Little Miss Broadway

Synopsis: An orphan is provisionally adopted by the manager of a hotel populated by show business people. The hotel's owner doesn't like the entertainers and wants the girl returned to the orphanage.
Genre: Drama, Musical
Director(s): Irving Cummings
Production: 20th Century Fox
 
IMDB:
6.6
APPROVED
Year:
1938
72 min
26 Views


- Well, it is a pretty song.

- Know why I like it?

- No. Why?

The words are just the way

I feel about you and Pop.

No foolin'?

Lots of times I wanted to thank you,

oh, ever so much.

Well, you don't have to,

darling.

I'm afraid I can't

'cause--

? How can I thank you ?

? How do I start ?

? The words are somewhere ?

? Around my heart ?

? If I could say ?

? In a word or two ?

? How much it means ?

? To be loved by you ?

? Then I could thank you ?

? For all you've done ?

? But I don't know what ?

? To do ?

? What can you say ?

? When a dream comes true ?

? How can I ever ?

? Thank you ?

Mmm. Don't you try to, dear.

Now you just close your eyes

and go right to sleep.

- Happy dreams.

- [ Sighs ] Thanks.

- Good night, darling.

- Good night.

- Good night.

- Good night.

You old pumpkin!

We've gotta stick together.

It's one for all, and divided we fall.

The wolf is at the door,

and the handwriting is on the wall.

- Pop's always been regular with us.

- He sure has.

So what does

it get him?

A shady nook behind

the eight ball.

We gotta go out and hock

everything we own.

Jewelry, trunks, instruments,

props, everything.

We've got our sorority pins.

Get all the dough you can

and give it to Pop.

If it wasn't for Pop, we'd all

have barnacles on our hips...

from sleeping on park benches.

And that's what'll happen if

that old battle-ax next door...

puts him out of the hotel.

It's up to us

to raise some dough.

Jimmy,

here's my watch.

What about that

stickpin?

Oh-Oh, wait, wait!

You're choking me!

My goodness,

don't pull it so hard.

- I'll give it to you.

- [ Laughing ]

- Yes?

- May I see Miss Sarah Wendling, please?

- She's not at home.

- When will she be back?

I don't know.

[ Vehicle Approaching ]

[ Tires screeching ]

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