The Harvey Girls

  • 1946
  • Movie
  • NR
  • Comedy, Musical

THE HARVEY GIRLS is a lighthearted musical comedy with some terrific tunes by Harry Warren and Johnny Mercer including the Oscar-winning "On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe." Susan Bradley (Judy Garland) is a 19th-century mail-order bride who goes out west to work as a waitress at one of Fred Harvey's new restaurants. Ned Trent (John Hodiak) owns...read more

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THE HARVEY GIRLS is a lighthearted musical comedy with some terrific tunes by Harry Warren and Johnny Mercer including the Oscar-winning "On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe." Susan Bradley (Judy Garland) is a 19th-century mail-order bride who goes out west to work as a waitress at

one of Fred Harvey's new restaurants. Ned Trent (John Hodiak) owns the local saloon, and his girl friend is Em (Angela Lansbury), a Mae West type who runs a bawdy house in the small New Mexico town. THE HARVEY GIRLS has a little of everything: songs, dance, action, romance, and the triumph of

virtue and chastity over the forces of saloondom. Hodiak is suave and sophisticated as the gambler, and Garland was never more vibrant as the female lead. There is also some excellent supporting work by Ray Bolger, Marjorie Main, and Virginia O'Brien. Lenny Hayton received an Oscar nomination for

his musical direction.

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  • Review: THE HARVEY GIRLS is a lighthearted musical comedy with some terrific tunes by Harry Warren and Johnny Mercer including the Oscar-winning "On the Atchison, Topeka and the Santa Fe." Susan Bradley (Judy Garland) is a 19th-century mail-order bride who goes ou… (more)

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