The Voice of the Turtle (film)
|The Voice of the Turtle|
|Directed by||Irving Rapper|
|Produced by||Charles Hoffman|
|Written by||John Van Druten
|Music by||Max Steiner|
|Edited by||Rudi Fehr|
|Distributed by||Warner Bros. Pictures|
The Voice of the Turtle (1947) is a comedy film starring Ronald Reagan, Eleanor Parker, Eve Arden, and Wayne Morris, directed by Irving Rapper, and based on the long-running 1943 play of the same name by John Van Druten.
Due to its retitling when it was released to television in the 50's, the film has become better known by its reissue name One for the Book.
A young actress agrees to a date with a soldier on a weekend pass after he's stood up by her friend. When the soldier has trouble getting a hotel room he ends up spending the weekend at her apartment.
- T.M.P. (December 26, 1947). "The Voice of the Turtle (1947) 'Voice Turtle' Becomes Movie". The New York Times.
- The Voice of the Turtle at the Internet Movie Database
- The Voice of the Turtle at the TCM Movie Database
- The Voice of the Turtle trailer
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