Bognor Regis Observer – Saturday, 15 September 1951

PAVILION, SELSEY THE domestic drama, "MY DAUGHTER JOY," with three-star * line-up ot Edward G. Robinson, Peggy Cummins and Richard Greene comes to the screen of the Pavilion, Selsey, for the first part of next week. Peggy Cummins plays the part the spoilt daughter of Edward G. Robinson, and Richard Greene plays opposite her as Larry. For the remainder of the week, M-O-M’s screen triumph, "ANNIE GET YOUR GUN,” will be the attraction. Starring Betty Hutton as Annie, and Howard Keel as Frank Butler, the film has everything good musical needs. Prom the pen of Irving Berlin flows the eleven tunes which lilt their way through the film. Every one them became a" hit," from the energetic "Anything You Can Do " to the more romantic " They Say That Falling in Love is WonderfuL" .

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