Primrose Path

Synopsis: Ellie Mae lives on Primrose Hill with her good-hearted and fancy free mother, her drunken father, her younger sister and a mean-spirited grandmother. The Hill is not a good part of town, however. When she meets and falls for a hard-working man, they marry and she hides her past from him. When he discovers the truth it jeopardizes their marriage.
Genre: Drama
Director(s): Gregory La Cava
Production: RKO Pictures
  Nominated for 1 Oscar. Another 1 win.
 
IMDB:
7.0
APPROVED
Year:
1940
93 min
30 Views


Here I am-

what's left of me.

Did you bring

any presents, ma?

Oh, Honeybell, it ain't me

you want. It's the presents.

Stop talkin' to ma and

let her get her breath.

Hello, ma.

Hello, Ellie May.

Oh, gee, you look

pretty, ma!

Do i, hon?

Where's my present?

Oh.

Oh, look.

Ma's got a new fur.

Ain't I the one?

I want my present!

Oh, Honeybell!

You're a pest.

You take your present, run away,

and keep quiet. How's Homer?

He don't feel good.

Oh, that's too bad.

Here's something

for you, Ellie May.

And, ma, here's

something smelly.

Say, ma, Thelma introduced

me to the loveliest gentleman

a mr. Hawkins.

Tell you about it later.

Did you go

to the fair, ma?

Oh, boy, did i! Say, I've

been jounced and bounced

till I don't think there's

a whole bone left in my body.

Look!

A monkey in a pineapple!

Oh, ma,

ain't it cute?

Ain't it cute?

It looks like Homer.

Aw, let him be.

Well, its eyes light up.

It does look like Homer,

especially when

he hits the bottle.

Oh, Ellie May, ain't you

pleased with your present?

Sure,

I'm pleased, ma.

Well, how can you tell if

you don't even look at it?

I'm going down to the

beach to get some clams.

Now, there you are, ma.

Here I buy her

the best pair of silk

stockings I can for the money,

and she don't even

look at 'em.

I'll look

at 'em after.

You're pretty

particular about

where your presents

come from.

I ain't said nothin'.

Good-bye, ma. Good-bye.

Silk stockings'

ain't for a girl

that acts

like a boy.

You should've bought her a baseball bat.

I don't want none.

You got 8 pounds there. All right.

Here she comes.

Are you going

to say it?

I'm not afraid of her.

I'll say it.

Go on, say it.

Afraid of a girl?

I'm not

afraid of her!

Well, then I'll say it!

her mother was a lady-

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