Hired gunman Audie Murphy rides into town. Who is he there to kill? There's No Name On The Bullet (1959).
When she's branded as a 'bad girl,' a troubled teen fights for her parents' approval in On The Loose (1951).
A small-town girl (Janet Leigh) finds love on the road to Broadway stardom in the Technicolor musical Two Tickets To Broadway (1951).
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An ex-con sets out to find the money which was hidden after a payroll robbery but is persuaded to turn it over to the police by his former accomplice's widow.
Three women, three different situations: Whitney (Williams), a rich girl who leaves her groom at the altar; Una (Vivian Blaine), a shopgirl whose desire to marry is continually thwarted by the duty assignments of her sailor boyfriend; Mary Kate (Joan Evans), who was left at the altar by a hesitant fiancé. Soon, all three women report for induction at the Great Lakes Naval Training Station and end up roommates. What follows is a frothy and fun musical buoyed by a chipper cast and seven tunes by Ralph Blane and Harry Warren. Skirts Ahoy! features two swim numbers with Williams and a star turn by Debbie Reynolds and Bobby Van, who sparkle in a special song-and-dance routine to "Oh By Jingo!" Ahoy, indeed!
Three women in three different situations report for induction at the Great Lakes Naval Training Station and end up roommates. What follows is a frothy and fun musical.
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