Two Sisters From Boston

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By 1946, MGM's musical output was in the hands of two men: the incisive, progressive Arthur Freed, and the sentimental, old-fashioned Joe Pasternak. It was Pasternak who held the reins on Two Sisters from Boston, a period piece set in New York. June Allyson and Kathryn Grayson arrive fresh from prim 'n' proper Boston, only to secure work as entertainers in a rowdy Bowery saloon. Since the saloon owner is lovable old Jimmy Durante, the girls have nothing to fear so far as physical outrages are concerned, though they just barely withstand the assault to their eardrums when Schnozzola sings "G'wan Home, Your Mother's Calling." The cultural portion of the program is handled by Metropolitan Opera star Lauritz Melchior, who though in excellent voice isn't as much fun to watch as Durante. The efficacy of Joe Paternak's candy-box approach was proven by the excellent boxoffice response to Two Sisters From Boston.

Cast

Kathryn Grayson
as Abigail Chandler
June Allyson
as Martha Canford Chandler
Peter Lawford
as Lawrence Tyburt Patterson Jr.
Ben Blue
as Wrigley
Isobel Elsom
as Aunt Jennifer
Harry Hayden
as Uncle Jonathan
Thurston Hall
as Lawrence Patterson
Nella Walker
as Mrs. Lawrence Patterson
Gino Corrado
as Ossifish
Jack Roth (IV)
as Singing Waiter
Eddie Jackson (V)
as Singing Waiter
Ralph Sanford
as Recording Studio Doorman
Chester Clute
as Opera Stage Doorman
Dewey Robinson
as Bouncer at The Golden Rooster
Vince Barnett
as Singing Waiter
Norman Leavitt
as Singing Waiter
Paul Newlan
as Stagehand
Byron Foulger
as Recording Technician
Jimmy Conlin
as Grandpa Chandler
Grady Sutton
as Recital Guest
Erville Alderson
as Mr. Mulberry
Tim Ryan
as Mr. Dibson
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