Director David Butler
Country United States
Cinematography Wilfred M. Cline
|Release date October 10, 1951 (1951-10-10)|
Writer Harry Clork (screenplay), Roland Kibbee (screenplay), Peter Milne (screenplay), Avery Hopwood (play)
Cast Virginia Mayo (Carol), Lucille Norman (Abby), Virginia Gibson (June), Dennis Morgan (Vince), Gene Nelson (Ted), Tom Conway (Bennington)
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Painting the clouds with sunshine 1951 the birth of the blues
Painting the Clouds with Sunshine is the title of a Technicolor musical film released in 1951, directed by David Butler and starring Dennis Morgan and Virginia Mayo (singing voice was dubbed by Bonnie Lou Williams). The film is a musical adaptation of the 1919 play The Gold Diggers by Avery Hopwood. It is the fourth film adaptation of the play, after The Gold Diggers (1923), Gold Diggers of Broadway (1929) and Gold Diggers of 1933 (1933). The film features two songs from Gold Diggers of Broadway: the title song and "Tiptoe Through the Tulips"; as well as a song from Gold Diggers of 1933, "We're in the Money".
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- Plot summary
Gene nelson sings tiptoe through the tulips with me in painting the clouds with sunshine wmv
Three smart Las Vegas theatrical girls decide to look for husbands; - Carol, (Virginia Mayo), who thinks a millionaire would be good, Abby (Lucille Norman), who is in love with baritone Vince Nichols (Dennis Morgan), but is perturbed because he gambles, and June (Virginia Gibson), who has a crush on Ted Lansing, a dancer, (Gene Nelson). Ted, however, is in love with Abby.
"Laborious plot, conventional climax - but good dances and leg-art."
ReferencesPainting the Clouds with Sunshine (film) Wikipedia
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