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Lady Luck (1946)





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Barbara Hale landed her first A-picture starring role in the engaging romantic comedy Lady Luck. Hale is cast as Mary Audrey, the descendant of a long line of professional gamblers. Haughtily turning up her nose at the "family business," Mary spends most of her time keeping her poker-happy grandfather William (Frank Morgan) from losing his shirt. In spite of herself, Mary falls in love with another gambler, Larry Scott (Robert Young), but only after he promises to reform. Naturally he doesn't, compelling Mary to leave him on their honeymoon, thereby setting the stage for all the comic complications to follow. By film's end, Mary herself has caught the gambling bug, forcing Grandpa William and husband Larry to straighten her out! ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi


Robert Young
as Larry Scott
Barbara Hale
as Mary Audrey
Frank Morgan
as William Audrey
James Gleason
as Sacramento Sam
Don Rice
as Eddie
Harry Davenport
as Judge Martin
Lloyd Corrigan
as Little Joe
Teddy Hart
as Little Guy
Joseph Vitale
as Happy Johnson
Douglas Morrow
as Dan Morgan
Robert Clarke
as Southern Officer
Larry Wheat
as Calm Card Player
Alf Haugan
as Sign Maker
Alvin Hammer
as Man in Book Store
Betty Gillette
as Stewardess
Russell Simpson
as Daniel Boone
Harry Depp
as Elderly Gent
Grayce Hampton
as Woman in Book Shop
Eric Mayne
as Gambler
Sam Harris
as Gambler
Billy Snyder
as Gambler
Clyde McAtee
as Gambler
Jack J. Ford
as Gambler
Jack Arkin
as Gambler
Sam Lufkin
as Gambler
Paul Lacy
as Gambler
Sammy Shack
as Gambler
Bert Moorhouse
as Billiard Player
Jack Stoney
as Billiard Player
Mary Field
as Tall, Thin Woman
Forrest Taylor
as Gen. Sherman
Dick Elliott
as Fat Man
Joe Whitehead
as Bartender
Lawrence Wheat
as Calm Card Player
Jack Norton
as Bartender
Al Rhein
as Croupier
Harry Harvey
as Desk Clerk
Eddie Dunn
as Police Lieutenant
Nancy Saunders
as Manicurist
Frank Dae
as Man in Hallway
Lorin Raker
as Process Server
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The story, which is spiced by the Las Vegas backgrounds, is amusing but over-anxious in repeated detail.

April 5, 2019 | Full Review…

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