Susan Slept Here - (Original Trailer)
A Hollywood screenwriter (Dick Powell) takes in a runaway girl (Debbie Reynolds) who's more woman than he can handle. Directed by Frank Tashlin and narrated by an Oscar statuette.
Susan Slept Here (1954) - You Be The Man
The Christmas morning after various misadventures in Hollywood, Susan (Debbie Reynolds, the teen title character) is up before "ancient" screenwriter Mark (Dick Powell), who's taken her in for the holiday as a favor, his girlfriend (Anne Francis) not understanding, in Susan Slept Here, 1954.
Susan Slept Here (1954) - My Name Is Oscar
The knowing Hollywood narration, producer Harriet Parsons working in a reference to her mom, columnist Louella, introducing Dick Powell, not for the first time as a screenwriter, Alvy Moore and Glenda Farrell his team, opening Susan Slept Here, 1954 co-starring Debbie Reynolds.
Susan Slept Here (1954) - Home For Wayward Girls
Christmas Eve-ning in Hollywood, writer Mark (Dick Powell) greets cop Herb Vigran, friend of his cop friend (Horace McMahon), gone to fetch co-star Debbie Reynolds, the teenage title character, Alvy Moore the sidekick, Anne Francis the girlfriend on the phone, early in Susan Slept Here, 1954.
Tiffany Vazquez Intro -- Susan Slept Here (1954)
Alicia Malone Intro -- Susan Slept Here (1954)
TCMs Alicia Malone introduces Susan Slept Here, 1954.
Robert Osborne Intro -- Susan Slept Here (1954)
Robert Osborne introduces Susan Slept Here, 1954.
Ben Mankiewicz Intro -- Susan Slept Here (1954)
Ben Mankiewicz introduces Susan Slept Here, 1954.