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No, No, Nanette (1940) was a Musical - Film Adaptation Film directed by Herbert Wilcox and produced by Herbert Wilcox.

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Mrs. Susan Smith: Your horoscope says "Beware of 1940."


Styles: Do you know what they gave Pauline and Remington for breakfast this morning? Black pudding with milk.
Nanette: Oh, that sounds horrible!
Styles: Sounds horrible? It would be all right if you only had to listen to it. But you got to eat it!


Mrs. Susan Smith: I've never seen such a man for bacon.
Pauline: I've never seen such bacon for a man.


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When Tom is following William and Nanette in a cab, he tells the cabbie to turn off the radio, which is broadcasting a horse race. The cabbie objects because he wants to know what happens to Samson and Delilah. Nine years later, Victor Mature would star in Samson and Delilah.
In this version, young Eve Arden plays the character of Winnie, but in the 1950 Doris Day remake "Tea For Two", she plays Pauline.
Though Nanette is portrayed as being a young girl/woman in dress, manner, and other characters' references to her (example: her uncle refers to her as his "little niece" on the phone), Anna Neagle, who plays Nanette, was somewhere around 36 years old during the making of this film.
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