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Saturday Cinema Double Bill: Ziegfeld Girl

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starring
James Stewart Judy Garland Hedy Lamarr Lana Turner
At the beginning of the century, the ambition of every American chorus girl was to appear in the Ziegfeld Follies. MGM's lavish film cast three of their most glittering stars as chorus girls.
Screenplay by MARGUERITE ROBERTS and SONYA LEVIEN
Produced by PANDRO S. BERMAN Directed by ROBERT Z. LEONARD and at 3.40
Three Little Words starring
Fred Astaire Vera-Ellen
Red Skelton
Another scintillating MGM musical that brings together Fred Astaire as Bert Kalmar and comedian Red Skelton as Harry Ruby, the famous songwriting team of the 20s. Their tempestuous creative relationship is traced with a generous selection of their songs, including 'Three little words' and 'You are my lucky star'.
Screenplay by GEORGE WELLS
Songs by BERT KALMAR , HARRY RUBY Produced by JACK CUMMINGS Directed by RICHARD THORPE
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Contributors

Unknown: James Stewart
Unknown: Judy Garland
Unknown: Hedy Lamarr
Unknown: Lana Turner
Unknown: Marguerite Roberts
Unknown: Sonya Levien
Produced By: Pandro S. Berman
Directed By: Robert Z. Leonard
Unknown: Fred Astaire
Play By: George Wells
Songs By: Bert Kalmar
Songs By: Harry Ruby
Produced By: Jack Cummings
Directed By: Richard Thorpe
Gilbert Young: James Stewart
Susan Gallagher: Judy Garland
Sandra Kolter: Hedy Lamarr
Sheila Regan: Lana Turner
Frank Merten: Tony Martin
Jerry Regan: Jackie Cooper
Geoffrey Collis: Ian Hunter
'Pop' Gallagher: Charles Winninger
Bert Kalmar: Fred Astaire
Harry Ruby: Red Skelton
Jessie: Brown Kalmar
Eileen Percy: Arlene Dahl
Charlie Kope: Keenan Wynn
Helen Kane: Debbie Reynolds
Terry Lordel: Gale Robbins
Mrs Carter De Haven: Gloria de Haven

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Saturday Cinema Double Bill: Ziegfeld Girl

BBC Two England, 1 December 1984 13.35






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