Girl Next Door (1953)
|June Haver and Dan Dailey are enthralling as star-crossed neighbors who must overcome a young boy's scorn to let their blossoming love sing. "A lively, tuneful and amusing" (Cue) tale featuring "singable songs and original dances" (L.A. Examiner), The Girl Next Door is an entertaining gem of a musical that hits the perfect note!|
When stage star Jeannie Laird (Haver) meets her new widower neighbor, Bill Carter (Dailey), love is in the air. The only problem is Carter's young son, Joe. Threatened by a new woman in his father's life, Joe refuses to accept Jeannie and begins a mischievous campaign to keep her away. With Joe between them, Jeannie and Bill must find a way to earn the boy's acceptance if they're ever going to be more than just the lovers next door!
Editor's NoteThis1953 feature from 20th Century Fox and director Richard Sale stars June Haver as Jeannie Laird, a nightclub singer, whose life changes for the better when she meets a handsome next-door-neighbor (Dan Dailey).
|Cyril J. Mockridge - Original Music By|
|Isobel Lennart - Screenplay|
|Joseph C. Wright - Art Director|
|Leon Shamroy - Cinematographer|
|Leslie Bush-Fekete - Based On Story By|
|Lyle R. Wheeler - Art Director|
|Mary Helen Fay - Based On Story By|
|Richard Sale - Director|
|Robert Bassler - Producer|
|Robert L. Simpson - Editor|