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Annie Get Your Gun

Annie Get Your Gun

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The guy is Edmond OBrien, playing Steve, a shy shipping magnate. The girl is Lucille Ball, playing Dot, a down-to-earth, bright-as-a-penny executive assistant. The gob (sailor slang for swabbie) is George Murphy, playing Coffee Cup, a light-on-his-feet soon-to-be-former Navy man who plays all the angles with heart to spare. Together, they make three sides of a triangle that sparks more laughs and affection than tension and division. When Steve and Dot have a meet-cute (she accidently steals his opera box seats and drops her purse on his head), her sense and sensibility, along with her You Can't Take It with You-style clan prove the tonic that Steve needs to escape his shell. When Dots fiance, Coffee Cup, arrives on leave from the Navy, he proves more comrade than complication, and a delight of confusions ensues as each tries to do right by the other. The hand of silent-comedy king Harold Lloyd is felt throughout this fine, fizzy film.

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    Title: Annie Get Your Gun
    Genre: Musicals (Theatrical), Biography
    Starring: Louis Calhern, J. Carrol Naish, Edward Arnold, Keenan Wynn
    Director: George Sidney
    Attributes: Manufactured on Demand, Full Frame, Amaray Case, Subtitled
    Release Date: 6/13/2017
    Original Year: 1950
    Product Type: DVD
    Rated: NR
    Catalog #: 1000642700
    UPC: 888574489014
    Item #: 1896801X

    Technical Information

    Street Date: 6/13/2017
    Run Time: 107 minutes
    Studio: Warner Archives