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To Please a Lady (1950) was a Action - Romance Film directed by Clarence Brown and produced by Clarence Brown.

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Regina Forbes: Mike, could we start all over?
Mike Brannan: Hey, baby, what we had never stopped.


Mike Brannan: [carrying Stanwyck in his arms] All the soft spots aren't on the track.
Regina Forbes: Well, you keep your mind on the ones that are.


Regina Forbes: It's like the Fourth of July and the heavyweight fight and the World Series all rolled into one.


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The film featured short-track midget car racing, a highly popular form of auto racing in post-World War II America. From the mid-1930's through the mid-1960's, most drivers who aspired to race in the famous Indianapolis 500 usually started competing in the midgets, then sprint cars (similar in looks, but more powerful and faster than midgets), then to "championship," or Indianapolis-type cars.
A young Bill Hickman can be seen as one of the members of Clark Gable's pit crew. Hickman was famous as one of the top movie stunt drivers in Hollywood for many years, and his most notable on-camera role was as the middle-aged, bespectacled driver of the black Dodge Charger that is chased by Steve McQueen's green Ford Mustang in the film Bullitt.
"Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie onNovember 26, 1951 with Adolphe Menjou reprising his film role.
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