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The Shopworn Angel (1938) was a Drama - Romance Film directed by H.C. Potter and produced by Joseph L. Mankiewicz.

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The Shopworn Angel (1938): Remembering Margaret Sullavan

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Daisy Heath: Well what are they doing? throwing sugar cubes at one another?


Pvt. William 'Texas' Pettigrew: Dying's a lot like being in love. You can't imagine it until its right on top of you.


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Private William Pettigrew's service number as seen on his identification tag is 650597.
The costume worn by the chorus girls in the final song were used in Born to Dance's final number "Swinging the Jinx Away".
Joan Crawford turned down the role of Daisy Heath.
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Also directed by H.C. Potter




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Also produced by Joseph L. Mankiewicz




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Also released in 1938




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