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

A Girl in a Million (1946) DVD-R

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Starring Hugh Williams, Joan Greenwood, Basil Radford,

Naunton Wayne and Eileen Joyce

Directed by Francis Searle



Print: black/white

Runtime: 90 min.

Genre: Comedy

Print Quality: B



 


Feminists beware! This blatantly sexist comedy may definitely raise a few hackles as it tells the story of a recently divorced inventor who becomes a scientist for the War Office to escape women, especially overtalkative, nagging ones like his ex-wife. Unfortunately, his female-free peace is disturbed when an American colonel and his mute daughter, who stopped speaking after a terrifying torpedo attack during a visit to Blighty, comes to work there. The inventor finds the quiet lassie utterly charming and so marries her. Unfortunately, soon afterward, the girl suffers another shock and begins talking again. Now it seems as if she is trying to make up for lost time and this drives the insensitive inventor crazy. They have a big fight and she ends up running away. Unfortunately, she is pregnant and so later agrees to return and never speak when he is around.
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Starring Hugh Williams, Joan Greenwood, Basil Radford,
Naunton Wayne and Eileen Joyce
Directed by Francis Searle

Print: black/white
Runtime: 90 min.
Genre: Comedy
Print Quality: B

 

Feminists beware! This blatantly sexist comedy may definitely raise a few hackles as it tells the story of a recently divorced inventor who becomes a scientist for the War Office to escape women, especially overtalkative, nagging ones like his ex-wife. Unfortunately, his female-free peace is disturbed when an American colonel and his mute daughter, who stopped speaking after a terrifying torpedo attack during a visit to Blighty, comes to work there. The inventor finds the quiet lassie utterly charming and so marries her. Unfortunately, soon afterward, the girl suffers another shock and begins talking again. Now it seems as if she is trying to make up for lost time and this drives the insensitive inventor crazy. They have a big fight and she ends up running away. Unfortunately, she is pregnant and so later agrees to return and never speak when he is around.

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