|Writers||Leighton Brill (adaptation) (as Leighton K. Brill)
Michael Foster (story)
|Cast||Shirley Ross Barton Hepburn Jane Farrar Roger Clark Cheryl Walker Elisabeth Risdon Lillian Randolph Peter Garey Renie Riano Harry Crocker Vivien Fay Alicia Markova Anton Dolin|
|Plot||... see A Song for Miss Julie on IMDb|
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|A Song for Miss Julie is a fascinating musical produced in the nineteen forties. The film features sharp dialogue with snappy retorts, aiming for a more high class audience than most motion pictures of the time. When two northern playwrights come to the South to dig up information for their biographical play, they're met with resistance from the family who refuses to give up their secrets. Immediately, the clash between North and South is evident, but also between high class and low class. But A Song for Miss Julie is noble enough not to paint either side as fools, allowing contemporary audiences to get a engrossing look at nineteen forties class structure, prejudices, and subtle interactions.|
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