Scudda hoo! Scudda hay! / Twentieth Century-Fox presents ; screen play by F. Hugh Herbert ; produced by Walter Morosco ; directed by F. Hugh Herbert.
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|Ohio Twp PL - Bell Road Library||DVD SCUDDA (DRAMA) (Text)||39206021015639||Audiovisual - DVD||Available||-|
- Publisher: United States : Released through Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp., ©1948.
|General Note:|| Comedy/drama; feature.
"From a novel by George Agnew Chamberlain."
Bracketed cast credits were supplied from xerox of studio records supplied by AFI cataloger. According to Motion picture guide, 1985, Marilyn Monroe's part was cut, and she appears only briefly with her back to the camera.
"Color by Technicolor. Western Electric Recording."
Playing time on release was 95 min., according to: Film daily yearbook, 1949.
"Approved, MPAA, certificate no. 12332 "
Copyright: Twentieth Century-Fox Film Corp.; 11Mar48; LP1865.
|Creation/Production Credits Note:|| Director of photography, Ernest Palmer; Technicolor color director, Natalie Kalmus; associate, Leonard Doss. Art direction, Lyle Wheeler, Albert Hogsett; music, Cyril Mockridge; conducted by Lionel Newman; orchestral arrangements, Herbert Spencer and Earle Hagen; set decorations, Thomas Little, Stanley Detlie; editorial supervision, Harmon Jones; wardrobe direction, Charles LeMaire; costumes designed by Bonnie Cashin; makeup artist, Ben Nye; special photographic effects, Fred Sersen; sound, Eugene Grossman, Roger Heman.
|Participant or Performer Note:|| June Haver [Rad McGill]. With Lon McCallister [Snug Dominy]. Walter Brennan [Tony Maule], Anne Revere [Judith Dominy], Natalie Wood [Bean McGill], Robert Karnes [Stretch Dominy], Henry Hull [Milt Dominy], Tom Tully [Roarer McGill]. [Lee MacGregor (Ches); Ken Christy (Sheriff Bursom); Tom Moore (Judge Stillwell); Matt McHugh (Jim); Charles Wagenheim (barber); Herbert Heywood (Dugan); Edward Gargan (Ted); Guy Beach (Elmer); G. Pat Collins (Malone); Charles Woolf (Jeff); Eugene Jackson (stable hand); Colleen Townsend, Marilyn Monroe (girl friends)].
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