One for the Book (1947)


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In this adaptation of John Van Druten's Broadway hit, Ronald Reagan stars as a returning GI who falls in love with Eleanor Parker, an ingenuous young actress. Circumstances require the two to share an apartment, though the implications don't get much farther than the wisecracks of supporting player Eve Arden.

Rating: G
Genre: Comedy
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Written By: John Van Druten, Charles Hoffman
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Warner Home Video


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Critic Reviews for One for the Book

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The less than talented thespian Ronald Reagan gives one of his more pleasing performances.

Full Review… | June 14, 2013
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Audience Reviews for One for the Book


Even with Reagan's questionable talents this is a cute little comedy helped vastly as always by Eve Arden.

jay nixon

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