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That Hagen Girl (1947) was a Drama - Black-and-white Film directed by Peter Godfrey and produced by Jack L. Warner and Alex Gottlieb.

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Mary Hagen: Mother... who am I?
Minta Hagen: What did you say?
Mary Hagen: I said, who am I? Please tell me the truth.
Minta Hagen: Who are you? Why-why, you're Mary. Our girl. Didn't I have you baptized by the Reverend Sparland? Didn't I raise you like other girls' mothers?

Dewey Koons: How 'bout it? C'mon, let's hit the high spots.
Sharon Bailey: Why don't you go somewhere and catch yourself, you foul ball!

Sharon Bailey: Of course, it's only gossip... rumor. My mother said that nobody really knows.
Mary Hagen: Knows what?
Sharon Bailey: Who you are.
Mary Hagen: Who I am? I'm me, of course. Mary Hagen.
Sharon Bailey: That's just it. Are you Mary Hagen, or are you...?
Mary Hagen: What are you talking about?

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One of the films included in "The Fifty Worst Films of All Time (and how they got that way)" by Harry Medved and Randy Lowell.
In his autobiography "Where's the Rest of Me?", Ronald Reagan wrote that he attempted to persuade director Peter Godfrey to have the ending rewritten, arguing that audiences wouldn't approve of a romantic pairing between Reagan and the 17-years-younger Shirley Temple. According to Reagan, Godfrey pointed out that his own wife, Renee Godfrey, was 20 years younger than himself, and Reagan decided it would be unwise to press the matter.
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Also directed by Peter Godfrey

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Also released in 1947

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