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Yes, My Darling Daughter(1939)

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  • YES, MY DARLING DAUGHTER is a very relevent film

    • Jane C
    • 5/23/13

    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"

    • Ron
    • 9/20/09

    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

    • fern
    • 7/5/09

    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.

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