Showmen's Trade Review (Apr-Jun 1944)

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GIRLS AND A SAILOR" with Van Johnson, June 'li, Gloria DeHaven, Jose Iturbi, Jimmy Durante, Gracie Lena Home • Harry James and His Music Makers jielen Forrest • Xavier Cugat and His Orchestra with jj^omay • Tom Drake, Henry Stephenson, Henry Ben Blue, Carlos Ramirez, Frank Sully, Albert , Donald Meek, Amparo Novarro, Virginia O'Brien, Twins • Original Screen Play by Richard Connell [ladys Lehman • Directed by Richard Thorpe Produced by Joe Pasternak "ANDY HARDY'S BLONDE TROUBLE" with Lewis Stone, Mickey Rooney, Fay Holden, Sara Haden, Bonita Granville, Jean Porter, Keye Luke and Herbert Marshall Screen Play by Harry Ruskin, William Ludwig and Agnes Christine Johnson • Directed by George B. Seitz "MEET THE PEOPLE" Starring Lucille Ball, Dick Powell with Virginia O'Brien, Bert Lahr, "Rags" Ragland, June Allyson and Vaughn Monroe and His Orchestra • Spike Jones and His City Slickers • Screen Play by S. M. Herzig and Fred Saidy Directed by Charles Riesner Produced bv E. Y. Harburg "THREE MEN IN WHITE" with Lionel Barrymore, Van Johnson, Marilyn Maxwell, Keye Luke, Ava Gardner, Alma Kruger, "Rags" Ragland Original Screen Play by Martin Berkeley and Harry Ruskin • Directed by Willis Goldbeck