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    Listen, Darling (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Zing! Went The Strings

    Assembly ending the school year, "Pinkie" (Judy Garland, with a James Hanley song that became a standard for her), honors her widowed mom (Mary Astor), and schemes with pal "Buzz" (Freddie Bartholomew) to keep banker Drubbs (Gene Lockhart) at a distance, opening MGM's Listen, Darling, 1938.

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Listen, Darling (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Zing! Went...
Assembly for the end of the school year, "Pinkie" (Judy...
Listen, Darling (1938) -- (Movie Clip) Zing! Went The Strings
Assembly ending the school year, "Pinkie" (Judy Garland, with a James Hanley song that became a standard for her), honors her widowed mom (Mary Astor), and schemes with pal "Buzz" (Freddie Bartholomew) to keep banker Drubbs (Gene Lockhart) at a distance, opening MGM's Listen, Darling, 1938. >
Listen, Darling (1938) -- (Movie Clip) That's...
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Listen, Darling (1938) -- (Movie Clip)...
Listen, Darling (1938) -- (Movie Clip) That's A Very Lovely Mother
"Buzz" (Freddie Bartholomew), barely boyfriend to Judy Garland (not seen here), daughter of widow Dotty (Mary Astor), on a camping trip discovers Thurlow (Walter Pidgeon), who seems just the guy to prevent a potential marriage the kids don't want, in MGM's Listen, Darling, 1938.>
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Listen, Darling (1938) -- (Movie Clip) I Didn't Learn Much
Early exposition and strong feelings, as Pinkie (Judy Garland), beginning the summer holiday, all-but tells her widowed mother "Dotty" (Mary Astor) she should not marry an eligible local banker, in Listen, Darling, 1938, from producer Jack Cummings at MGM>>
Listen, Darling - (Original Trailer)

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Listen, Darling - (Original Trailer)
Two children try to find a new husband for their widowed mother in Listen, Darling (1938) starring Judy Garland.>
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