Calendar Girl (1947 film)

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Calendar Girl
Calendar Girl lobby card.jpg
Lobby card
Directed by Allan Dwan
Produced by Allan Dwan (associate producer)
Written by Lee Loeb (story)
Lee Loeb (screenplay)
Mary Loos (screenplay)
Richard Sale (screenplay)
Starring See below
Music by Nathan Scott
Cinematography Reggie Lanning
Edited by Fred Allen
Distributed by Republic Pictures
Release dates
January 31, 1947 (1947-01-31)
Running time
88 minutes
Country United States
Language English

Calendar Girl is a 1947 American musical comedy film directed by Allan Dwan. The film is also known as Star Dust and Sweet Music (American reissue title). The movie was written by Lee Loeb, Mary Loos, and Richard Sale, with a cast featuring Jane Frazee, Gail Patrick, Victor McLaglen, Irene Rich, Franklin Pangborn and William Marshall.

This was Patrick's last film before retiring from acting in the wake of her marriage.


The film tells the story of two best friends from Boston who come to Greenwich Village in 1900, one to become a famous artist, the other to become a famous composer. The composer falls in love with the girl next door, but she is intrigued by his friend, who has secrets he feels he doesn't need to share with her.


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