Three Smart Girls Grow Up (1939) was a Comedy - Musical Film directed by Henry Koster and produced by Joe Pasternak.
Three Smart Girls Grow Up (1939)By 4 Star Film Fan on Aug 28, 2018 From 4 Star Films
The Universal dream team of Deanna Durbin, producer Joe Pasternak, and director Henry Koster are back at it again in this follow up?to the wildly?popular comedy that propelled Durbin to international stardom. The Craig sisters are back too and this one begins with a unique and rather hilarious openi... Read full article
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Harry Loren: I don't want biographies, I want my hat and coat.
Binns the Butler: That poem, sir, "The best-laid schemes of mice and men..."
Harry Loren: I don't want poetry, I don't want mice, I want my hat and coat.
Binns the Butler: Very good, sir, but I do feel...
Harry Loren: Now look here, young fellow. Your eyes have been burning holes in the back of my head all evening. And if I see you looking at me once again I'm going to get very mad and take you apart until I find that little machine that says "Yes sir, no sir, very good, sir," and I'm going to break it, see?
Binns the Butler: Yes, sir.
Harry Loren: Now get my hat and coat.
Binns the Butler: Very good, sir.
Harry Loren: Dad was a lawyer. He always wanted to be a musician - you should have heard him play the cello! But his father made him be a lawyer. They were all lawyers, his father, his grandfather - his great-grandfather was a pirate too. They hanged him in Jamaica. I guess that's why Dad never liked to wear a necktie.
Penny Craig: We had a grandfather who was a horse thief.
Dorothy Craig: A great-great-grandfather, Penny. And he didn't really steal the horses.
Kay Craig: And they didn't hang him.
Penny Craig: 'Cause they couldn't catch him.
Penny Craig: Did you have any trouble finding the house?
Harry Loren: Yes, I walked past it twice. I thought it was a Museum of Natural History or something the WPA built.
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