The People's Choice (1946)

Approved   |    |  Comedy, Musical, Romance

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Filmed in 16 mm, primarily intended for the school/institutional and home-rental, the plot has Abner Snell running for councilman in a small town. He accidentally becomes the "Mystery Lady"... See full summary »

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5 July 2005 | lstaszak
| Interesting bit of trivia
I doubt that there are any copies of this film remaining. I saw it years ago when one of Bill Kennedy's associates ran it it on Bill's local (Detroit) TV show. It is an interesting bit of motion picture history. Kennedy had accumulated some money as a WB contract actor. He financed the film himself and lost his shirt. The picture was filmed and released in 16 mm. The theory being that it could be shown in local school and church auditoriums in small towns that had no movie theaters. Seeing handsome young Bill Kennedy singing with a woman's voice was a bit disconcerting but there were so many "different" low budget movies made in the mid-forties; I guess it wasn't that strange.


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21 March 1946



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