My Wild Irish Rose (24-Dec-1947)|
Director: David Butler
Writer: Peter Milne
Based on a book: Song in His Heart by Rita Olcott
Producer: William Jacobs
||How Green Was My Valley
||The Big Broadcast of 1938
||Gramps on Lassie
||Three Little Words
||Fred on I Love Lucy
|Alan Hale, Sr.
||The Adventures of Robin Hood
||My Wild Irish Rose
||The Bank Dick
||Abner Kravitz on Bewitched
Review by Loraine Grether (posted on 7-Mar-2005)
I loved this movie and wish I could find a VHS of it. A light-hearted singing bouquet. Dennis Morgan had a beautiful, lilting, Irish tenor that sent his joy to all of us fortunate enough to hear it. He always appeared to love life and I hope he had a good one. His bio shows him to be a good husband and father and I wish his family all the best. No scandal and the same wife for all of his life. Couldn't ask for better than that. I do have the 78s of The Desert Song. I wish I could see this oldie too.
Review by Charles Rowe (posted on 18-Mar-2005)
I watched, and recorded, this film on Turner Classic Movies last night. They evidently own it. They show it about every two-three years.
Probably the best musical movie ever made.
Story, cast, ability of the cast, Americana, camera work, sound work, color, are all beyond superb.
It is a shame that all of the folks can't get to see this. All immigrants to this country should see it. The Olcott's were all recent immigrants.
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