If You Knew Susie (1948)





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Eddie Cantor and Joan Davis star as Sam and Susie Parker, a married vaudeville team who find a legal paper (an I.O.U. to the tune of $50,000) addressed to one of their ancestors and signed by George Washington. When they contact a government official regarding the note, they find that, including interest, Uncle Sam now owes them a couple billion dollars!
Classics , Comedy , Musical & Performing Arts
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RKO Pictures


Tom Keene
as Graham
Joan Davis
as Susie Parker
Robert Clarke
as Orchestra Leader
Phil Brown
as Joe Collins
Ellen Corby
as Woman
Howard Freeman
as Mr. Clinton
Mary Field
as Telephone Operator
Joe Sawyer
as Zero Zantini
Charles Dingle
as Mr. Whitley
Charles Halton
as Pringle
Sheldon Leonard
as Steve Garland
Allyn Joslyn
as Mike Garrett
Don Beddoe
as Editor
George Chandler
as Reporter
Earle Hodgins
as Auctioneer
Donald Kerr
as Window Washer
Fritz Feld
as Chez Henri
Isabel Randolph
as Mrs. Clinton
Harry Harvey
as Sedley
Earl Hodgins
as Auctioneer
Syd Saylor
as Proprietor of Pet Shop
Margaret Kerry
as Marjorie Parker
Eddie Hart
as Burly Man
Eddie Cantor
as Sam Parker
Sig Rumann
as Count Alexis
Mabel Paige
as Grandma
Sid Saylor
as Proprietor of Pet Shop
Dick Humphreys
as Handy Clinton
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Cantor's appeal as as a vaudeville, stage and radio performer never quite made it to film.

Full Review… | June 29, 2006
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