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Viewers' Choice


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Ginger Rogers. Today Open Air viewers have the chance to phone in and vote for one of the following sparkling romantic comedies: Lucky Partners with Ronald Colman.
A sweepstake win brings
David and Jean together, but their celebration holiday to Niagara Falls has more than just romantic consequences! Screenplay by ALLAN SCOTT and JOHN VAN DRUTEN based on the story Bonne Chance by SACHA GUITRY
Vivacious Lady with James Stewart. A young professor impulsively marries a New York nightclub singer and then has to return to his small-town home to face another kind of music! Screenplay by P. J. WOLFSON and ERNEST PAGANO
Tom, Dick and Harry Ginger plays a small-town telephone girl who has the enviable task of deciding which of three attractive suitors - George Murphy , Burgess Meredith or Alan Marshal - she should choose. Screenplay by PAUL JARRICO Produced by ROBERT SISK Directed by GARSON KANIN
0 FILMS: page 25
PROFILE: page 27


Unknown: Ginger Rogers.
Unknown: Ronald Colman.
Unknown: Allan Scott
Unknown: John van Druten
Unknown: Sacha Guitry
Produced By: George Haight
Directed By: Lewis Milestone
Unknown: James Stewart.
Unknown: P. J. Wolfson
Unknown: Ernest Pagano
Produced By: Pandro S. Berman
Directed By: George Stevens
Directed By: Harry Ginger
Unknown: George Murphy
Unknown: Burgess Meredith
Unknown: Alan Marshal
Play By: Paul Jarrico
Produced By: Robert Sisk
Directed By: Garson Kanin

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