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  • Radio's Philips Lord & 23yo Bette Davis

    • Auntranett
    • 7/11/09

    The character of Seth Parker was from the old Philips Lord's "Prairie Home Companion" radio program. Brought to the screne with as very young Bette Davis it is a delight. Set in New England with a real down-home feel to it, Davis is in her element as Lucy Duffy. Already she's started to steal the shows with amazing acting abilities to go deeply into character and bring audiences with her. I highly recommend this film and ask TCM to air it. The film is wholesome good stuff for the whole family.

  • On Turner Home Video: So Show it TCM!

    • Krystal74
    • 6/20/09

    Seth Parker was a radio character made famous by Phillips Lord on the show "A Prairie Home Companion." This time, the country gent helps Mary-Lucy Duffy (23yo Bette Davis, who's making her 3rd film appearance!) join her beloved, David Clark (Frank Albertson). The setting's in Maine, in the country, and all American is the old fashioned community values ways. The "Yankee Lady" (Davis would later be called) is right at home in this very low key Yankee community. Davis is already turning in remarkable performances that largely go under-noticed by the big wigs. This is an RKO Radio Picture with a runtime of 81 minutes on VHS. Please show this rare film TCM.

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    • f2008ilmzzz
    • 4/22/09

    Philips Lord created & played Seth Parker, a famous radio character. 23yo Bette Davis is presented as the leading lady who Seth Parker is going to help reunite with her love interest. Davis is clearly at home in a film about mellow village living on a farm in Maine. Her performance is so convincing that Phillips Lord's radio character & show is brought to life on the silver screen. I have the VHS by RKO which wasn't difficult to find. It's quite clear that Bette Davis is already going to make every scene a joy to watch.

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