My Favorite Brunette (1947) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by Elliott Nugent and produced by Bob Hope and Daniel Dare.
What?s Streaming in Dec on the CMH Channel at Best Classics Ever? Penny Serenade, My Favorite Brunette and Holiday Fun.By Annmarie Gatti on Dec 1, 2020 From Classic Movie Hub Blog
Our December Picks on the Classic Movie Hub ChannelDecember Birthdays and Holiday Cheer! It?s that time again? We have our monthly free streaming picks for our Classic Movie Hub Channel at Best Classics Ever (BCE) ? the mega streaming channel for classic movies and TV shows! That said, here ar... Read full article
NOIRVEMBER FUN: My Favorite Brunette, 1947on Nov 23, 2020 From Caftan Woman
"When I came to I was playing post office with the floor. I had a lump on my head the size of my head. Inside, Toscanini was conducting The Anvil Chorus with real blacksmiths." - Ronnie Jackson Many great films-noir were released in 1947: Nightmare Alley, Crossfire, Born to Kill, Kiss of Death, ... Read full article
Throwback Thursday – My Favorite Brunette (1947)By Michael on Feb 8, 2018 From Durnmoose Movie Musings
Between this blog and my previous one, Professor Damian’s Public Domain Treasure Chest, I’ve been writing about movies for quite a while now. Because of that, there are a lot of posts that have simply gotten lost to the mists of time. So, I figured I’d use the idea of “Throwb... Read full article
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Reporter: A legitimate business?
Ronnie Jackson: Better than legitimate. It was profitable.
Ronnie Jackson: You come one step closer and I'll... I'll break this record into a thousand pieces! Oh... wait a minute. Who's side am I on?
James Collins: No, you stay here, Miss Montay.
Ronnie Jackson: Yeah, you stay here.
James Collins: These men are killers.
Ronnie Jackson: Yeah, then I'll stay here, too.
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Bob Hope wanted Bing Crosby's cameo as Harry so much that he paid him $5,000 to appear. The sum was later donated to a charity.
"The Screen Guild Theater" broadcast a 30 minute radio adaptation of the movie on October 13, 1947 with Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour reprising their film roles.
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