Katie Did It (1950)

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Katherine Standish, who has been brought up in a strict manner in a prudish New England town, falls in love with a city slicker commercial artist, Peter Van Arden. The romance blossoms ... See full summary »


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25 August 2020 | bkoganbing
| Silly Misinterpretation
A rather silly misinterpretation of a statemet by Mark Stevens prevents he and Ann Blyth from getting together in this weak comedy. Said misinterpretation is a mighty weak reed to support this film Katie Did It.

Stevens is a free spirited artist vacationing in a small New England town. Blyth is the town librarian much like Marian Paroo in The Music Man. Blyth is the niece of the town matriarch iron willed Elizabeth Patterson. These folks have some strict puritan like standards which is half the problem, The other half is Patterson's rebellious and randy (for puritan New England) brother Cecil Kellaway.

Katie Did It is amusing in spots and Ann Blyth gets to sing a song which for me was the highlight of the film.

Fans of the principal players will enjoy it.

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