Sweet Rosie O'Grady

Sweet Rosie O'Grady

Betty Grable
Director: Irving Cummings Cast: Betty Grable
Betty Grable
, Robert Young
Robert Young
, Adolphe Menjou
Adolphe Menjou
Irving Cummings

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In this semi-remake of Love is News (37), Betty Grable stars as a Gay-Nineties Bowery saloon singer. Ever seeking an opportunity for advancement, Grable heads to London, becomes a highbrow musical comedy "artiste," and concocts a scheme to land a wealth duke (Reginald Gardiner). Her plan is foiled by a snoopy reporter (Robert Young) from the Police Gazette who has long been a thorn in Grable's side. Young's motive has nothing to do with dishing out gossip; he's in love with Betty and wants her for his own. Tuneful frolics like Sweet Rosie O'Grady seem to be the collective reason that Technicolor was invented.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/27/2012
UPC: 0024543810735
Original Release: 1943
Rating: NR
Source: Fox Mod
Presentation: [Full Frame]
Time: 1:16:00
Sales rank: 28,159

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Betty Grable Madeleine Marlowe,Rosie O'Grady
Robert Young Sam MacKeever
Adolphe Menjou Thomas Moran
Reginald Gardiner Duke of Trippingham
Virginia Grey Edna Van Dyke
Phil Regan Singer
Sig Rumann Joe Flugelman
Alan Dinehart Arthur Skinner
Hobart Cavanaugh Clark
Frank Orth Taxi Driver
Jonathan Hale Mr. Fox
Stanley Clements Danny
Byron Foulger Rimplemayer
Lilyan Irene Grace
Hooper Atchley Salesman
John Dilson Actor
Edward Earle Salesman
Mary Gordon Actor
Joseph King Burl Ship Official
Perc Launders Photographer
Connie Leon Charwoman
Paul Maxey Actor
Cyril Ring Actor
Herb Vigran Actor
Bruce Warren Actor
Sam Wren Actor
St. Brendan's Choir Themselves
Leo Diamond & Solitaires Himself
Gabriel Canzona Hurdy Gurdy Man with Monkey
James Metcalfe Actor
Oliver Blake White, the artist
Paul E. Burns Farmer
George Chandler Kelly
Hal K. Dawson Poindexter
Walter Fenner Brooks, the editor
Gus Glassmire Rogers, the editor
Dorothy Granger Singer
Bert Hicks Morley
Edward Keane Little
John Kelly Andrews
Ken Lundy Benny
Louis Mason Farmer
Milton Parsons Madison
Charles Trowbridge Husband
Eddy Waller Shopkeeper
Billy Wayne Weston
Walter S. Baldwin Mailman
Al Hill Ellis, the editor
Robert E. Homans Barney

Technical Credits
Irving Cummings Director
James Basevi Art Director
Ken Englund Screenwriter
Mack Gordon Songwriter
Charles Henderson Musical Direction/Supervision
Frank E. Hughes Set Decoration/Design
William Lipman Screenwriter
Thomas K. Little Set Decoration/Design
Alfred Newman Musical Direction/Supervision
Ernest Palmer Cinematographer
Hermes Pan Choreography
William Perlberg Producer
Fred Sersen Special Effects
Robert L. Simpson Editor
Frederick Stephani Screenwriter
Harry Warren Songwriter
Joseph C. Wright Art Director

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