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The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady(1950)

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  • Daughte of Rosie Ogrady

    • John Hill
    • 11/14/10

    Gordon McCrea singing The Rose Of Tralee is utterly entrancing.One of the most marvellous voices of all time and a wonderful looking all American guy.It is hard to belive talent and looks are so fleeting as Gordon has been gone for 24 yrs and June Haver who was always delightful and beautiful has been gone for awhile.

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    • Paul Sprenger
    • 4/8/10

    I would truly like to see this classic 1950 movie released on DVD. I would purchase it, if available. I remembered seeing this movie in the theater,when I was 9 years old,I am now 69. I found the movie to be a"very warm and sentimental" Family film,as it related very much to family.A widower raising his three daughters,who very much missed his wife,who had passed away,and the daughters,who had good memories of their Mother. Their father,blames the hard life of the theater that prematurely ended his wife's life,and never again wants to be reminded about the theater. He reacts when he finds out that his second daughter,Patricia is very interested in joining the theater and does so against her father's wishes.The story kind of gets a little dis-jointed along this time,but things turn out for the good of the whole family,when the father realizes that his negative attitude towards his daughter is not right either. The film does end with a happy note and you feel good about the end results. I very much enjoyed this movie and hope that Warner Bros. will release this movie soon for home video. This is a musical that the Whole Family should enjoy.

  • Tear Jerker

    • Alicia
    • 8/17/08

    I watched this movie as a child of 5 and stay up all night to watch the late show the late late Show and the late late late show. As well as Dialing for Dollars. This movie and the Continuing ones where great. The use to always come on during St. Patrick day and I'd glue my self to the coach to watch it. I've been looking for these movies since I've became in adult and can not find them. Its such a sham that these movies are lost and can not be found. These actors and actresses are forgotten and misplaced. Some one tell me if you find this movie and others like it.

  • Another great Warner Brothers muscial

    • Jack Phillippe
    • 8/11/07

    This one of Warner Brothers best. You can have MGM--when Warner Brothers made a musical, it out classed them all. It has the introduction of Debbie Reynolds to the film world and of course the underrated June Haver with Gordon MacRae doing the singing. I just wish some one would show this film again.

  • who's having the baby

    • Penny Loken-Evans
    • 2/19/07

    I saw this movie many years ago and it's so critical to the era when one was seen with the right people, for parents who wanted their daughters to marry up and the turmoil that goes with real love and arrainged love.

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