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Andy Hardy Meets Debutante (1940) was a Comedy - Family Film directed by George B. Seitz and produced by J.J. Cohn.
Classic Films in Focus: ANDY HARDY MEETS DEBUTANTE (1940)By Jennifer Garlen on Apr 8, 2014 From Virtual Virago
This installment of the popular Andy Hardy series takes the Hardy family out of idyllic Carvel and sends them off to New York City, where teenage Andy promptly gets himself into all kinds of trouble. Despite the change of venue, it’s a typical Andy Hardy story, with youthful mistakes, romantic... Read full article
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Andrew 'Andy' Hardy: It's a fine world. Back in Carvel there are people waiting to laugh at my funeral. Here in New York they've got coffins to cheer me up.
Betsy Booth: Now don't you feel glad just to be alive?
Andrew 'Andy' Hardy: I've never before really appreciated the advantage of being dead.
Judge James K. 'Jim' Hardy: Betsy's a New Yorker, so of course she carries a gat.
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The picture on "last year's" high school magazine that is shown is that of Lana Turner, who was in the Hardy Family series movie, Love Finds Andy Hardy. The character she played, Cynthia Potter, is also mentioned.
"Bud's Won't Bud" (music by Harold Arlen, lyrics by E.Y. Harburg), sung by Judy Garland, was prerecorded, possibly filmed but not used in the release print. For years, only a partial prerecording was thought to remain until the full recording was discovered and released in 2006 on Rhino's "That's Entertainment", CD box set. The tune, intended for 'Hannah Williams (I)' to sing in the 1937 Broadway musical "Hooray for What!" had been dropped out of town. Finally, in the Jeanette MacDonald vehicle Cairo, "Buds Won't Bud" was presented on-screen, sung by Ethel Waters.
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