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Rare classic movies on DVD! Our DVD-Rs are region-free, studio titles are Region 1.

Bring on the Girls (1945) DVD-R

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Starring Veronica Lake, Sonny Tufts, Eddie Bracken, Marjorie Reynolds, Johnny Coy, Alan

Mowbray, Grant Mitchell, Porter Hall, Thurston Hall, Lloyd Corrigan, Andrew Tombes, Frank

Faylen

Directed by Sidney Lanfield



Print: color

Runtime: 92 min.

Genre: musical

Print Quality: B



In this high-spirited musical comedy, J. Newport Bates (Eddie Bracken) is a millionaire who

finds women are only interested in him for his money. When he becomes infatuated with

Teddy Collins (Veronica Lake), a cigarette girl, he tries to hide his true identity from her,

hoping she'll be interested in him for himself rather than his bank account. However, once

Teddy figures out who he is, Bates drops her, and he is about to give up on women entirely

when he meets Sue Thomas (Marjorie Reynolds), a nice girl who isn't interested in his

money (or at least not yet). Musical satirists Spike Jones and his City Slickers also appear,

though most prints are missing a bit from one of their musical numbers: a verse from a

song that made fun of Eleanor Roosevelt was clipped after the film's initial engagements

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Starring Veronica Lake, Sonny Tufts, Eddie Bracken, Marjorie Reynolds, Johnny Coy, Alan
Mowbray, Grant Mitchell, Porter Hall, Thurston Hall, Lloyd Corrigan, Andrew Tombes, Frank
Faylen
Directed by Sidney Lanfield

Print: color
Runtime: 92 min.
Genre: musical
Print Quality: B

In this high-spirited musical comedy, J. Newport Bates (Eddie Bracken) is a millionaire who
finds women are only interested in him for his money. When he becomes infatuated with
Teddy Collins (Veronica Lake), a cigarette girl, he tries to hide his true identity from her,
hoping she'll be interested in him for himself rather than his bank account. However, once
Teddy figures out who he is, Bates drops her, and he is about to give up on women entirely
when he meets Sue Thomas (Marjorie Reynolds), a nice girl who isn't interested in his
money (or at least not yet). Musical satirists Spike Jones and his City Slickers also appear,
though most prints are missing a bit from one of their musical numbers: a verse from a
song that made fun of Eleanor Roosevelt was clipped after the film's initial engagements

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