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In this amiable Columbia B musical, society girl Ann Miller escapes her Back Bay family by performing in the chorus line in a burlesque house. But trouble starts when her boss (William Wright) decides to build her up as a star. One of the many bread-and-butter Columbia productions graced by the contributions of Cole’s in-house dance studio. Cole dances behind Miller in “I’m Gonna See My Baby.” --Museum of Modern Art

  1. Monte Brice

    Screenplay, Story

  2. Arthur Dreifuss

    Director

Top Billed Cast

  1. Ann Miller

    Ann Miller

    Eadie Allen / Edithea Alden

  2. Joe Besser

    Joe Besser

    Professor Diogenes Dingle

  3. William Wright

    William Wright

    Tommy Foley

  4. Jeff Donnell

    Jeff Donnell

    Pamela 'Pepper' Parker

  5. Marion Martin

    Marion Martin

    Rose Allure

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Eadie Was a Lady
Eadie Was a Lady

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Status Released

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  • January 24, 1945
    Theatrical

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Original Language English

Runtime 1h 7m

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