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Eve Knew Her Apples is an pinchpenny musical reworking of Frank Capra's Oscar-winning Frank Capra. Musical star Ann Miller takes over the Claudette Colbert role; this time she's not a runaway heiress but a runaway radio star, escaping her stuffy fiance rather than her autocratic father. William Wright assumes the Clark Gable part as the man who helps the girl on her flight for his own mercenary interests, but who eventually falls in love with her. Clocking in at 64 minutes rather than Frank Capra's 105, Eve Knew Her Apples is more successful as a showcase for the terpsichorean talents of Ann Miller than as a romantic comedy. Columbia Pictures would attempt to musicalize Frank Capra again with 1956's Clark Gable, filmed with ten times the budget but only half the entertainment value of Eve Knew Her Apples. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi

Cast

Ann Miller
as Eve Porter
William Wright
as Ward Williams
Ray Walker
as George McGrew
Charles D. Brown
as Joe Gordon
John Eldredge
as Walter W. Walters II
Eddie Bruce
as Roberts
Hank Bell
as Mr. Green
Abe Dinovitch
as Wrestler
George Ford
Al Hill
as 1st Officer on Motorcycle
Si Jenks
as Landlord
Jack Rice
as Hotel Clerk
Dick Rush
as Sheriff
Sid Saylor
as 2nd Officer on Motorcycle
Harry Semels
as Tony
John Tyrrell
as Reporter
Frank Jaquet
as Doctor
Jessie Arnold
as Mrs. Green
Boyd Davis
as Mr. Birch
Betty Hill
as Maid
Jessie Arnold
as Mrs. Green
Si Jenks
as Landlord
Jack Rice
as Hotel Clerk
Al Hill
as 1st Officer on Motorcycle
Boyd Davis
as Mr. Birch
John Tyrrell
as Reporter
Frank Jaquet
as Doctor
Abe Dinovitch
as Wrestler
Hank Bell
as Mr. Green
Harry Semels
as Tony
Sid Saylor
as 2nd Officer on Motorcycle
Dick Rush
as Sheriff

Crew

Will Jason
Director
Wallace MacDonald
Producer
Rian James
Screenwriter
Eddie Moran
Screenwriter
Burnett Guffey
Cinematographer
Jimmy Kennedy
Composer (Music Score)
Gene de Paul
Composer (Music Score)
Don Raye
Composer (Music Score)
Louis Diage
Production Designer
Louis Diage
Set Designer
Ray Nazarro
First Assistant Director
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