Shady Lady (1945 film)

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Shady Lady
Shady Lady (1945 film).jpg
Directed by George Waggner
Screenplay by Curt Siodmak
Starring Charles Coburn, Robert Paige
Production
company
Release date
October 1945
Country United States
Language English

Shady Lady[1] is a 1945 romantic comedy directed by George Waggner and starring Charles Coburn, Robert Paige, and Ginny Simms. Waggner originally wanted Susanna Foster for the film but she refused it.[2] Ginny Simms sings floor show songs "Cuddle Up a Little Closer", "In Love With Love" and "Xango".[3]

Choreography by Lester Horton.

References[edit]

  1. ^ Shady Lady. Page at the IMDb (Internet Movie Database) website. Retrieved on 26 May 2016
  2. ^ Gene Blottner Universal sound westerns, 1929-1946: the complete filmography 2003 "Following Frisco Sal, George Waggner wanted Susanna Foster for Shady Lady (Universal, 1945). Foster commented, "I was in a very down period. I didn't like the list of the pictures they wanted me to do. I said no."
  3. ^ New York Times review 11 October 1945 "In producing this comedy-romance Universal frequently interrupts the story with night-club floor-show sequences which would be even duller than they are if Ginny Simms were not around, and in good voice, to sing "Cuddle Up a Little Closer" and "In Love With Love." "