Thank Your Lucky Stars

Synopsis: Two producers are putting together a Calvacade of Stars for a wartime charity show. Along with a list of well-knowns they promote the work of an unknown singer and songwriter.
Genre: Comedy, Musical
Director(s): David Butler
Production: Warner Bros.
 
IMDB:
7.3
APPROVED
Year:
1943
127 min
24 Views


The bulls. Somebody's tipped them off.

Somebody squealed to the cops.

My mama done told them.

My old lady, a stool pigeon.

I'm trapped. Trapped like a rat.

They're coming in on me.

They're getting closer, closer:

Oh, they got me.

Oh, Mama.

Mama, I gotta talk fast now.

You was right.

I've been in some big towns.

I heard me some big talk.

But there's one thing I know.

I can't die till I get even with Fish-eye.

Fish-eye.

A woman's a two-face

A worrisome thing

Who'll leave you to sing

The blues in the night

Good. Good. Good.

Thank you, John Garfield.

Thank you very much

and good night, John.

If you please, Cookie Fairchild.

Potatoes are cheaper

Tomatoes are cheaper

Now's the time to fall in love

Why, the butcher, the baker

The candlestick maker

Gave the price a downward shove...

Here we are. Step right in the bus, folks.

We're leaving in a minute for a glimpse...

...at the homes of Hollywood's

biggest movie stars.

It's the biggest 50-cent value

in Hollywood.

Don't miss this opportunity.

You can tell the folks...

...you saw Bette Davis picking flowers

in her own backyard.

There's a million thrills in Beverly Hills.

Take a glamorous trip

through the Sunset Strip.

Come on, driver. It's 25 after 5.

Just let me get two more suckers, will you?

I mean, customers. Just two more.

No waiting. No delay.

We leave in exactly...

Hey, Pete.

Will you please give me a break?

It's tough without trying

to out-shout that guy.

Okay. Okay.

- Hi, Pete.

How are you, Mr. Butler?

- Got a Sporting News?

- Yes.

- How's it, Pete?

- Haven't seen you in quite a while.

Olivia de Havilland, Alan Hale.

Step right this way...

- Are you going to the fights, Mark?

- Hello.

Oh, hello, Joe.

What's that for?

Have you given up acting?

No, but, well, a fella's gotta make

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Norman Panama

Norman Kaye Panama (April 21, 1914 – January 13, 2003) was an American screenwriter and film director born in Chicago, Illinois. He collaborated with a former schoolfriend, Melvin Frank, to form a writing partnership which endured for three decades. He also wrote gags for comedians such as Bob Hope's radio program and for Groucho Marx. The most famous films he directed were Li'l Abner (1959), the Danny Kaye film The Court Jester (1956), and the Bob Hope film How to Commit Marriage (1969). He wrote Mr. Blandings Builds His Dream House (1948), Road to Utopia (1946), and The Court Jester, among other movies. He won an Edgar Award for A Talent for Murder (1981), a play he co-wrote with Jerome Chodorov. Panama continued to write and direct through the 1980s. He died in 2003 in Los Angeles, California, aged 88, from complications of Parkinson's disease. more…

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