When You're Smiling (film)

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When You're Smiling
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Theatrical release poster
Directed by Joseph Santley
Written by Karen DeWolf
Jack Roberts
Produced by Jonie Taps
Starring Jerome Courtland
Frankie Laine
Lola Albright
Cinematography Vincent J. Farrar
Edited by Edwin H. Bryant
Music by George Duning
Distributed byColumbia Pictures
Release date
August 30, 1950
Running time
75 minutes
CountryUnited States

When You're Smiling is a 1950 American musical film directed by Joseph Santley and starring Jerome Courtland, Frankie Laine and Lola Albright. [1]




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