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Tom, Dick and Harry

(DVD - 2009)
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Tom, Dick and Harry
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Dreamy and somewhat dizzy telephone operator Janie has a steady boyfriend, a real go-getter salesman named Tom, eagerly pursuing the American Dream. Then she gets--and accepts--three proposals of marriage in under a week! The first is from Tom, who lacks the romantic impulses Janie thinks she needs. The second is from millionaire playboy R.J. Hamilton, aka Dick, who inspires Cinderella fantasies of glamour and pageantry. But it's the third, from Harry, that causes the most trouble. Harry's an easy-going nonconformist auto mechanic with a romantic streak, snappy wit, and a kiss that inspires music. Can Janie find happiness with him? Full of both pin-up glamour and screwball comedy, especially in the cartoonish dream sequences, the film highlights Ginger Rogers' perfect combination of skepticism and daffiness.
Title: Tom, Dick and Harry
[videorecording]
Publisher: Burbank, CA : Turner Entertainment Co. : Distributed by Warner Home Video, 2009
Edition: Full screen presentation
Characteristics: 1 videodisc (87 min.) :,sd., b&w ;,4 3/4 in
Statement of Responsibility: an RKO Radio picture ; RKO Radio Pictures, Inc., presents ; produced by Robert Sisk ; story and screenplay by Paul Jarrico ; directed by Garson Kanin
Notes: Number of discs, special features, and language options may vary by copy
Originally released as an American motion picture in 1941
This disc has been recorded using DVD-R equipment and may not play in all DVD players, recorders or drives
Summary: Dreamy and somewhat dizzy telephone operator Janie has a steady boyfriend, a real go-getter salesman named Tom, eagerly pursuing the American Dream. Then she gets--and accepts--three proposals of marriage in under a week! The first is from Tom, who lacks the romantic impulses Janie thinks she needs. The second is from millionaire playboy R.J. Hamilton, aka Dick, who inspires Cinderella fantasies of glamour and pageantry. But it's the third, from Harry, that causes the most trouble. Harry's an easy-going nonconformist auto mechanic with a romantic streak, snappy wit, and a kiss that inspires music. Can Janie find happiness with him? Full of both pin-up glamour and screwball comedy, especially in the cartoonish dream sequences, the film highlights Ginger Rogers' perfect combination of skepticism and daffiness.
Additional Contributors: Breckenridge, Betty Actor
Silvers, Phil 1911-1985, Actor
Lester, Vicki 1915-, Actor
Lonergan, Lenore 1928-1989, Actor
Seymour, Jane approximately 1898-1956, Actor
Cunningham, Joseph 1890-1943, Actor
Meredith, Burgess 1907-1997, Actor
Marshal, Alan 1909-1961, Actor
Murphy, George 1902-1992, Actor
Rogers, Ginger 1911-1995, Actor
Kanin, Garson 1912-1999, Director
Jarrico, Paul
Sisk, Robert 1903-1964, Producer
Warner Home Video (Firm)
Turner Entertainment Co
RKO Radio Pictures
Branch Call Number: DVD Comedy TOM
Credits: Director of photography, Merritt Gerstad ; editor, John Sturges ; art director, Van Nest Polglase ; musical score by Roy Webb ; special effects by Vernon L. Walker ; gowns by Reniè.
Performers: Ginger Rogers (Janie), George Murphy (Tom), Alan Marshal (Dick), Burgess Meredith (Harry), Joe Cunningham (Pop), Jane Seymour (Ma), Lenore Lonergan (Butch), Vicki Lester (Paula), Phil Silvers (Ice cream man), Betty Breckenridge (Gertrude).
System Details: DVD-R; Dolby Digital mono; aspect ratio 1.33:1
Subject Headings: Women Conduct of life Drama Man-woman relationships Drama Friendship Drama Betrothal Drama Marriage Drama Love Drama
Genre/Form: Fiction films
Romantic comedy films
Comedy films
Feature films
Topical Term: Women
Man-woman relationships
Friendship
Betrothal
Marriage
Love
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Comment by: multcolib_rachaels Apr 25, 2014

In my opinion, Ginger Rogers is a better comedian than a dancer. And you know she is a very fine dancer indeed. On the surface, her character in Tom, Dick and Harry is an empty headed young lady who sees getting a rich man as the height of all that is possible for her. But, sometimes subtly and s... Read More »

Will Ginger Rogers choose the millionaire, the socialist, or the boy next door? With only her bizarre dream sequences to guide her, it's a toss up to the end.


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Apr 25, 2014
  • multcolib_rachaels rated this: 5 stars out of 5.

In my opinion, Ginger Rogers is a better comedian than a dancer. And you know she is a very fine dancer indeed. On the surface, her character in Tom, Dick and Harry is an empty headed young lady who sees getting a rich man as the height of all that is possible for her. But, sometimes subtly and sometimes not-so, this movie is skewering the whole idea of that desire.

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