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Maisie Was a Lady

Maisie Was a Lady(1941)

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A Hollywood Reporter production chart lists Rita Johnson and Henry O'Neill in the cast, but they did not appear in the released film. The CBCS erroneously lists the surname of the family as "Bigelow" instead of "Rawlston," and lists "Diana's" surname as "Winters" instead of "Webley." Reviews noted that this was the first of the "Maisie" films in which the title character was involved in a serious romantic relationship at the end of the film. This was also the first film in the series not based on a novel or story by Wilson Collison. On November 24, 1941, Ann Sothern, Lew Ayres and Maureen O'Sullivan recreated their roles for a Lux Radio Theatre version of the film. For additional information on the series, please consult the Series Index and the entry for Maisie (1939) in AFI Catalog of Feature Films, 1931-40; F3.2662.