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A Girl a Guy and a Gob (1941) starring George Murphy, Lucille Ball, Edmond O’Brien

A Girl a Guy and a Gob

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A Girl a Guy and a Gob (1941) starring George Murphy, Lucille Ball, Edmond O’Brien

A Girl a Guy and a Gob is a comedy romantic triangle. Hijinks ensue when a pert stenography is pursued by both her stuffy boss and a foot-loose sailor.

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Two Girls and a Sailor

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Two Girls and a Sailor, starring Van Johnson, Gloria DeHaven, June Allyson, Jimmy Durante

Synopsis of Two Girls and a Sailor

Emmy-nominee Van Johnson (“Too Young to Kiss,” “Thrill of a Romance“), Golden Globe-winner June Allyson (“Too Young to Kiss,” Little Women“) and Gloria Dehaven (“The Yellow Cab Man,” So This is Paris“) take part in a romance where one sister falls in love with a World War II sailor, but the sailor finds himself in love with the other sister instead.

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Blondie’s Reward

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Blondie’s Reward (1948) starring Penny Singleton, Arthur Lake, Jerome Cowan

In Blondie’s Reward, Dagwood is demoted to office boy because the Northside property he went out to buy turns out to be on the Southside.

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Rhythm Romance

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Rhythm Romance, starring Bob Hope, Shirley Ross, Gene Krupa, Una Merkel

Editorial review of  Rhythm Romance courtesy of Amazon.com

Bob Hope puts his best talents forward as Nicky Nelson, a fast-talking promoter with more angles than a funhouse. Originally titled Some Like It Hot (and since renamed for obvious reasons), the film follows the desperate schemes of a would-be entrepreneur seemingly on the verge of success. He’s got Gene Krupa’s band under his management and he’s in love with aspiring singer Shirley Ross, but after gambling away all his chances he’s left in the cold while his discoveries rise to glory without him, and he has one last shot to prove his worth.

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