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The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady (30-Mar-1950)

Director: David Butler

Writers: Jack Rose; Melville Shavelson; Peter Milne

Music Adapted by: David Buttolph

Producer: William Jacobs

Keywords: Musical

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Jane Darwell
15-Oct-1879 13-Aug-1967 The bird woman in Mary Poppins
June Haver
10-Jun-1926 4-Jul-2005 Irish Eyes Are Smiling
Gordon MacRae
12-Mar-1921 24-Jan-1986 Oklahoma
Sean McClory
8-Mar-1924 10-Dec-2003 The Quiet Man
Gene Nelson
24-Mar-1920 16-Sep-1996 Oklahoma!
Debbie Reynolds
1-Apr-1932 28-Dec-2016 Dancer, actress
S. Z. Sakall
2-Feb-1884 12-Feb-1955 Casablanca


June Haver   ...   Patricia O'Grady
Gordon MacRae   ...   Tony Pastor
James Barton   ...   Dennis O'Grady
S. Z. Sakall   ...   Miklos Teretzky
Gene Nelson   ...   Doug Martin
Sean McClory   ...   James Moore
Debbie Reynolds   ...   Maureen O'Grady
Marsha Jones   ...   Katie O'Grady
Jane Darwell   ...   Mrs. Murphy
Virginia Lee   ...   Virginia Lee


Review by Brian (posted on 18-Feb-2005)

This movie is an upbeat and entertaining gem. It should be on DVD ..the color of it is outstanding. Gordon Macrae is as always, great to see and hear. June Haver is beautiful and dances her feet off with great results. Tis a simple story of an Irish family, with 3 daughters and a very strict irish father with a firey temper. It's heartwarming and sweet in all the right places. Look for a very young and cute Debbie Reynolds as one of the O'GRADY girls. A great old fashioned musical that you can enjoy many times over! Hopefully it will appear on DVD very soon!

Review by Pam (posted on 19-Mar-2005)

I have loved "The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady" for many, many years. To this day, I would rather watch any Debbie Reynolds, Gene Kelly, Doris Day, or Gordon MacRae movie than anything made now.

I have been searching for this movie off and on forever. I had recorded it from tv on a VHS tape long ago and played it until it literally wore out.

I wish this movie and many more like it were released on VHS or DVD. I miss it, especially when it gets close to St. Patrick's Day.

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