How to Be Very, Very Popular (1955) was a Comedy Film directed by Nunnally Johnson and produced by Nunnally Johnson.
'The New Movie Magazine,' September 1935: How to be very, very popularBy vp19 on Jul 12, 2013 From Carole & Co.
No, this has nothing to do with the Betty Grable-Sheree North vehicle of that title some two decades later, but Carole Lombard and Paramount mate Claudette Colbert -- shown at Carole's famed Venice Pier party in June 1935 -- join three of their Hollywood cohorts (Joan Blondell, Jean Harlow and Ging... Read full article
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Wedgewood: Not so loud... do you wanna get me expelled? Curly...
Wedgewood: Do you think you can get in here without being seen?
Curly: For what purpose?
Stormy: Don't argue the man's got a fried chicken in here.
Curly: Hold him.
Stormy: You're still a pupil?
Wedgewood: That's right.
Stormy: Well what kind of a for-crying-out-loud kind of school could you be in?
Wedgewood: This one, Bristol College.
Stormy: This is a college?
Wedgewood: Well, of course, what did you think it was?
Stormy: I think you better let me outta here. I had all the college boys I want on Saturday nights thank you... tanked up on the two dollar gin.
Eddie Jones: Do you know what Salome does?
Curly: Salome dances!
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A December 1954 item in Hollywood Reporter's "Rambling Reporter" column indicated that the studio wanted Marilyn Monroe to appear in the film with Jane Russell, her co-star in the studio's highly successful 1953 production _Gentlemen Prefer Blondes (1953_).
This was the final feature of Betty Grable's 25-year film career. Her first screen appearance in Let's Go Places had been released less than a month after Betty had turned 13 years old.
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