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Fancy Pants (film)

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Director  George Marshall
Duration  
Initial DVD release  June 29, 2004
Language  English
6.7/10 IMDb

Genre  Comedy, Musical, Western
Running time  1h 32m
Music director  Nathan Van Cleave
Country  United States
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Writer  Harry Leon Wilson, Edmund L. Hartmann, Robert OBrien
Release date  1950 (1950)
Cast  Bob Hope (Humphrey / Arthur Tyler), Lucille Ball (Agatha Floud), Bruce Cabot (Cart Belknap), Lea Penman (Effie Floud), Jack Kirkwood (Mike Floud)
Similar movies  Self/less, Birdman, Pitch Perfect 2, Frozen, Pirates of the Caribbean: Dead Man's Chest, Aladdin
Tagline  Bob tames that "wildcat" gal!

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Fancy Pants is a 1950 American Technicolor romantic comedy film, directed by George Marshall starring Lucille Ball and Bob Hope. It is a musical adaptation of Ruggles of Red Gap.

Contents

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Plot

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A B-grade stage actor is convinced to play the role of a butler for a Western family who are about to host President Theodore Roosevelt.

The deception is eventually uncovered, and the actor and the family's daughter eventually fall in love.

Cast

  • Bob Hope as Humphrey aka Arthur Tyler
  • Lucille Ball as Agatha Floud (singing voice was dubbed by Annette Warren)
  • Bruce Cabot as Cart Belknap
  • Jack Kirkwood as Mike Floud
  • Lea Penman as Effie Floud
  • Hugh French as George Van Basingwell
  • Eric Blore as Sir Wimbley
  • Joseph Vitale as Wampum
  • John Alexander as Teddy Roosevelt
  • Norma Varden as Lady Maude
  • Virginia Keiley as Rosalind
  • Colin Keith-Johnston as Twombley
  • Joe Wong as Wong
  • References

    Fancy Pants (film) Wikipedia
    Fancy Pants (film) IMDbFancy Pants (film) themoviedb.org


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