You're a Sweetheart

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You're a Sweetheart
Theatrical Poster
Directed by David Butler
Produced by Buddy G. DeSylva
Written by Story:
Maxwell Shane
Warren Wilson
William C. Thomas
Monte Brice
Charles Grayson
Starring Alice Faye
George Murphy
Ken Murray
Music by Charles E. Henderson. Songs: Jimmy McHugh (music), Harold Adamson (lyrics)
Cinematography George Robinson
Edited by Bernard W. Burton
Distributed by Universal Pictures
Release date
December 26, 1937
Running time
96 minutes
Country United States
Language English

You're a Sweetheart is a 1937 Universal musical film directed by David Butler. The movie stars Alice Faye, George Murphy and Ken Murray and was remade in 1943 under the title Cowboy in Manhattan.

You're a Sweetheart was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Art Direction by Jack Otterson.[1]


A big and important Broadway producer is opening his new big show. He is alarmed when he discovers his new show opens on the same night as a charity convention. He decides to lie about the tickets already being sold, so the show will be more alluring.




  1. ^ "NY Times: You're a Sweetheart". NY Times. Retrieved 2008-12-10. 

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