Posts from ethanedwards in thread „Do You Love Me (1946)“

    Do You Love Me is a 1946 Technicolor musical film
    directed by Gregory Ratoff, starring Maureen O'Hara and Dick Haymes.

    Harry James's tendency toward womanizing is treated as a great gag, culminating,
    at the very end of the movie, in a surprise cameo by a very special guest: Betty Grable,
    to whom James was married at the time.

    Good fun movie to watch.
    Betty Grable and her husband
    make cameo apperances.

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    Author: jotix100 from New York



    Information from IMDb

    Plot Summary
    Katharine Hilliard, mousy dean of a stuffy music school,
    meets and is insulted by swing band leader Barry Clayton on a train.
    To "show" him she takes a friend's advice, removes her glasses,
    and puts on a designer gown. Naturally, she becomes gorgeous.
    Soon, both Barry and crooner Jimmy Hale are after her,
    and she finds herself in the midst of triangles and misunderstandings.
    Written by Rod Crawford

    Full Cast
    Maureen O'Hara .... Katherine 'Kitten' Hilliard
    Dick Haymes .... Jimmy Hale
    Harry James .... Barry Clayton
    Reginald Gardiner .... Herbert Benham
    Richard Gaines .... Ralph Wainwright
    Stanley Prager .... Dilly
    Harry James' Music Makers .... Themselves
    B.S. Pulley .... Taxi Driver
    Chick Chandler .... Earl Williams
    Alma Kruger .... Mrs. Joshua Frederick Crackleton
    Almira Sessions .... Miss Wayburn
    Douglas Wood .... Dr. Dunfee
    Harlan Briggs .... Mr. Higbee
    Julia Dean .... Mrs. Allen
    Harry Hays Morgan .... Prof. Allen
    Dale Barringer .... Dancer/Newsboy
    Eric Freeman .... Dancer/Painter
    Charles Aaron .... Dancer/Sailor
    Ruth Costello .... Dancer/Sailor's Girl
    Dorothy Costello .... Dancer/Sailor's Girl
    Ernie Adams .... Singing Western Union Boy (uncredited)
    Diane Ascher .... Jive Dancer (uncredited)
    Lex Barker .... Party Guest (uncredited)
    Jack Barnett .... Dancer (uncredited)
    Brooks Benedict .... Photographer (uncredited)
    William 'Billy' Benedict .... Singing Western Union Boy (uncredited)
    Wilson Benge .... Waiter (uncredited)
    Eugene Borden .... Headwaiter (uncredited)
    Esther Brodelet .... Dancer (uncredited)
    Les Clark .... Bellhop (uncredited)
    Kay Connors .... Secretary (uncredited)
    Ashley Cowan .... Bellhop (uncredited)
    Jimmy Cross .... Bellhop (uncredited)
    Harry Depp .... Singing Western Union Boy (uncredited)
    Cathy Downs .... Clothes Model (uncredited)
    Bess Flowers .... Nightclub Extra (uncredited)
    William Frambes .... Usher (uncredited)
    Betty Grable .... Cameo appearance (uncredited)
    Fred Graham .... Doorman (uncredited)
    Jesse Graves .... Bartender (uncredited)
    Marjorie Jackson .... Dancer (uncredited)
    Sam McDaniel .... Bartender (uncredited)
    Frank Melton .... Desk Clerk (uncredited)
    Harold Miller .... Party Guest (uncredited)
    Alberto Morin .... French Waiter (uncredited)
    Philip Morris .... Doorman (uncredited)
    Evelyn Mulhall .... Woman (uncredited)
    Spec O'Donnell .... Singing Western Union Boy (uncredited)
    Lillian Porter .... Dancer (uncredited)
    Jack Scordi .... Jive Dancer (uncredited)
    Harry Seymour .... Headwaiter (uncredited)
    Maria Shelton .... Miss Fairchild (uncredited)
    Napoleon Simpson .... Attendant (uncredited)
    George Sorel .... French Waiter (uncredited)
    Larry Steers .... Man Entering Hotel (uncredited)
    Bruce Warren .... Carter Holden, Piano Player (uncredited)
    Charles Williams .... Bellhop (uncredited)

    Writing Credits
    Dorothy Bennett additional dialogue
    Robert Ellis
    Frank Gabrielson uncredited
    Bert Granet story
    Helen Logan

    Edward Cronjager

    Original Music
    David Buttolph (uncredited)

    Non-Original Music
    Franz Liszt (from "Aneés de Pelerinage") (uncredited)
    Felix Mendelssohn-Bartholdy (wedding march from "A Midsummer Night's Dream") (uncredited)
    Pyotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (from "Symphony No.4 Opus 36") (uncredited)

    "Lux Radio Theater" broadcast a 60 minute radio adaptation of the movie on December 23, 1946 with Dick Haymes and Maureen O'Hara reprising their film roles.

    Filming Locations
    20th Century Fox Studios - 10201 Pico Blvd., Century City, Los Angeles, California, USA