I Can Get It for You Wholesale1951
Starring Susan Hayward, Dan Dailey, George Sanders, Sam Jaffe, Randy Stuart and Marvin Kaplan, "I Can Get It for You Wholesale" (also known as "Conquistatrice, La") is a Drama film directed by Michael Gordon, released in the USA on April 04 of 1951.
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Who directed "I Can Get It for You Wholesale":
I Can Get It for You Wholesale was directed by Michael Gordon, an English director, actor, and writer.
Before I Can Get It for You Wholesale, Michael Gordon had directed Cyrano de Bergerac, released in 1950, Woman in Hiding (1950), The Lady Gambles (1949), An Act of Murder (1948), Another Part of the Forest (1948), and The Web (1947). Since, he directed The Secret of Convict Lake, released in 1951, Pillow Talk (1959), Portrait in Black (1960), Boys' Night Out (1962), For Love or Money (1963), and Move Over, Darling (1963).
What was the release date of "I Can Get It for You Wholesale":
I Can Get It for You Wholesale was first released on Wednesday, April 04, 1951, in the United States. Another film released on Wednesday, April 04, 1951 is The Tales of Hoffmann (dir. Michael Powell and Emeric Pressburger). This was sixty-eight (68) years ago.
What is the cast of "I Can Get It for You Wholesale":
At the casting of I Can Get It for You Wholesale we find Susan Hayward, previously seen in Rawhide (1951) and I'd Climb the Highest Mountain (1951); Dan Dailey (Call Me Mister (1951), I'll Get By (1950)); George Sanders (All About Eve (1950), Samson and Delilah (1949)) [ more... ]
- Harry von Zell and Mary Philips also appeared together in Dear Wife, released in 1949.
- Harry von Zell and Susan Hayward can both be seen in The Saxon Charm, released in 1948.
- George Sanders and Randy Stuart can also be seen in All About Eve, released in 1950.
- Harry von Zell and Dan Dailey have both also be seen in Call Me Mister, released in 1951.
What is the Storyline of "I Can Get It for You Wholesale":
Set in New York City's garment district, the story focuses on ambitious model and fashion designer Harriet Boyd, production manager Sam Cooper, and salesman Teddy Sherman, who leave their firm to start their own business that specializes in $10.95 dresses. Their plans temporarily are derailed when Harriet's mother refuses to give her the insurance payment the family received when her father died, having promised it to Harriet's younger sister Marge for her wedding. Harriet dupes Marge and her fiance Ray [...]
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