martes, 28 de mayo de 2013
Divertida comedia de Edward H. Griffith que habla del sueño de unos muchachos por lograr la fama ante las cámaras. Destaca la presencia de William Holden y Susan Hayward. La música la pone el gran Victor Young.
For those, if any, who have wondered why so many Paramount contractees appeared in United Artists' films during the war years, this is another one of the Paramount productions that was sold to United Artists in the early-40's when U.A. was having trouble meeting their exhibitor contracts because of lack of product, mainly due to their loss of production in England. A group of starving, but young and willing, actors band together to share finances and an apartment. Norman Reese (William Holden) orders no love nonsense between the boys and girls till they are set on broadway, but Marge Benson (Barbara Britton) and Tony Dennison (James Beown) are already secretly married. A friend drops in to see Dottie Coburn (Martha O'Driscoll) and is shocked to find the boys and girls sharing the same apartment and insists it is her duty to inform Dottie's father (Jay Fassett.) Since Dottie is the only one with any money, the boys hurriedly pack their belongings and leave until after Mr. Coburn's ...
Intérpretes: William Holden, Eddie Bracken, Robert Benchley, Susan Hayward, Martha O'Driscoll, Barbara Britton
Guión: Virginia Van Upp
Música: Victor Young
Fotografía: Leo Tover
Título Original: Young and Willing
Duración: 83 min.