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The Doughgirls (1944) was a Comedy Film directed by James V. Kern and produced by Mark Hellinger.

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THE EVE ARDEN BLOGATHON: The Doughgirls (1944)

on Nov 11, 2017 From Caftan Woman

Phyllis Loves Classic Movies is hosting The Eve Arden blogathon running November 11 and 12. Click HERE for the fun times with everyone's favourite wisecracking dame. The Doughgirls was a successful Broadway play by Joseph Fields that ran for 671 performances beginning in 1942. Fields, son of ente... Read full article


THE EVE ARDEN BLOGATHON: The Doughgirls (1944)

on Nov 11, 2017 From Caftan Woman

Phyllis Loves Classic Movies is hosting The Eve Arden blogathon running November 11 and 12. Click HERE for the fun times with everyone's favourite wisecracking dame. The Doughgirls was a successful Broadway play by Joseph Fields that ran for 671 performances beginning in 1942. Fields, son of ente... Read full article


Warner Archive: Wartime Laughs In The Doughgirls (1944) and Pillow to Post (1945)

By KC on Jan 7, 2016 From Classic Movies

In a time where laughs didn't come easy, Hollywood found ample material for humor in the World War II era housing shortage. The mini-genre met with varying success, from the entertaining but laugh deficient Government Girl (1943) starring Olivia de Havilland to the bona-fide Frank Capra classic The ... Read full article


Jane Wyman leads THE DOUGHGIRLS (1944) to hilarity

By monty on Nov 19, 2012 From All Good Things

Ready...aim..fire...The Doughgirls are in town! Coming out at the tail end of the screwball comedy genre is this wonderful and entertaining film, The Doughgirls. Featuring an all-star cast of Ann Sheridan, Jane Wyman, Jack Carson, Eve Arden, Charlie Ruggles and Alexis Smith. The story centers on r... Read full article


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Stanley Slade: [Writing check] Elizabeth Brush Cartwright. How large a donation do you want, Elizabeth?
Elizabeth Brush Cartwright: Ah, $50?
Stanley Slade: $50.
Elizabeth Brush Cartwright: $50 will keep my nursery babies in milk for a month.
Stanley Slade: Get awfully mildewed won't they?


Edna Stokes Cadman: How do you like that? I feel like a cheap novel in a circulating library.


Vivian Marsden Halstead: [At door to hotel] Darling, are you gonna carry me over the threshold?
Arthur Halstead: [Arms full of luggage] I can't baby. I've got all these other bags. C'mon.


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