Three Daring Daughters (1948)


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Jeanette MacDonald made her first screen appearance in five years in the MGM confection Three Daring Daughters. Looking at least ten years younger than her 48 years, MacDonald is cast as glamorous magazine editor Louise Raton Morgan. Long divorced Louise returns from a Cuban vacation with a handsome new husband in tow: None other than famed pianist Jose Iturbi, engagingly playing "himself". Louise's three daughters Tess (Jane Powell), Alix (Mary Elinor Donahue, the future "Princess" on TV's … More

Rating: Unrated
Genre: Musical & Performing Arts, Comedy
Directed By: ,
Written By: Frederick Kohner, Sonya Levien, Albert Mannheimer, John Meehan
On DVD: Apr 13, 1994
Warner Home Video


as Tess Morgan

as Louise Rayton Morgan

as Himself

as Robert Nelson

as Dr. Cannon

as Mrs. Smith

as Alix Morgan

as Ilka Morgan

as Ilka Morgan

as Michael Pemberton

as Jonesy

as Himself

as Specialty Singer

as Mr. Howard

as Toney Tiger

as Butler

as Ship's Orchestra Lea...

as Miss Drake

as Steward

as Ship's Captain

as Telephone Operator

as Headwaiter

as Singer

as Fat Man on Street

as Telephone Operator

as Telephone Operator

as Mr. Hollow

as Telephone Operator

as Telephone Operator

as Stage Manager

as Hostess

as Cigarette Girl

as Cuban Bellboy
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