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Pin Up Girl (1944) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by H. Bruce Humberstone and produced by William LeBaron.

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Betty Grable: Pin Up Girl (1944)

By Christina Stewart on Apr 24, 2013 From Pretty Clever Films

Betty Grable singing, “You’re My Little Pin Up Girl” Betty Grable singing, “You’re My Little Pin Up Girl” “You’re my little pin up girl, Honestly you are, To me you have the grace of an angel, The face of a movie star, You’re my little pin up g... Read full article


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Linda Darnell and Don Ameche were originally set to star team this movie in October 1942 but when the movie was announced as a musical, Darnell was replaced with Grable.
This movie's closing credits feature an advertisement for the World War II USA war effort at the end of the credits roll. It states: "For Victory - U.S. War Bonds and Stamps - Buy yours in this theatre."
According to an October 1942 edition of the 'Hollywood Reporter', Libbie Block, the author of the source story of which this film was based, was going to be doing the adaptation, but she did not actually work on this movie's screenplay according to this movie's credits and studio records.
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Also directed by H. Bruce Humberstone




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Also produced by William LeBaron




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Also released in 1944




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