CastEddie Bracken (Jack Mitchell), June Preisser (Susan Lawrence), Phillip Terry (Prof. Martin Lawrence), Nils Asther (Prof. Henri Menard), Frieda Inescort (Mrs. Menard), Betty Jane Rhodes (Louise Menard) WriterRobert Blees, Beulah Marie Dix (story), Eve Greene, Bertram Millhauser (story) GenresComedy, Mystery, Musical, Musical comedy Similar moviesMurder with Music (1941), Broadway Big Shot (1942), Now and Forever (1934), Television Spy (1939), Before Dawn (1933)
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Sweater Girl is a 1942 American mystery and comedy film written by Robert Blees and Beulah Marie Dix, directed by William Clemens and starring Eddie Bracken, June Preisser, Phillip Terry, and Betty Jane Rhodes. It was released on July 13, 1942.
Sweater Girl marked the debut of the classic World War II-era wartime song, "I Don't Want To Walk Without You". The song was performed on screen by actress Betty Jane Rhodes.
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While preparing for Midvale College's upcoming revue, which includes a trick shot with a gun, singer Susan Lawrence develops a romantic interest in Jack Mitchell, who also sings, while their friend Louise Menard is seeing Susan's brother, a professor. All are shocked when songwriter Johnny Arnold is strangled and school reporter Miles Tucker poisoned with the glue from an envelope.
A detective named McGill begins an investigation. One night Jack volunteers to look after Louise's mother, a helpless invalid. Susan becomes worried and, when she arrives, Mrs. Menard is trying to help Jack, who has narrowly avoided being killed.
With help from Louise's father, a professor, McGill deduces that Mrs. Menard is holding a grudge from a previous child's death, which she blames on an initiation rite at the school. She has also secretly exchanged Susan's trick gun with a loaded one, which she uses in the show. Everyone arrives too late, but luckily, Susan's aim is bad, Jack survives and all live happily ever after.