Classic Movie Hub (CMH)

Enter to Win "W.C. Fields by Himself"!

Classic Movie Hub is giving away TWELVE copies of W.C. Fields by Himself", courtesy of Taylor Trade Publishing. Fields never got around to writing his autobiography, but he left behind a vast assortment of notes, outlines, scrapbooks, letters, scripts, scenarios, and photographs. Now his grandson, Ronald J. Fields, has edited and woven this wealth of previously unpublished material into a unique new portrait of the Great One–in his own words. And, you can win it here at CMH all month long!...    Click here to enter...

Andy Hardy Meets Debutante Overview:

Andy Hardy Meets Debutante (1940) was a Comedy - Family Film directed by George B. Seitz and produced by J.J. Cohn.

BlogHub Articles:

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

See all Andy Hardy Meets Debutante articles

Quotes from

Betsy Booth: Well, let's go on inside. Maybe the coffins will cheer you up.
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.

Andrew 'Andy' Hardy: We're not hillbillies. We wear shoes everyday.

Andrew 'Andy' Hardy: [In reference to Ulysses S. Grant] He didn't have trouble like I got, all he had on his hands was a civil war.

read more quotes from Andy Hardy Meets Debutante...

Facts about

"All I Do Is Dream of You" (music by Nacio Herb Brown, lyrics by Arthur Freed), sung by Judy Garland, was filmed but then deleted from the release print. The audio has been issued on a 1996 Rhino double CD titled "Judy Garland: Collectors' Gems from the M-G-M Films."
The ninth of sixteen Andy Hardy films starring Mickey Rooney, the second pairing of Mickey with Judy Garland.
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.
read more facts about Andy Hardy Meets Debutante...
Evergreen Free Shipping
Share this page:
Also directed by George B. Seitz

More about George B. Seitz >>
Also produced by J.J. Cohn

More about J.J. Cohn >>
Related Lists
Create a list

See All Related Lists >>
Also released in 1940

See All 1940 films >>