Here Comes Happiness (1941)





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A wealthy heiress grows bored of her opulent lifestyle and tires of being pursued by men who lover her only for her money. This romantic comedy chronicles her adventures when she decides to abandon it all and live in the Bronx. Soon she meets a handsome, good-hearted sandblaster who falls in love with her for her. Marital bliss ensues.
Classics , Comedy , Romance
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Warner Bros.


Mildred Coles
as Jessica Vance
Edward Norris
as Chet Madden
Richard Ainley
as Jelliffe Blaine
Richard Ainsley
as Jelliffe Blaine
Russell Hicks
as John Vance
Marjorie Gateson
as Emily Vance
Marie Blake
as Clara
Vera Lewis
as Mrs. James
Joseph Crehan
as Tom Burke
Ann Edmonds
as Miss Harnes
William Hopper
as Best Man
Alexis Smith
as Bit Part
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A very nice Feel Good Oldie.Poor Little Rich Girl runs away from Arranged Marriage & Becomes Happy Little Poor Girl. All she really wants is to make it on her own,so changes her name, & lives in a rundown appt., smaller than her former closet, & meets a Poor but Ambitious Man & falls in love.Lovely

Marilee Aschwanden
Marilee Aschwanden

This was a B movie with little known actors, a formulaic script and running a little over an hour. It's an age old story about a wealthy girl who is looking for love with someone who cares more about her than her money and name. She rents an apartment in a low income neighborhood, with the support of her father, and meets her ideal average Joe at a party. While trying to hide her true identity misunderstandings occur but in the end she discovers what real love is all about. Overall a pleasant, harmless movie with a good message.

Jakki Jelene
Jakki Jelene

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