People Are Funny (film)

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People Are Funny
Directed by Sam White
Produced by William H. Pine (executive producer)
William C. Thomas (executive producer)
Sam White (producer)
Written by Dorcas Cochran (additional dialogue)
John Guedel (radio program)
David Lang (story)
Maxwell Shane (writer)
Starring See below
Cinematography Frank Jackman Jr.
Edited by Henry Adams
Distributed by Paramount Pictures
Release date
January 11, 1946
Running time
93 minutes
Country United States
Language English

People Are Funny is a 1946 American musical comedy film directed by Sam White based on the popular radio show of the same name.

Plot summary[edit]

Radio producer John Guedel is panicked and dumbfounded when his popular radio show Humbug is immediately taken off the air for making fun of the legal profession. Given a deadline to produce a replacement, Gudel contacts his writer girlfriend Corey Sullivan to help him but Corey has another client, Leroy Brinker seeking a radio show for himself. The two come across a radio show put on in a small town called People Are Funny that mixes bizarre challenges to contestants with musical entertainment. Corey gets the show's producer Pinky Wilson to bring his show to Mr Guedel.



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