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Maisie Was a Lady (1941) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by Edwin L. Marin and produced by J. Walter Ruben.

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Maisie Ravier, an alias of Mary Anastasia O'Connor: To each to their own tastes, said the woman as she kissed the cow.


Maisie Ravier, an alias of Mary Anastasia O'Connor: [after having lost her job due to Bob's drunken antics] Maybe life's a jolly 4th of July picnic for you, brother, but it certainly isn't for me. You cancelled out my meal ticket, its the middle of the night, there's no trains or buses until morning, and I got exactly 2 dimes and 45 miles between me and New York. Well what are you going to do about it?
Robert 'Bob': I'll take you
Maisie Ravier, an alias of Mary Anastasia O'Connor: How? Piggy back?
Robert 'Bob': No, no, no, no... in my car. Sure, we'll have a little drink here with Curly and then we'll shove off, what do you say?
Maisie Ravier, an alias of Mary Anastasia O'Connor: In a word "No"... I don't need to see the newspaper picture of the accident to know how I'd look sprinkled all over the highway.


Link Phillips: [after its exposed he's only getting married for the money] Well what are you looking at?
Maisie Ravier, an alias of Mary Anastasia O'Connor: Nothing. I'm nearsighted... I can't see that far down


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The fourth of ten movies starring Ann Sothern as the heroine Maisie Ravier.
"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onNovember 24, 1941 with Ann Sothern, Lew Ayres and Maureen O'Sullivan reprising their film roles.
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Also directed by Edwin L. Marin




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Also produced by J. Walter Ruben




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Also released in 1941




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