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Tom, Dick and Harry (1941) was a Comedy - Fantasy Film directed by Garson Kanin and produced by Robert Sisk.

Academy Awards 1941 --- Ceremony Number 14 (source: AMPAS)

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Best WritingPaul JarricoNominated
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Janie: [During a dream] I've got it! I'll marry all three of them.
Tom: [With Dick and Harry] All three of us?
Janie: Sure!
Tom: [With Dick and Harry] Do you think it'd work?
Janie: Why not? I think the four of us would make a lovely couple.


Janie: Where's your car?
Harry: Why, do you mind walking?
Janie: [laughs] I'd love to.
Harry: Good, I like to walk.
[Breathes deeply]
Janie: I guess, if you don't have to, you want to, hunh?
Harry: Well, even if you don't want to, you may have to, so... might as well want to.
Janie: [laughs] I guesss if you don't want to, and you don't have to, you just don't if you don't want to.
Harry: Yeah, well, you can always take a taxi!


Phil - Ice Cream Vendor: You don't have to yell at me because I'm a little obnoxious


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"The Screen Guild Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on December 7, 1950 with Ginger Rogers and George Murphy reprising their film roles.
In Janie's dream about marrying the rich Dick Hamilton, the front page of the newspaper announcing the nuptials also declares: "ADOLF HITLER ASSASSINATED ... World War End Expected as Hitler Slain ... Nazi Dictator Struck Down in Moscow".
George Murphy, in his autobiography, said alternate endings were filmed showing Janie marrying each of her three suitors. Murphy claimed that most test audience members wanted Janie to marry his character, Tom, the hard-working automobile salesman, but it was ultimately decided Harry, the free-spirited auto mechanic, would win the lady's hand. Murphy was miffed at his character's loss and compared Harry unfavorably to the "hippies" of the 1960s.
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