Richard Sherman


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In Name Only (1939) - People In Our Position Following his car crash, Maida (Kay Francis) thinks she's caught spouse Alec (Cary Grant) red-handed, leading to his righteous denial and turnabout, early in John Cromwell's In Name Only, 1939.
In Name Only (1939) - How About A Sandwich? With a fictional Connecticut village established by road sign in the opening shot, director John Cromwell introduces Carole Lombard (as "Julie") fishing, Cary Grant (as "Alec") in jodhpurs, the promising meet-cute, though it's no comedy, co-starring Kay Francis, In Name Only, 1939.
In Name Only (1939) - Crashing Garden Parties Maida (Kay Francis) social engineering at her party, with friend Ned (Jonathan Hale) and her in-laws (Charles Coburn, Nella Walker), framing husband Alec (Cary Grant) and neighbor Julie (Carole Lombard), in John Cromwell's In Name Only, 1939.
Story Of Vernon And Irene Castle, The - Yama Yama Man Stranded in the New Rochelle home of Dr. and Mrs. Foote (Robert Strange, Janet Beecher), vaudevillian Vernon Castle (Fred Astaire) is invited to watch daughter Irene (Ginger Rogers) perform, accompanied by family friend "Walter" (Brennan), early in The Story Of Vernon And Irene Castle, 1939.
Story Of Vernon And Irene Castle, The - What Does Ham Mean? Ending his unplanned visit with her family, vaudeville comic Vernon Castle (Fred Astaire) is seen off by aspiring performer Irene (Ginger Rogers) at the New Rochelle train station, flashing his dance stylings, in The Story Of Vernon And Irene Castle, 1939.
For Me And My Gal (1942) - I'm Topping This Bill Opening scene, vaudeveillians arriving in an Iowa town, 1916, George Murphy as Jimmy, Ben Blue as Sid, Judy Garland as Jo and Gene Kelly as cocky Harry, in the Busby Berkeley and MGM Freed Unit backstage musical hit, For Me And My Gal, 1942.
Story Of Vernon And Irene Castle, The - Best Foot Forward Stuck in Paris looking for work, pal Walter (Brennan) assisting, dancers Vernon (Fred Astaire) and Irene (Ginger Rogers) fail to impress performer and impresario Lew Fields (playing himself), but decline an offer of a slapstick gig, in The Story Of Vernon And Irene Castle, 1939.
Girls' School (1938) - How They Dance In Sweden First appearances, prom night, by Michael (Ralph Bellamy), whose teacher girlfriend Laurel (Gloria Holden) has misunderstood about his fellowship in Sweden, and working-class George (Noah Beery Jr.), escorting rebellious Natalie (Anne Shirley), in Girls' School, 1938.
Girls' School (1938) - Dark And Dreadful Deeds Scholarship girl Natalie (Anne Shirley), finishing overnight monitor duty, reports to Miss Laurel (Gloria Holden) and Miss Armstrong (Marjorie Main), withholding one detail, early in Girls' School, 1938.
Girls' School (1938) - About Magnolias Not knowing she's been seen by the night monitor, boarding school socialite Linda (Nan Grey) recounts her night of mischief to roommate and gossip Betty (Dorothy Moore), opening Girls' School, 1938, from a Tess Slesinger novella.
Age of Believing - Mary Poppins Leonard Maltin, historian Les Perkins and composer Richard Sherman on the beginnings of Mary Poppins, 1964, from TCM's Original Documentary The Age of Believing: The Disney Live Action Classics, 2008.

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