GenreMusical, Romance Duration CountryUnited States
WriterMaxwell Shane, Warren Wilson, William C. Thomas, Monte Brice, Charles Grayson Release dateDecember 26, 1937 GenresComedy, Musical, Black-and-white, Musical comedy CastAlice Faye (Betty Bradley), George Murphy (Hal Adams), Ken Murray (Don King), Charles Winninger (Cherokee Charlie), Andy Devine (Daisy Day), William Gargan (Fred Edwards) Similar moviesThirteen, Paradise Alley, Salaam Bombay!, Hookers on Davie, Prince, Downtown: A Street Tale
TaglineNow she's a DANCING Alice!
You re a sweetheart 1937
You're a Sweetheart is a 1937 musical film directed by David Butler. The movie stars Alice Faye, George Murphy and Ken Murray and was remade in 1943 under the title Cowboy in Manhattan.
You're a Sweetheart was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Art Direction by Jack Otterson.
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A big and important Broadway producer is opening his new big show. He is alarmed when he discovers his new show opens on the same night as a charity convention. He decides to lie about the tickets already being sold, so the show will be more alluring.
Alice Faye – Betty Bradley
George Murphy – Hal Adams
Ken Murray – Don King
Charles Winninger – Cherokee Charlie
Andy Devine – Daisy Day
William Gargan – Fred Edwards
Frank Jenks – Harry Howe
Donald Meek – Conway Jeeters
Constance Moore – Bit Role
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