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Comedy classics, 4 features the admiral was a lady ; All over town ; Behave yourself! ; The lady says no
- 1 of 1 copy available at LARL/NWRL Consortium.
0 current holds with 1 total copy.
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|Red Lake Falls Public Library||DVD COM (Text)||35500005311426||Main||Available||-|
1 videodisc (315 min.) : sd., b&w ; 4 3/4 in.
- Publisher: [Needham, Mass.] : Echo Bridge Home Entertainment, c2005.
|General Note:||Originally released as a motion picture from 1937 to 1951.|
|Summary, etc.:||The admiral was a lady: Romantic comedy featuring an officer, jean Madison, nicknamed "The Admiral," who captured the attentions of three lovable losers. (1950, 85 min.) -- All over town: When Ole and Chic learn that Joan Eldridge is going to lose the theater, where they're employed and which was left to Joan by her father, the comedy team plans a fund-raising gala, featuring Sally the Singing Seal. (1937, 51 min.) -- Behave yourself!: A stray Welsh terrier named Archie is the only living creature that knows where a fortune in stolen loot is hidden, and every crook in town is looking for him. (1951, 60 min.) -- The lady says no: Best-selling author Dorinda Hatch has achieved instant fame with the release of her man-trashing book, "A lady says no," a tell-all that warns women about the wicked ways of men. Bill Shelby (David Niven), a dashing but chauvinistic writer-photographer of a major magazine, arrives in town with the certainty that he can win Dorinda's heart. (1951).|
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DVD, digitally remastered.
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|Subject:||Man-woman relationships Drama