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

Bring Your Smile Along (1955) DVD-R

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Starring Frankie Laine, Keefe Brasselle, Constance Towers, Lucy Marlow,

William Leslie

Directed by Blake Edwards



Print: color

Runtime: 83 min.

Genre: musical

Print Quality: B



Blake Edwards made his directorial debut in the bubbly musical comedy

Bring Your Smile Along. The story, written by Edwards and his longtime

associate-mentor Richard Quine, gets under way when New England

schoolmarm Nancy Willows (Constance Towers) heads to New York, there

to try her luck as a lyricist. Teaming with aspiring composer Martin Adams

(Keefe Brasselle), Nancy pens several hit tunes for crooner Jerry Dennis

(Frankie Laine). Martin would like to make his collaboration with Nancy a

little more intimate, but she happens to have a fella back home, David

Parker (William Leslie). Since David is as likeable as Martin, Nancy really

has a problem. Lucy Marlow, who the previous year had shown up briefly

in A Star is Born, is "introduced" as comedy-relief character Marge

Stevenson.

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Starring Frankie Laine, Keefe Brasselle, Constance Towers, Lucy Marlow,
William Leslie
Directed by Blake Edwards

Print: color
Runtime: 83 min.
Genre: musical
Print Quality: B

Blake Edwards made his directorial debut in the bubbly musical comedy
Bring Your Smile Along. The story, written by Edwards and his longtime
associate-mentor Richard Quine, gets under way when New England
schoolmarm Nancy Willows (Constance Towers) heads to New York, there
to try her luck as a lyricist. Teaming with aspiring composer Martin Adams
(Keefe Brasselle), Nancy pens several hit tunes for crooner Jerry Dennis
(Frankie Laine). Martin would like to make his collaboration with Nancy a
little more intimate, but she happens to have a fella back home, David
Parker (William Leslie). Since David is as likeable as Martin, Nancy really
has a problem. Lucy Marlow, who the previous year had shown up briefly
in A Star is Born, is "introduced" as comedy-relief character Marge
Stevenson.

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