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"Believe Me, if All Those Endearing Young Charms" is a popular song written in 1808 by Irish poet Thomas Moore using a traditional Irish air. Moore's young wife had been stricken with an illness and worried that she would lose her looks. He wrote the words to reassure her.
Jerome Chodorov was an American playwright and librettist. He co-wrote the book for the musical Wonderful Town.
Those Endearing Young Charms is a 1945 American comedy film directed by Lewis Allen and written by Edward Chodorov and starring Robert Young, Laraine Day, Ann Harding, Bill Williams and Marc Cramer.
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My Sister Eileen is a series of autobiographical short stories by Ruth McKenney, originally published in The New Yorker, which eventually inspired many other works: My Sister Eileen, a play, a musical, a radio play, two motion pictures, and a CBS television series in the 1960–1961 season.
Zachary Scott was an American actor, most notable for his roles as villains and "mystery men".
Joan Carroll was an American child actress who appeared in films until retiring in 1945.
Mario Lanza: The American Caruso is a 90-minute 1983 PBS documentary, narrated and hosted by Plácido Domingo. It explores the life of tenor Mario Lanza, and includes clips from six of the tenor's eight films, together with interviews with such Lanza associates and contemporaries as Anna Moffo, Kathryn Grayson, Zsa Zsa Gabor, Joe Pasternak, and Dorothy Kirsten, Frances Yeend, and the conductor Peter Herman Adler. The film also includes interviews and remembrances from Lanza's mother and all four of his children. Production credits as follows: Written by Stephen Chodorov, Co-Executive Producer; Director John Musilli, Writer JoAnn Young.
Frank Chodorov was an American member of the Old Right, a group of libertarian thinkers who were non-interventionist in foreign policy and opposed to both the American entry into World War II and the New Deal. He was called by Ralph Raico "the last of the Old Right greats."
Philippe De Lacy was a silent film era child actor.
Virginia Gilmore was an American film, stage, and television actress.
Sandra Descher is an American former child actress of the 1950s.
Youth's Endearing Charm is a 1916 American silent drama film directed by William C. Dowlan. The film stars Mary Miles Minter, Wallace McDonald, and Harry von Meter. The script for the film was adapted by J. Edward Hungerford from a novel of the same name written by Maibelle Heikes Justice.
J. Edward Hungerford was an American silent film screenwriter.
Alma Mabel Conner, known professionally as Ann Gillis, was an American actress, best known for her film roles as a child actress. She was sometimes credited as Anne Gillis or Ann Gilles. She performed the voice of Faline in the 1942 Disney animated film Bambi.
Sunny is a 1941 American musical film directed by Herbert Wilcox and starring Anna Neagle, Ray Bolger, John Carroll, Edward Everett Horton, Grace Hartman, Paul Hartman, Frieda Inescort, and Helen Westley. It was adapted by Sig Herzig from the Jerome Kern-Oscar Hammerstein II musical play Sunny.
Donna Corcoran is an American former child actress who appeared in several Hollywood films of the early 1950s. She most notably appeared in two aquatic musicals that featured Esther Williams, and as a vulnerable girl being victimized by an emotionally disturbed babysitter in a more serious drama, Don't Bother to Knock.
Edward Chodorov, was a Broadway playwright, and the writer or producer of over 50 motion pictures.
The Affairs of Dobie Gillis is a 1953 comedy musical film. The film is based on the short stories by Max Shulman collected as The Many Loves of Dobie Gillis. Bobby Van played Gillis in this musical version, co-starring with Debbie Reynolds and Bob Fosse.
Wings of the Morning is a 1937 British drama film directed by Harold D. Schuster and starring Annabella, Henry Fonda, and Leslie Banks. Glenn Tryon was the original director but he was fired and replaced by Schuster. It was the first ever three-strip Technicolor movie shot in England or Europe.
Glen Vernon was an American actor.