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Every Sunday (1936) was a Musical - Comedy Film directed by Felix E. Feist and produced by George Sidney and Jack Chertok.

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Every Sunday (1936)

By Emily on Jan 21, 2014 From The Vintage Cameo

“Every Sunday” is another of the shorts featured in Judy Garland section of?That’s Entertainment, and it’s a sweet, charming MGM short film… which also belies a slightly more intriguing intent from the studio perspective. The unimposing plot involves Edna (Deanna Durbin... Read full article


Every Sunday apresenta: duas garotinhas talentosas

By L? on Aug 23, 2011 From Critica Retro

Every Sunday apresenta: duas garotinhas talentosas O ano ? 1936. Em pouco mais de 10 minutos de proje??o, uma m?gica acontece. M?gica que nunca mais voltaria a ocorrer. “Every Sunday” ? o ?nico encontro de duas das maiores vozes que a Hollywood do sistema de est?dios conheceria. Pas... Read full article


Every Sunday apresenta: duas garotinhas talentosas

By L? on Aug 23, 2011 From Critica Retro

Every Sunday apresenta: duas garotinhas talentosas O ano ? 1936. Em pouco mais de 10 minutos de proje??o, uma m?gica acontece. M?gica que nunca mais voltaria a ocorrer. “Every Sunday” ? o ?nico encontro de duas das maiores vozes que a Hollywood do sistema de est?dios conheceria. Pas... Read full article


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Judy: You just have no soul. Good night!


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This film was not (as is often reported) a "screen test" of sorts produced by MGM to help the studio decide which of the two girls, Deanna Durbin or Judy Garland, to keep under contract. Durbin was released by MGM and signed by Universal prior to this movie's production. A 1 June 1936 blurb in "The Hollywood Reporter" states that "Universal has changed Edna Mae Durbin's name to 'Dianna' sic." This movie, it appears, was not produced until at least July 1936, by which time Durbin had already been signed by Universal and cast in her debut vehicle, Three Smart Girls. The reason she appears in this film is that there was reportedly a provision in her MGM contract that entitled the studio to request her services for up to 60 days following its termination, provided she wasn't already shooting a film at her new studio. As filming on "Three Smart Girls" wasn't scheduled to begin until September 1936, Durbin found herself back at MGM making this short with Garland. This is why, although her on-screen character is called "Edna" in the short (Deanna's real name), in the credits she is billed under the name by which she would soon become internationally famous, "Deanna".
While Judy Garland is referred to in the film as "Judy", Deanna Durbin is referred to by her real name, Edna.
Film debut of Deanna Durbin.
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