- Acting of Lead Performers
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i can hold a grudge.
Priscilla lane can be so annoying.. she should be in oceans 8.
RELEVANT STORY LINE TO TODAY!
- Jane Carey
This is a wonderful movie that has themes that are very relevant to today's young people. So WHY isn't it on DVD? Why would we want this message to be lost to the new generations, when it could so easily be put on DVD and saved for all time? It boggles my mind that whomever is in charge of releasing this movie to DVD, doesn't put any thought or energy into DOING it?! And I'm surprised that TCM doesn't have any influence to get these old movies put on DVD. Please do!
YES, MY DARLING DAUGHTER is a very relevent film
- Jane C
It IS really surprising that this film was never put on DVD. It's such an advanced theme for 1939, and it would be good for young audiences to see. Priscilla Lane is a young, free-spirited young woman whose boyfriend is being sent overseas for 2 years. They decide to spend a weekend at a lake, which puts most of their friends and relatives in an uproar, fearing for her morality. It's a very well done film, and has a great cast including Fay Bainter & Roland Young (Topper) & Jeffrey Lynn. I really wish that ALL the "Daughter" films would be compiled into one DVD set.
Article neglects "Daughters Courageous"
The article for "Yes, My Darling Daughter" says that Jeffrey Lynn and Priscilla Lane were paired as stars in six movies, but it neglects their roles in "Daughters Courageous (1939)", a follow-up - but not a sequel - to "Four Daughters". They also both appeared in "Cowboy from Brooklyn (1938)," but in lesser roles.
Ive been waiting years to see this again
75 years later this movie is very relevent today. i always wondered if this movie had not been shown by 1939 the subject matter may have ben a bit taboo in the 40's or 50's. I'm a babyboomer and loved this film.