Margie

1946, Romance, 1h 34m

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A 1940s housewife, Margie (Jeanne Crain), reminisces about her teenage years with her daughter, Joyce (Ann Todd), fondly recalling stories in flashback revolving around an old pair of bloomers discovered in the attic. In high school, Margie lives with her grandmother, Mrs. McSweeney (Esther Dale), while her father (Hobart Cavanaugh) is away for his job. Margie, like all teens, faces romantic dilemmas, specifically in the form of three potential suitors for the homecoming dance.

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Jeanne Crain
Marjorie "Margie" MacDuff
Glenn Langan
Prof. Ralph Fontayne
Lynn Bari
Miss Isabel Palmer
Alan Young
Roy Hornsdale
Barbara Lawrence
Marybelle Tenor
Conrad Janis
Johnny "Johnikins" Green
Esther Dale
Grandma McSweeney
Hobart Cavanaugh
Mr. Angus MacDuff
Don Hayden
Boy Charlie (uncredited)
Vanessa Brown
Wanda (uncredited)
Diana Herbert
Senior (uncredited)
Milton Parsons
Jefferson (uncredited)
Margaret Wells
Matron (uncredited)
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