|Title||:||lux radio theater (149) she loves me not|
|Plot||:||+ The Lux Radio Theatre. November 8, 1937. "She Loves Me Not". Sponsored by: Lux. A chorus girl, wanted for being a material witness in a murder trial, takes refuge in Bing's college dormitory room. Bing gets to sing three tunes from the picture. Walters (singer), Dorothy Scott (commercial spokesman), Frank Woodruff (director), George Wells (adaptor), Charlie Forsyth (sound effecNan Grey, Sterling Holloway, William Frawley, Benjamin Glazer (screenwriter), Melville Ruick (announcer), Howard Lindsay (stage adaptor), Bing Crosby, Joan Blondell, Cecil B. DeMille, Louis Silvers (music director), Edward Hope (author), Una McClelland (intermission guest: UCLA cinematography student), Molly Merick (intermission guest: Hollywood columnist for The San Francisco Examiner), Barbara Weeks, Lou Merrill (doubles), Margaret Brayton (doubles), Lee Millar, Ross Forrester, Frank Nelson (performer, program opening + Bing Crosby plays the part of college student Paul Lanton as he re-enacts the role he played on the screen for Paramount in Howard Lindsey’s rich comedy She Loves Me Not. Joan Blondell plays the part of chorus girl Curly Flagg who witnesses a gangland killing at the nightclub where she works. She is afraid to testify and runs away and finds herself at Princeton University where she meets Paul Lanton and manages to persuade him to help her out. Paul and his friend Buzz decide that they will dress her up in boys’ clothes as a disguise. announcer), Justina Wayne, Sidney Newman (doubles), Ernie Adams (doubles), Jerrie Gail (doubles), James Eagles (doubles), Patsy Perrin (sound effects and "Taps"), Milliets).|
|File||:||Lux Radio Theater 37-11-08 (149) She Loves Me Not.mp3|
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