The Info List - A Girl With Ideas

A Girl With Ideas is a 1937 American comedy-drama film, directed by S. Sylvan Simon for Universal Pictures. It stars Wendy Barrie, Walter Pidgeon, and Kent Taylor.[1] Cast[edit]

Wendy Barrie
Wendy Barrie
- Mary Morton Walter Pidgeon
Walter Pidgeon
- Mickey McGuire Kent Taylor - Frank Barner Dorothea Kent
Dorothea Kent
- Isabelle Foster George Barbier - John Morton Henry Hunter = William Duncan Samuel S. Hinds
Samuel S. Hinds
- Rodding Carter Edward Gargan
Edward Gargan
- Eddie Ted Osborne - Bailey Horace McMahon
Horace McMahon
- Al George Humbert - Toni Norman Willis - Hanson


^ "A Girl With Ideas". TCM. Retrieved 10 July 2014. 

External links[edit]

A Girl With Ideas at the Internet Movie Database

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Films directed by S. Sylvan Simon

A Girl with Ideas (1937) Prescription for Romance
Prescription for Romance
(1937) The Crime of Dr. Hallet (1938) The Nurse from Brooklyn
The Nurse from Brooklyn
(1938) Spring Madness
Spring Madness
(1938) Four Girls in White
Four Girls in White
(1939) The Kid from Texas (1939) These Glamour Girls
These Glamour Girls
(1939) Dancing Co-Ed
Dancing Co-Ed
(1939) Two Girls on Broadway
Two Girls on Broadway
(1940) Sporting Blood (1940) Dulcy (1940) Keeping Company
Keeping Company
(1940) Washington Melodrama
Washington Melodrama
(1941) Whistling in the Dark (1941) The Bugle Sounds
The Bugle Sounds
(1942) Rio Rita (1942) Grand Central Murder
Grand Central Murder
(1942) Tish (1942) Whistling in Dixie
Whistling in Dixie
(1942) Salute to the Marines
Salute to the Marines
(1943) Whistling in Brooklyn
Whistling in Brooklyn
(1943) Song of the Open Road
Song of the Open Road
(1944) Son of Lassie
Son of Lassie
(1945) Abbott and Costello in Hollywood (1945) Bad Bascomb (1946) The Thrill of Brazil
The Thrill of Brazil
(1946) The Cockeyed Miracle
The Cockeyed Miracle
(1946) Her Husband's Affairs (1947) I Love Trouble (1948) The Fuller Brush Man (1948) Lust for Gold
Lust for Gold

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