How to Be Very, Very Popular (1955)

How to Be Very, Very Popular

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Betty Grable's final film was a remake of the 1934 Bing Crosby-Miriam Hopkins musicomedy She Loves Me Not, which in turn was based on a play by Howard Lindsay. Betty and Sheree North star as a couple of striptease "artistes" who have the bad luck to witness a murder. Hoping to evade the killer, the girls hide out in a small college town, where they immediately win the hearts of the male frat brothers. One of these is overaged undergrad Robert Cummings, who falls for Betty, while Sheree settles … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Musical & Performing Arts, Comedy
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Written By: Nunnally Johnson
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Cast


as Stormy Tornado

as Curly Flagg

as Fillmore 'Wedge' Wed...

as Dr. Tweed

as Toby

as Mr. Marshall

as Miss Syl

as Cherry Blossom Wang

as Chief of Police

as Bus Driver

as Music Teacher

as 1st Policeman

as 2nd Policeman

as News Vendor

as Policeman

as Girl on Bus

as Burlesque Dancer

as Burlesque Dancer

as Burlesque Dancer

as Desk Sergeant

as Telephone Operator

as Professor

as Airport Attendant
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