Listen, Darling

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Movie Info

Dottie Wingate (Mary Astor), a widow taking care of her daughter, Pinkie (Judy Garland), and her son, Billie (Scotty Beckett), decides to marry Arthur Drubbs (Gene Lockhart), a dour banker, for the financial sake of her children. Horrified at the prospect, the children kidnap Dottie with the help of their Uncle Joe (Charley Grapewin). At a camping site, Pinkie and Buzz meet free-spirited lawyer Richard Thurlow (Walter Pidgeon) and scheme to bring him together with their mother.

Cast

Judy Garland
as 'Pinkie' Wingate
Freddie Bartholomew
as Herbert 'Buzz' Mitchell
Mary Astor
as Mrs. Dorothy 'Dottie' Wingate
Walter Pidgeon
as Richard Thurlow
Alan Hale
as J.J. Slattery
Scotty Beckett
as Billie Wingate
Barnett Parker
as Abercrombie
Gene Lockhart
as Mr. Drubbs
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Audience Reviews for Listen, Darling

  • Apr 04, 2007
    Simple, silly nonsense put over by pros. Judy sings "Zing Went the Strings of my Heart" and several other tunes with youthful exuberance and heart.
    jay n Super Reviewer

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