Two Blondes and a Redhead (1947)


In this musical, a young socialite reluctantly attends an exclusive school; she would rather be working on becoming a Broadway star. She is so determined to be one that she begins ditching her classes to work as a chorus girl in a musical. Following the show’s closing, she invites two fellow dancers to visit her home. Musical mayhem and romance ensue. Songs include: “On the Sunny Side of the Street,” “It’s So Easy,” “All I Know Is Si Si” (Doris Fisher, Allan Roberts), “Boogie Woogie from Nowhere” (Saul Chaplin).

Director: Arthur Dreifuss.
Writers: Victor McLeod (screenplay) & Jameson Brewer (screenplay), Harry Sauber (story) (as Harry Rebuas) & Paul Rebuas (story).
Stars: Jean Porter, Jimmy Lloyd, June Preisser, Judy Clark, Rick Vallin, Douglas Wood, Charles Smith, Regina Wallace, John Meredith, Dian Fauntelle, Joanee Wayne, Tony Pastor, Tony Pastor’s Orchestra.



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