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

I Surrender Dear (1948) DVD-R

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Starring Gloria Jean, David Street, Don McGuire, Alice Tyrrell, Robert

Emmett Keane

Directed by Arthur Dreifuss



Print: black/white

Runtime: 67 min.

Genre: musical

Print Quality: B



Patty Nelson, using the name of Parry Hart, auditions for and gets the job

as a band-singer with Al Tyler's orchestra. Al, of course, falls in love with

her and she with him. Back in Los Angeles, her father is a disc jockey and

objects to her career choice. At a party, Al announces he is leaving the

band and going to Hollywood to replace a disc jockey named Russ

Nelson, who is too old and out-of-touch. Not knowing the man is Patty's

father, Al does not know why she ran away. She flies to Hollywood to help

her father. Al shows up, and after a couple more plot developments, all

three team up on the air.

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Starring Gloria Jean, David Street, Don McGuire, Alice Tyrrell, Robert
Emmett Keane
Directed by Arthur Dreifuss

Print: black/white
Runtime: 67 min.
Genre: musical
Print Quality: B

Patty Nelson, using the name of Parry Hart, auditions for and gets the job
as a band-singer with Al Tyler's orchestra. Al, of course, falls in love with
her and she with him. Back in Los Angeles, her father is a disc jockey and
objects to her career choice. At a party, Al announces he is leaving the
band and going to Hollywood to replace a disc jockey named Russ
Nelson, who is too old and out-of-touch. Not knowing the man is Patty's
father, Al does not know why she ran away. She flies to Hollywood to help
her father. Al shows up, and after a couple more plot developments, all
three team up on the air.

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