Three Little Words

Three Little Words

Director: Richard Thorpe Cast: Fred Astaire, Red Skelton, Vera-Ellen

DVD (Remastered / Subtitled / Full Frame)

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Product Details

Release Date: 04/25/2006
UPC: 0012569699229
Original Release: 1950
Rating: NR
Source: Warner Home Video
Region Code: 1
Time: 1:42:00
Sales rank: 23,726

Special Features

Closed Caption; New featurette; Three Little Words:; Traveltalk Short; Two Swell Guys; Vintage Fitzpatrick; Traveltalk Short; Roaming Through Michigan; ; Classic Collection; Ventriloquist Cat; ; Audio-Only bonus; Paula Stone's Hollywood USA; Radio Promo; Theatrical trailer; Languages: English

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Fred Astaire Bert Kalmar
Red Skelton Harry Ruby
Vera-Ellen Jessie Brown Kalmar
Arlene Dahl Eileen Percy
Keenan Wynn Charlie Kope
Debbie Reynolds Helen Kane
Gale Robbins Terry Lordel
Gloria DeHaven Mrs. Carter De Haven
Phil Regan Himself
Harry Shannon Clanahan
Paul Harvey Al Masters
Carleton Carpenter Dan Healy
Anita Ellis Singing Voice of Vera-Ellen
Helen Kane Singing Voice of Debbie Reynolds
Phyllis Kennedy Mother
Donald Kerr Stage Manager
Pat Williams Assistant
Tony Taylor Kid
Harry Barris Pianist
Douglas Carter Stagehand
Harry Cody Prop Man
Bert Davidson Photographer
Elzie Emanuel Black Boy
Pat Flaherty Coach
Sig Frohlich Messenger
Alex Gerry Marty Collister
Billy Gray Boy
Sherry Hall Pianist
George Magrill Piano Mover
Mickey Martin Callboy
John R. McKee Baseball Player
Beverly Michaels Shipboard Woman
Fred Millican Baseball Player
Harry Ruby Baseball Player
Fred Santley Juice Vendor
George Sherwood Director
William Tannen Photographer
Charles Wagenheim Johnny
Pierre Watkin Philip Goodman
Harry B. Mendoza Mendoza the Great
Sid Saylor Barker

Technical Credits
Richard Thorpe Director
Fred Astaire Choreography
Jack Cummings Producer
Cedric Gibbons Art Director
Harry Jackson Cinematographer
Bert Kalmar Score Composer
Ben Lewis Editor
Urie McCleary Art Director
Warren Newcombe Special Effects
Hermes Pan Choreography
André Previn Score Composer,Musical Direction/Supervision
Helen Rose Costumes/Costume Designer
Harry Ruby Score Composer
George Wells Screenwriter
Edwin B. Willis Set Decoration/Design

Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Three Little Words
1. Credits [1:41]
2. Where Did You Get That Girl? [2:07]
3. Busy Bert [3:27]
4. Kendall's Assistant [6:37]
5. Mr. & Mrs. Hoofer at Home [4:50]
6. Turned Down [3:18]
7. My Sunny Tennessee [5:22]
8. One-Tune Twosome [3:21]
9. So Long O0-Long [1:52]
10. Who's Sorry Now [3:15]
11. Sore Solo Spot [3:26]
12. Come on Papa [2:34]
13. Nevertheless, I'm in Love With You [3:01]
14. Honeymoon Express [3:07]
15. All Alone Monday (1) [4:31]
16. All Alone Monday (2) [4:01]
17. Baseball Diversion [4:51]
18. Friendly Sabotage [2:06]
19. I Wanna Be Loved by You [2:47]
20. Thinking of You [4:54]
21. Baseball Diversion #2 [3:00]
22. Movie Star [2:16]
23. I Love You So Much [4:11]
24. Charlie Spills the Beans [4:48]
25. Split-Up and Match-Up [4:19]
26. Reluctant Reunion [3:54]
27. Three Little Words [3:38]
28. "And-Then-We-Wrote" Medley [2:15]
29. Three Little Words [2:03]
30. Cast List [:30]

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Three Little Words 5 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
DCGuy More than 1 year ago
The movie deals with the song writing duo of Bert Kalmar and Harry Ruby who produced many songs from the late 1910 to 1920's. Fred Astaire and Red Skelton play the song writing team and the co-stars are Vera-Ellen and Arlene Dahl who play their respective spouses. Many well choreographed dance scenes in this movie with Vera-Ellen showing how athletic and graceful she is. Astaire is in his usual fine form in this movie. Red Skelton does not get to perform his usual pratfall comedic routines in this movie, but he still has his moments. Arlene Dahl has her usual glamorous aura. You also get to see a very young Debbie Reynolds acting in this movie (although her singing was dubbed). Some of the music is not too familiar with the current music trends of present, but the "Who's Sorry Now" song should be familiar to many. It is sung by Gloria DeHaven who played her mother in the movie (her mother was also in the musical field). Outside of the song writing aspect of the movie, both men yearn to other dreams besides song writing. Astaire wants to be a magician while Red wants to be a baseball player. In the end, they realize that song writing is something that they were probably better in. The movie has a hidden message that you need to have a backup plan in life. When your first aspirations don't pan out, you need to have something to fall back on in life. For the two men, it was songwriting.