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|Also Known As:||Died:||May 19, 2011|
|Born:||November 14, 1922||Cause of Death:||heart failure|
|Birth Place:||New York City, New York, USA||Profession:||Cast ...|
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Cast (feature film)
It's 1973 and 15-year-old Natalie has just discovered that her college professor father is having an affair with one of his students. Unwilling to watch her family fall apart, she becomes a teenage agent provocateur, challenging the well hidden dysfunction laying just beneath the family's glossy ven
A light-skinned 17 year-old girl, conceived by artificial insemination and believing that her father is dead, discovers that he is alive, white, and the obnoxious local cable tv car salesman. She, her African-American bookstore-owner mother, and her newly found father must deal with what this revelation means for them.
This futuristic drama, containing Van Heflin's last performance, focuses on a young couple trying to circumvent the government's edict that limits each family to only one child. Heflin is a retired U.S. Senator who tries to help them in this film originally to have been called "The Day They Took the
Ray Henderson joins Buddy De Sylva and Lew Brown to form a successful 1920s musical show writing team. They soon have several hits on Broadway but De Sylva's personal ambition leads to friction as the other two increasingly feel left out of things.
A tempestuous girl from the swamps ignites passions when she moves into the business world.
The film was based on the popular daytime Mutual Broadcasting Company radio program that originated from New York on April 30, 1945 as "Queen For Today" and moved to Hollywood a few months later as "Queen For A Day", with Jack Bailey, former vaudeville music man and World's Fair barker, as the emcee host. The five-times-a-week, thirty minute doses spun over to television and lasted into the 70's. Bailey, in pre-airing interviews with audience members, would select 3-4 contestants who would pour out their (mostly pitiful) hearts explaining why they deserved to be Queen For A Day, and the audience selected the winner. The movie version was comprised of three short story segments which led some character to the television program.
Dance (feature film)
Actor Danny Kaye dances his way through comedy skits, monologues, and special guests.
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