Second Fiddle Script

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Director:Sidney Lanfield
Written by:George Bradshaw (Story), Harry Tugend (Writer)

Script Synopsis:Studio publicist discovers Minnesota skating teacher and takes her to Hollywood. She goes back to Minnesota but he follows her.

Captain January Script

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Director:David Butler
Written by:Laura E. Richards (Story), Sam Hellman (Screenplay), Gladys Lehman (Screenplay), Harry Tugend (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:Shirley lives with a lighthouse keeper (Kibbee) who rescued her when her parents drowned. A truant officer (Haden) decides she should go to boarding school, but she's rescued by relatives. Buddy Ebsen dances "At The Codfish Ball" with Shirley.

Little Miss Broadway Script

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Director:Irving Cummings
Written by:Harry Tugend (Screenplay), Jack Yellen (Screenplay)

Script Synopsis:An orphan is provisionally adopted by the manager of a hotel populated by show business people. The hotel's owner doesn't like the entertainers and wants the girl returned to the orphanage.

Pocketful Of Miracles Script

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Director:Frank Capra
Written by:Harry Tugend (Writer), Hal Kanter (Writer), Jimmy Cannon (Dialogue)

Script Synopsis:Damon Runyon's fairytale, sweet and funny, is told by director Frank Capra. Boozy, brassy Apple Annie, a beggar with a basket of apples, is as much as part of downtown New York as old Broadway itself. Bootlegger Dave the Dude is a sucker for her apples --- he thinks they bring him luck. But Dave and girlfriend Queenie Martin need a lot more than luck when it turns out that Annie is in a jam and only they can help: Annie's daughter Louise, who has lived all her life in a Spanish convent, is coming to America with a Count and his son. The count's son wants to marry Louise, who thinks her mother is part of New York society. It's up to Dave and Queenie and their Runyonesque cronies to turn Annie into a lady and convince the Count and his son that they are hobnobbing with New York's elite.