The Daughter of Rosie O'Grady (1950)





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This Gay-90s musical interweaves a number of fictional characters with real-life theatrical impresario Tony Pastor (played by Gordon MacRae, who resembles the real Pastor not at all). The plot involves a roisterous Irish papa (James Barton) who, when not on a drunk, tries to keep his two daughters (June Haver and Debbie Reynolds) from the clutches of predatory men. The older daughter (Haver), who entertains notions of a stage career, meets Tony Pastor during an audition, and promptly falls in … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Drama, Romance, Musical & Performing Arts, Comedy
Directed By: ,
Written By: Jack Rose, Melville Shavelson, Peter Milne
On DVD: Feb 16, 2010



as Patricia O'Grady

as Maureen O'Grady

as Tony Pastor

as Miklos

as James Moore

as Katie O'Grady

as Mrs. Murphy

as Mama Teretzky

as Mr. Flannigan

as Sergeant

as Virginia Lee
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Pleasant, light headed nonsense still has its pleasures. Chief among them is Gordon MacRae singing beautifully and so handsome. Debbie Reynolds in her first featured part is pert and bursting with her special brand of energy. The rest of the cast all perform well and the film is loaded with color but it's all a bunch of malarkey.

jay nixon

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