Albert Mannheimer


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Three Daring Daughters (1948) -- (Movie Clip) The Dickey Bird Tess, Alix and Ilka (Jane Powell, Mary Eleanor Donahue, Ann E. Todd) have just been told their fashion-editor single mom (Jeanette MacDonald) needs to take a cruise, and it's settled with a song by Howard Dietz and Sammy Fein, in Three Daring Daughters, 1948, from MGM producer Joe Pasternak.
Three Daring Daughters (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Never A Serious Divorce Sisters Jane Powell, Mary Eleanor Donahue, and Ann E. Todd visit publisher Nelson (Edward Arnold), guarded by his secretary (Dick Simmons), in the mistaken belief that he employs their father, Jane's song "Passepied," attributed to French composer Leo Delibes, in Three Daring Daughters, 1948.
Three Daring Daughters (1948) -- (Movie Clip) Where There's Love Divorced fashion editor and single mom Louise (Jeanette MacDonald), resting on doctor's orders on a cruise to Cuba, joins pianist Jose Iturbi (playing himself) for a song by Richard Strauss, with lyrics by Earl Brent, in MGM's Three Daring Daughters, 1948, co-starring Jane Powell.
Born Yesterday (1950) -- (Movie Clip) Practically Blind On their tour of the capital city, reporter Verrall (William Holden), hired by her boyfriend to educate Billie (Judy Holliday), grows more interested, a famous scene from George Cukor's Born Yesterday, 1950.
Born Yesterday (1950) -- (Movie Clip) No Rough Language Big-shot Harry (Broderick Crawford) summons girlfriend Billie (Judy Holliday) to sign another suspicious document, his tipsy D.C. lawyer Devery (Howard St. John) then offering social advice, in George Cukor's Born Yesterday, 1950.
Her First Romance (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Act More Refined! Bobby (Allen Martin Jr.) hosting his birthday, Lucille (Elinor Donahue) with his attention, as Betty (Margaret O'Brien) scolds brother Herbie (Jimmy Hunt) then takes desperate measures, in Her First Romance, 1951.
Her First Romance (1951) -- (Movie Clip) Rules Of The School Opening scenes at the schoolyard, upstanding Betty (Margaret O'Brien), with friend Leona (Sharyn Moffett), new boy Bobby (Allen Martin Jr.), rival Lucille (Elinor Donahue) and little bro Herbie (Jimmy Hunt), in Her First Romance, 1951.