Starring Jeanne Crain, Glenn Langan, Lynn Bari, Alan Young, Barbara Lawrence and Conrad Janis, "Margie" is a Comedy film directed by Henry King, released in the USA on October 16 of 1946.
It's all here...the songs and the youth...the love and the laughter... the warmth and the wonder!
Who is the director of "Margie":
Margie was directed by Henry King, an American director, actor, producer, and writer.
Before directing Margie, Henry King had directed A Bell for Adano, released in 1945, Wilson (1944), The Black Swan (1942), Remember the Day (1941), A Yank in the R.A.F. (1941), and Chad Hanna (1940). Since, he directed Captain from Castile, released in 1947, Deep Waters (1948), I'd Climb the Highest Mountain (1951), David and Bathsheba (1951), Wait 'Til the Sun Shines, Nellie (1952), and The Snows of Kilimanjaro (1952).
When was "Margie" released:
Margie was first released in the United States on Wednesday, October 16, 1946. Also released on this day was Blue Skies (dir. Stuart Heisler). This was seventy-three (73) years ago.
What is the casting of "Margie":
At the casting of Margie we find Jeanne Crain, previously seen in Leave Her to Heaven (1945) and State Fair (1945); Glenn Langan (Dragonwyck (1946), Sentimental Journey (1946)); Lynn Bari (Home, Sweet Homicide (1946), Shock (1946)) [ more... ]
- Jeanne Crain, Barbara Lawrence and Hobart Cavanaugh can be seen in A Letter to Three Wives, released in 1949.
- Lynn Bari and Esther Dale also appeared together in Hello Frisco, Hello, released in 1943.
- Esther Dale and Hobart Cavanaugh also appeared together in Broadway Serenade, released in 1939.
What is the Storyline of "Margie":
Starting in 1946, Margie (Jeanne Crain ) is a housewife who looks back to her teenage life in the 1920s. Back then, she was a joyful, high-spirited girl living with her dominant but good-hearted grandmother McSweeney (Esther Dale). She did not have many friends, except for her neighbor Marybelle Tenor (Barbara Lawrence), an outgoing teen who had a relationship with the handsome but dimwitted jock Johnny Green (Conrad Janis). Margie secretly had a small crush on Johnny as well, but she was more smitten with [...]
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