Walking My Baby Back Home (film)
|Walking My Baby Back Home|
|Directed by||Lloyd Bacon|
|Music by||Henry Mancini (uncredited)|
|Edited by||Ted J. Kent|
|Distributed by||Universal Pictures|
Donald O'Connor enjoyed working with Janet Leigh.
She hadn’t danced in years but was a real trouper. Nine times out of 10 we’d do all those beautiful dance routines on cement, and she got very tired, started falling a lot on her knees. And her knees started to swell three times their normal size. It was very painful. On the screen you can’t tell how she was suffering in that darn thing.
- Donald O'Connor as Clarence "Jigger" Miller
- Janet Leigh as Chris Hall
- Buddy Hackett as Blimp Edwards
- Lori Nelson as Claire Millard
- Scatman Crothers as "Smiley" Gordon
- Kathleen Lockhart as Mrs. Millard
- George Cleveland as Col. Dan Wallace
- John Hubbard as Rodney Millard
- Norman Abbott as Doc
- Phil Garris as Hank
- Walter Kingsford as Uncle Henry Hall
- Sidney Miller as Walter Thomas
- The Modernaires as themselves
- The Sportsmen Quartet as themselves (credited as The Sportsmen)
- "Walking My Baby Back Home (1953)". BFI.
- "Buddy Hackett - Movies and Filmography - AllMovie". AllMovie.
- Mindy Aloff (October 7, 2003). "Remembering a Hoofer, Donald O'Connor interview". Danceviewtimes.com. Retrieved 2017-06-08.
- Walking My Baby Back Home on IMDb
- Walking My Baby Back Home at the TCM Movie Database
- Walking My Baby Back Home at AllMovie
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