Penny Princess

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Actress Yolande Donlon and her producer-director husband Val Guest were the prime movers of the 1952 comedy Penny Princess. Donlon plays Lindy Smith, a Manhattan shopgirl who inherits a mythical European kingdom. Upon learning that the country is flat broke, Lindy applies her Yankee ingenuity towards hyping the country's one and only asset: alcohol-flavored cheese. Soon the tiny country is thriving economically, much to the dismay of a gang of smugglers who'd previously ruled the roost. The romantic angle is ...
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Actress Yolande Donlon and her producer-director husband Val Guest were the prime movers of the 1952 comedy Penny Princess. Donlon plays Lindy Smith, a Manhattan shopgirl who inherits a mythical European kingdom. Upon learning that the country is flat broke, Lindy applies her Yankee ingenuity towards hyping the country's one and only asset: alcohol-flavored cheese. Soon the tiny country is thriving economically, much to the dismay of a gang of smugglers who'd previously ruled the roost. The romantic angle is provided by Dirk Bogarde as a go-getting cheese salesman who falls for the heroine. A. E. Matthews, who by conservative estimate must have been 300 years old in 1952, has a sparkling cameo as Bogarde's boss.
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 7/19/2011
  • UPC: 089859874529
  • Original Release: 1953
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  • Source: Vci Video
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:34:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Yolande Donlan Lindy Smith
Dirk Bogarde Tony Craig
Edwin Styles Chancellor/Cobbler
Reginald Beckwith Finance Minister/Blacksmith
Kynaston Reeves Burgomeister/Policeman
A.E. Matthews Selby
Peter Butterworth Julien
Desmond Walter-Ellis Alberto
Alexander Gauge Lawyer
Robert Henderson Macy's Staff Manager
Fletcher Lightfoot
Macdonald Parke
Eric Pohlmann Paul
Derek Prentice
Paul Sheridan French Attache
Richard Wattis
Raf dela Torre
Anthony Oliver Selby's Valet
Laurence Naismith Louis
Mary Clare Maria
Technical Credits
Val Guest Director, Score Composer, Producer, Screenwriter
Maurice Carter Art Director
Beatrice Dawson Costumes/Costume Designer
Ernest Gasser Makeup
Frank Godwin Associate Producer
Ronald Hanmer Score Composer
Philip Martell Score Composer
Gordon K. McCallum Sound/Sound Designer
John W. Mitchell Sound/Sound Designer
Douglas Pierce Production Manager
Alfred Roome Editor
Sousa Score Composer
Earl St. John Executive Producer
Geoffrey Unsworth Cinematographer
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Penny Princess
1. Intro [6:27]
2. New York [5:44]
3. The Delivery Boy [5:50]
4. Friendly American [7:21]
5. Lampidorra [6:40]
6. Kidnapping [6:53]
7. We Are Parliment [7:40]
8. Schmugglin' [7:21]
9. Taste That! [8:39]
10. Big Surprise [7:53]
11. We Are the Government [10:27]
12. Chapel Bells [8:59]
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