Dancing Co-Ed (1939)

Passed   |    |  Comedy, Music, Romance

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Right before the dancing Tobins ought to film a new production, his wife tells Freddy Tobin that she's pregnant. So the producer desperately has to seek a replacement and starts a ... See full summary »



  • Lana Turner and Ann Rutherford in Dancing Co-Ed (1939)
  • Lana Turner and Richard Carlson in Dancing Co-Ed (1939)
  • Lana Turner in Dancing Co-Ed (1939)
  • Lana Turner in Dancing Co-Ed (1939)
  • Lana Turner in Dancing Co-Ed (1939)
  • Lana Turner and Lee Bowman in Dancing Co-Ed (1939)

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19 February 2018 | A_Different_Drummer
| Meet the Blonde Bonfire
Which is how the studio PR Dept described Lana in her next few movies, significantly just after the male moviegoing public digested this one. As a B-grade comedy, it is simply that. As a Turner vehicle on the upward arc of her career it is something else. You were almost a decade into the Hayes Code and if you were looking for something a little higher octane than the typical Hollywood assembly line product, this was your stop. Turner, born in 1921, was a legitimate teen herself -- this was decades before Hollywood started casting "older for younger" -- and in short skirts, short shorts, and closeups, she steals the film at a felony level.

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