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Nice girl (1941) was a Comedy - Drama Film directed by William A. Seiter and produced by Joe Pasternak.

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Nice Girl? (1941)

By Franchot Tone Fan on Jun 4, 2015 From Finding Franchot: Exploring the Life and Career of Franchot Tone

Franchot Tone and Deanna Durbin paired up for their first film Nice Girl? in 1941. At the time, Deanna Durbin was an innocent operatic ingenue just turning 20 years old while Franchot Tone, at 36, was marrying for the second time to young actress Jean Wallace. In Nice Girl?, Franchot's character dee... Read full article

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In the British version of this film, Deanna Durbin's finale was the patriotic favorite, "There'll Always Be an England" (music by Ross Parker and Harry Parr Davies, lyrics by Hugh Charles). Miss Durbin's "Thank You America" (music and lyrics by Walter Jurmann and Bernie Grossman), a song which didn't become popular despite Deanna's commercial single on Decca, closed the U.S. print. Both endings are included on the VHS release of the movie from Universal Studios.
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Also directed by William A. Seiter

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Also produced by Joe Pasternak

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Also released in 1941

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