A Date with Judy
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"A Date with Judy" is a 1948 MGM musical film starring Wallace Beery, Jane Powell, and Elizabeth Taylor. Directed by Richard Thorpe, the movie was based on the radio series of the same name.
- country: United States of America
- language: English Language
- producer: Joe Pasternak
- art direction by Cedric Gibbons & Paul Groesse
- cinematography by Robert Surtees
- edited by Harold F. Kress
- music by Ernesto Lecuona
- costume design by Helen Rose
- set decoration by Edwin B. Willis & Richard Pefferle
- genres: Musical, Musical comedy, Comedy
- tagline: The best date you ever had!
- released on (66 years ago)
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by Jon D. Swartz, Robert C. Reinehr
A 30-minute situation comedy that was broadcast during 1941—1950 featuring a “lovable teenage girl,” A Date with Judy was much like other programs of the same type, highlighting comical problems with family and friends because of ...
by Jim Cox
Captain Midnight, The Chicago Theater of the Air, The Cisco Kid, Confession, Coronet Storyteller, Cousin Willie, The Danny Thomas Show, A Date with Judy, Dear Mom, The Don Ameche Show, Dragnet, Dujfy's Tavern, The Family Theater, ...
by David Thomson
If you wonder about other actresses who were fifteen, think of Elizabeth Taylor in A Date with Judy, Shirley Temple in Since You Went Away, Judy Garland in Love Finds Andy Hardy, Tuesday Weld in Rally Round the Flag Boys!, and Sue Lyon ...
by John McDonough, Karen Egolf
Suddenly Ford was a significant presence on radio, with JWT putting the company into sponsorship of more contemporary shows such as Philip Marlowe, A Date with Judy, and A Man Called X, and of star vehicles for Bob Crosby, Dinah Shore ...
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