Alicia Malone Intro - Two Weeks With Love (1950)
Guest host Alicia Malone introduces Two Weeks With Love, 1950.
Two Weeks With Love - (Original Trailer)
Two sisters (Jane Powell, Debbie Reynolds) find romance during a turn-of-the-century family vacation in MGM's Technicolor musical Two Weeks With Love (1950).
Two Weeks With Love -- (Movie Clip) Aba Daba Honeymoon
A specialty number for the younger vacationing teens, a World War One era hit by Walter Donovan and Arthur Fields, Debbie Reynolds as "Melba" and Carleton Carpenter as her beau "Billy," from MGM's Two Weeks With Love, 1950.
Two Weeks With Love -- (Movie Clip) Oceana Roll
Two tunes, first Debbie Reynolds (as "Melba") with the boys (Carleton Carpenter et al) and a French Horn, then older sister, Jane Powell (as "Patti") cajoled into a pop number, on vacation in upstate New York, circa 1913, in MGM's Two Weeks With Love, 1950.
Two Weeks With Love -- (Movie Clip) A Heart That's Free
Jane Powell opens with a song by Alfred G. Robyn and Thomas Railey, also the title cut from a 2001 Jane Powell CD box set, on the bandstand with her dad (Louis Calhern), in Two Weeks With Love, from producer Jack Cummings and MGM.