Girl Trouble

Girl Trouble

Director: Harold D. Schuster Cast: Don Ameche, Joan Bennett, Billie Burke

DVD (B&W / Full Frame)

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Overview

In this comedy, set in WW II, a Venezuelan rubber planter's son must travel to New York to try and secure a loan for the expansion of the family business. There he encounters an impoverished American girl whose fortune lies frozen in England until the war ends. To make ends meet, she rents her apartment to the Venezuelan and becomes his personal maid. Mayhem ensues as the two get involved in merry mix-ups, fall in love, fall out of love, and fall in love again. Eventually, she helps him get the loan he needs.

Product Details

Release Date: 06/17/2014
UPC: 0024543952480
Original Release: 1942
Rating: NR
Source: Fox Mod
Presentation: [B&W, Full Frame]
Time: 1:21:00
Sales rank: 51,254

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Don Ameche Don Pedro Sullivan
Joan Bennett June Delaney
Billie Burke Mrs. Rowland
Frank Craven Ambrose Murdock Flint
Alan Dinehart Charles Barrett
Helene Reynolds Helen Martin
Fortunio Bonanova Simon Cordoba
Ted North George
Doris Merrick Susan
Dale Evans Ruth
Roseanne Murray Pauline
Janis Carter Virginia
Vivian Blaine Barbara
Trudy Marshall Miss Kennedy
Robert Greig Fields
Joseph Crehan Kohn
Mantan Moreland Edwards
Arthur Loft Burgess
John Kelly Mug
Matt McHugh Driver
George Lessey Morgan
Edith Evanson Huida
Eddie Acuff Taxi Driver
Lee Bennett Tom
Ruth Cherrington Large Woman
Frank Coghlan Elevator Boy
Jeff Corey Mr. Mooney
Mary Currier Secretary
Arno Frey Anton
Marjorie "Babe" Kane Cashier
Forbes Murray Mr. Lawson
Henry Roquemore Man
Jack Stoney Mac
Bruce Warren Jerry
Doodles Weaver Ticket Taker
Lois Landon Mrs. Lawson
Edwin Stanley Lehman

Technical Credits
Harold D. Schuster Director
Robert Bassler Producer
Vicki Baum Screenwriter
Edward J. Cronjager Cinematographer
Robert Riley Crutcher Screenwriter
Richard Day Art Director
Ladislas Fodor Screenwriter
Robert Fritch Editor
Boris Leven Art Director
Alfred Newman Score Composer
Guy Troper Screenwriter

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