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Linda, Be Good

Linda, Be Good(1947)

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The title card on the viewed print read: "I Was a Burlesque Queen formerly Linda Be Good." The film was copyrighted and reviewed under the title Linda Be Good. The viewed print contained reels one and three only; the above summary was completed with information from a cutting continuity found in copyright records. Actor Lennie Bremen's name is misspelled "Lenny" in the onscreen credits. According to Hollywood Reporter, John Hubbard was injured in a car crash during the production of this film. Hollywood Reporter news items add Matty Kemp and Martha Montgomery to the cast, but their appearance in the final film has not been confirmed. Although a Hollywood Reporter news item announced that Jack Mason was writing three songs for the picture, including "The Rhumba Bolero," only two songs composed by Mason were identified. A Daily Variety news item on July 8, 1947 noted that the theatre used to depict the burlesque house in the film was the Wilshire-Ebell Theatre in Los Angeles.