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The Impatient Years (1944) was a Comedy - Romance Film directed by Irving Cummings and produced by Irving Cummings and Virginia Van Upp.

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Al Jolson made a studio recording of the song "Who Said Dreams Don't Come True?" (music and lyrics by Al Jolson, Harry Akst and Benny Davis), which originally was to be sung by Jolie over the opening credits. As release print begins, the melody is played without the Jolson vocal. His prerecording still exists. Later in the movie, Bob Haymes croons the ditty.
This movie was originally set to reunite the trio of stars of The More the Merrier (Jean Arthur, Joel McCrea and Charles Coburn). Only Arthur and Coburn are in it. McCrea backed out before shooting started and was replaced by Lee Bowman.
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