Patterson Mcnutt


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Curly Top (1935) - I Can Recite Morgan (John Boles), a trustee of the orphanage who’s suddenly much richer after an inheritance, has asked for an interview with troublesome inmate Elizabeth (Shirley Temple), laying on the charm, early in Twentieth Century-Fox’s Curly Top, 1935.
Curly Top (1935) - Animal Crackers Shirley Temple as Elizabeth, nick-named “Curly Top,” her sister (Rochelle Hudson) at the piano, performs the movie’s hit tune (by Ray Henderson, Ted Koehler and Irving Caesar) for the kids at the orphanage, the trustees (led by mean Etienne Girardot) intruding, early in Curly Top, 1935.
Curly Top (1935) - As If You Were A Princess Now at the Southampton cottage of Edward (John Boles) and his aunt (Esther Dale), orphan Elizabeth (Shirley Temple, who, along with sister Rochelle Hudson, thinks they’ve been adopted by an absent benefactor) enlists butler Arthur Treacher's help in society manners, in Curly Top, 1935.
Come Live With Me (1941) - She Was Born In Vienna Affluent Manhattan-ite Barton (Ian Hunter), partner in an open marriage, is thrilled to be visiting the Viennese mistress he's set up in a nice apartment, thus a smashing entrance for Hedy Lamarr as "Johnny," in Come Live With Me, 1941, also starring James Stewart.
Come Live With Me (1941) - Smith And Jones Having just met in passing, Bill (James Stewart) the starving writer and Johnny (Hedy Lamarr), the kept-woman suddenly threatened with deportation, seek shelter in a Manhattan diner, Frank Faylen the counter-man, Horace MacMahon the cabbie, in Clarence Brown's Come Live With Me, 1941.

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