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It's a Great Feeling

It's a Great Feeling(1949)

Also Known As: Two Guys and a Gal |

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Brief Synopsis

When nobody at Warner Bros. will work with him, movie star Jack Carson decides to turn an unknown into his co-star.

Cast & Crew

David Butler Director
Doris Day Judy Adams
Jack Carson Himself
Bill Goodwin Arthur Trent
Irving Bacon Information clerk
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Additional Details

MPAA Ratings:  Premiere Info:  New York opening: 12 Aug 1949
Release Date:  1949 Production Date:  Ted*; AFI
16mm #186-1, Comm vid*
Color/B&W:  Color (Technicolor) Distributions Co:  Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.
Sound:  Mono (RCA Sound System) Production Co:  Warner Bros. Pictures, Inc.
Duration(mins):  84-85 Country:  United States
Duration(feet):  not available    
Duration(reels):  not available    

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  • Nice ending.

    Steve 2014-01-23

    Fascinating to see some of the top Warner Directors appearing as themselves in this film. And all the other Star cameos as others have written in previous... MORE>

  • It's a Great Feeling (1949)

    James Higgins 2010-04-02

    This movie is hysterically funny! Jack Carson and Dennis Morgan play themselves, making jabs at each other throughout. Doris Day is a delight. Great songs,... MORE>

  • It's a great movie

    Jarrod McDonald 2010-02-15

    I rather liked the script for this one and found it to be uniquely clever. It has a very self-reflexive view of Hollywood, at least the slice of life at... MORE>