Deanna Durbin Sweetheart Pack
The song-filled romantic comedy "Something In The Wind" (1947) finds singing disc jockey Durbin kidnapped by John Dall, who thinks she was involved with his tycoon grandfather; she "Can't Help Singing" (1944) as an 1840s senator's daughter who heads west to be with her beau; "First Love" (1939) features Durbin as an orphan adopted by a wealthy but nasty family; she's a spunky hat-check girl who poses as Robert Cummings' fiancee in "It Started With Eve" (1941); after witnessing a murder from a train, she teams with a mystery writer to find the culprit in "Lady On A Train" (1945); and in her feature film debut, Durbin is one of "Three Smart Girls" (1936) who go to great lengths to stop their father's marriage to a golddigger. 9 hrs. on two discs. Standard; Soundtrack: English Dolby Digital mono.
Academy Award ®
Nominee: Best Picture, Best Original Story, Best Cinematography (Black and White), Best Art Direction--Set Decoration, Best Sound, Best Sound, Best Score, Best Score (Musical), Best Score (Musical), Best Song ("More And More")
- Charles David, Henry Koster, Irving Pichel, Frank Ryan
- Black & White / Color
- Closed Captioned:
- Cast: Deanna Durbin, Robert Paige, Robert Stack, Charles Laughton, Robert Cummings, Akim Tamiroff, Eugene Pallette, Guy Kibbee, Helen Parrish, David Bruce, Leonid Kinskey, Margaret Tallichet, Lewis Howard, June Vincent, Catharine Doucet, Leatrice Joy, June Storey, Walter Catlett, Ray Collins, Frank Jenks, Andrew Tombes, Thomas Gomez, Leonard Elliott, Kathleen Howard, Thurston Hall... More