She's Working Her Way Through College movie trailer - starring Virginia Mayo, Ronald Reagan, Gene Nelson, Phyllis Thaxter, Patrice Wymore, Roland Winters. Directed by H. Bruce Humberstone. Genre: Drama
Rating: Not Rated
Virginia Mayo and Ronald Reagan take the lead roles in a musical remake of The Male Animal, She's Working Her Way Through College (1952).
Little brother Richie (Peter Votrian) awakens his much admired thug brother Frankie (John Casavettes), mother (Virginia Gregg) soon joining them, in Don Siegel's Crime In The Streets, 1956.
Short on plausibility, Ronald Reagan ('Professor Palmer') enters a Times Square burlesque joint where ex-student Angela (Virginia Mayo), under a stage name, offers Harry Warren and Al Dubin's With Plenty Of Money And You, opening She's Working Her Way Through College, 1952.
Professor (Ronald Reagan) Palmer presiding, erstwhile burlesque star Angela (Virginia Mayo) and jock Don (Gene Nelson) offer Vernon Duke and Sammy Cahn's I'll Be Loving You, staged by LeRoy Prinz, in She's Working Her Way Through College, 1952
Angela (Virginia Mayo), burlesque star and new gal on campus, en route to class where charming Professor Palmer (Ronald Reagan), her former high-school teacher, is working his spell, in She's Working Her Way Through College, 1952.
Newly happy and confident now that she's using alcohol to cope with grief over the death of her first husband, singer Lillian Roth (Susan Hayward) on a wild date with soldier Wallie (Don Taylor), whom she scarcely knows, in I'll Cry Tomorrow, 1955.
Now a Hollywood singing star, Lillian Roth (Susan Hayward) happens in on her micro-managing mother (Jo Van Fleet), discussing prospects with lawyer David (Ray Danton), her childhood friend with whom she's recently re-united, in I'll Cry Tomorrow, 1955.
Losing her grip again, now in the thrall of her money-grubbing third husband Tony (Richard Conte), singer Lillian Roth (Susan Hayward) has an incident in an LA bar, in I'll Cry Tomorrow, 1955.
Hayward's Oscar-nominated performance highlights this moving account of actress Lillian Roth's struggle with alcoholism. Colorized version available.
Grand entrance for Susan Hayward, as the now grown-up Lillian Roth, in Hollywood shooting the number 'Sing, You Sinners' by W. Franke Harling and Sam Coslow, as made famous by the real Roth in Honey, 1930, Jo Van Fleet her preening mother, in I'll Cry Tomorrow, 1955.
James Cagney and Barbara Stanwyck shine in their only screen pairing, a powerful story of loss and regret co-starring Walter Pidgeon. After 20 years, middle-aged steel magnate Steve Bradford (Cagney) has decided to return to his hometown to take care of some unfinished business. Determined to find the son he fathered while still in high school, he tangles with orphanage director Ann Dempster (Stanwyck), who refuses to give him the young man's name. Turning to the courts in a brazen attempt to force Dempster to reveal the information, Bradford gets more than he bargained for when she introduces him to Suzie (Betty Lou Keim), an expectant 16-year-old who helps him realize that the wishes and feelings of others may be more important than his own.
Academy Award-winner Susan Hayward ("I Want to Live," "I Married a Witch") delivers an Oscar-nominated performance as singer-actress Lillian Roth, whose rise to stardom was nearly destroyed by alcoholism. This Academy Award-winning biography was nominated for four Oscars and co-stars Oscar-nominee Eddie Albert ("Roman Holiday," TV's "Green Acres"), Oscar-winner Jo Van Fleet ("East of Eden") and Richard Conte ("The Godfather").
Susan Hayward delivers an outstanding performance as singer- actress Lillian Roth, whose rise to stardom was nearly destroyed by alcoholism. Co-stars Eddie Albert, Jo Van Fleet and Richard Conte.
Margaret helps out a young pregnant woman.
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