Slightly French: Movie director John Gayle is fired by his best friend, a producer. He goes to the beach and wanders into a carnival. There he sees a cleaver Irish girl, Mary O'Leary, and decides to 'discover' her and regain his job. He takers her to his home and does a series of "Pygmalion" experiments with her. She becomes a fine actress and is hired by the movie studio, who believe her to be a FRench heiress. Gayle is hired to direct her but when she gives away the whole hoax, he is fired again.
|Ratings:||IMDB: N/A Metascore: N/A RT: N/A|
|Released:||February 02, 1949|
|Genres:||Comedy Romance Musical|
|Actors:||Adele Jergens Al Hill Bess Flowers Bill Wallace Carol Hughes Charles Jordan Charles Sherlock Cosmo Sardo Dick Gordon Don Ameche Dorothy Lamour Earl Brown Earle Hodgins Frank Ferguson Frank Mayo Frank Wilcox Franklyn Farnum Fred F Sears Fred Howard Hal K Dawson Jack Bruce Jack Del Rio Janis Carter Jeanne Manet Jeffrey Sayre Jimmy Lloyd Kernan Cripps Larry Steers Leonard Carey Michael Towne Myron Healey Patricia Barry Paul Bradley Pierre Watkin Robert Ryan Robert Williams Roy Darmour Sam Harris Symona Boniface Tom Kingston Wally Rose Will Stanton Willard Parker William Bishop|
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