A Date with Judy (1948)
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as Judy Foster
as Melvin R. Foster
as Carol Pringle
as Rosita Cochellas
as Stephen Andrews
as Mrs. Foster
as Ogden `Oogie' Pringle
as Lucien T. Pringle
as Pop Scully
as Randolph Foster
as Jo-Jo Hoffenpepper
as Miss Clarke
as Prof. Green
as Little Girl in Drug Store
as Elderly Woman
as Miss Sampson
Critic Reviews for A Date with Judy
A Date with Judy features a song called Strictly on the Corny Side, which might serve as the movie's theme song.
A Date with Judy is loaded with youthful zest, making for gay, light entertainment.
Taylor is breathtakingly beautiful, but Miranda walks off with every scene she's in.
It's ridiculously old-fashioned, but it's also spectacular entertainment, with wonderful songs, a big heart, and plenty of laughs.
Audience Reviews for A Date with Judy
MGM's all-star, Technicolor adaptation of a popular 1940's radio show; a big hit in 1948, it now resembles a two-hour long sitcom with songs. Introduced several hit tunes including "Cuanto La Gusta," and "It's a Most Unusual Day."
Jane Powell sings like an Angel, Elizabeth Taylor at the Height of her Beauty, Carmen Miranda & Xavier Cugat, Ohhhhh, Be Still My Heart!
I enjoyed this more than I was expecting. Just seeing Wallace Beery rumba with Carmen Miranda was worth watching the film for! Great score, nicely done songs. The costume design is good. The very young Elizabeth Taylor is clearly budding into one of the greatest beauties to grace the screen. Solid support from Selena Royle and Leon Ames, It doesn?t rank among the greatest musicals ever made, but it is light, entertaining and fun.
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