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George Sidney

The Harvey Girls

102' - 1946 - Drama, Comedy - Dialogue: English
Director: George Sidney Composer: Harry Warren, Johnny Mercer With: Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, John Hodiak
Although known mainly for 'The Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe' number by the railway track, this period romance with a Western setting has many other memorable songs by Johnny Mercer and Harry Warren, including a wistful, nostalgic number for the three main girls. Judy Garland is in her most vigorous mood, well supported by John Hodiak, Ray Bolger and Angela Lansbury, and the production has that rich 40s look, with bright-hued Technicolor and a plethora of period trappings and swirling costumes.

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Credits

Director

George Sidney

Composer

Harry Warren, Johnny Mercer

With

Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, John Hodiak

Scenario

Edmund Beloin, Nathaniel Curtis, Harry Crane, James O'Hanlon, Samson Raphaelson

Director of Photography

George Folsey

Editor

Albert Akst

Producer

Arthur Freed

More information

Dialogue

English

Countries of production

United States of America

Screenplay based on

"The Harvey Girls" (Samuel Hopkins Adams)

Year

1946

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