Susie Steps Out (1946)

Passed   |    |  Comedy, Music, Romance


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When her father, Papa Russell (Percival Vivian), loses his job because of illness, adolescent Susie Russell (played by newcomer and top-billed Nita Hunter) poses as older than she is in ... See full summary »


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19 April 2006 | jazzybill
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| Susie Steps Out from 1946
The movie SUSIE STEPS OUT (1946) is an interesting movie about singing. Susie wants to become a singer and lead a long healthy career being successful. She is determined to hit it big with a singing career. The cast includes an uncredited role for legendary Actress Shelley Winters where is appears briefly as a female singer. Shelley Winters sings a song briefly to compete for the singing job but unfortunately Shelley doesn't win the competition and Susie does. The cast includes w/ David Bruce, Cleatus Caldwell, Howard Freeman, Grady Sutton, Margaret Dumont, Percival Vivian, Nita Hunter, Joseph J. Greene, John Berkes, Harry Barris, Emmett Vogan, Syd Saylor and Shelley Winters uncredited as a female singer.

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Comedy | Music | Romance

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Release Date:

13 December 1946

Language

English


Country of Origin

USA

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