smith
Rita Christiani   ...   Herself
Sir Lancelot   ...   Singer


Review by anonymous (posted on 17-Jul-2006)

This movie was absolutely fantastic and so well done and scripted. The actors all on here had a fantastic chemistry of interactions and played off one another brilliantly. As well as the catchy song: Happy Go Lucky! Which every once in a while I will have myself either humming the tune or singing parts of it. And that Betty Hutton, that is one cool chickadee, them songs she sang and the little skits was great. I love the kitchen scene and when the two (Mary Martin and Betty) walked out to the dinner patio with scorched dresses from the rear... so brilliantly done and thought of.

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