The Girl from Jones Beach (1949)

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Glamour artist Bob Randolph is world famous for his paintings of a stunning beauty dubbed "The Randolph Girl". What the world doesn't know is that his pin-up creation is really a composite ... See full summary »

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25 August 2007 | wes-connors
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| On Trial for a Swim Suit
Ronald Reagan is a "Glamour Girl" painter, famous for his paintings of the sexy "Randolph Girl". When his pal Eddie Bracken wants to meet her, Mr. Reagan reveals she's actually a composite of twelve beautiful women. One day, at the Beach, Mr. Bracken spots Virginia Mayo in a bathing suit - Ms. Mayo is their "Dream Girl" come true! Alas, Mayo is an prim and proper schoolteacher type!

It's a very slight film; but, it has a very good message, if you can stay with it until the end. You may get a kick out of: Reagan using an unplugged electric razor on what looks like a clean shaved face, nobody answering the question, "How many 'Ms' are in the word Mississippi?" and, Reagan and Mayo reciting Shakespeare. With "Beach" in the title and Virginia Mayo in the credits, you know what you're getting with "The Girl from Jones Beach" - ankles, legs, knees, torso… but, stay calm, it's a 1949 film.

**** The Girl from Jones Beach (1949) Peter Godfrey ~ Ronald Reagan, Virginia Mayo, Eddie Bracken

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