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Good News Poster for the 1947 film Directed by Charles Walters Produced by Arthur Freed Written by Lew Brown (play) Laurence Schwab (play) Starring June Allyson Peter Lawford Music by Conrad Salinger Cinematography Charles Schoenbaum Editing by Albert Akst Distributed by Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer Release date(s) December 26, 1947 (1947-12-26) Running time 93 min. Country  United States Language English Good News is the title of two American MGM musical films based on the 1927 stage production of the same name. The first, released in 1930, was directed by Nick Grinde. The cast included Bessie Love, Cliff Edwards and Penny Singleton. The film was shot in black-and-white, although the finale was in Technicolor. (The surviving print lacks the finale; no footage is known to survive.) By the 1940s, the original had become illegal to view or exhibit in the United States due to its Pre-Code content, which included sexual innuendo and lewd suggestive humor. A sanitized 1947 version starred June Allyson, Peter Lawford, Mel Tormé, and Joan McCracken. The screenplay by Betty Comden and Adolph Green was directed by Charles Walters in Technicolor. The original score was embellished with tunes by Ralph Blane, Hugh Martin, and Roger Edens, who were nominated for the Academy Award for Best Original Song for "Pass That Peace Pipe." Contents 1 Cast (1930 version) 2 Synopsis (1947 version) 3 Cast (1947 version) 4 Soundtrack 5 References 6 See also 7 External links Cast (1930 version) Mary Lawlor as Connie Lane Stanley Smith as Tom Marlowe Bessie Love as Dixie O'Day Cliff Edwards as 'Pooch' Kearney Gus Shy as Bobbie Randall Lola Lane as Patricia Bingham Thomas E. Jackson as Coach Bill Johnson Delmer Daves as Beef Saunders Billy Taft as Sylvester Frank McGlynn as Professor Kenyon Penny Singleton as Flo Helyn Virgil as Girl Vera Marshe as Blonde Girl Synopsis (1947 version) World War I is over and the Roaring Twenties have arrived, and with them women have won the right to vote and college campuses, such as fictional Tait College, are as much a social scene as an academic one. Football is the big game, and Tait's star player Tom Marlowe (Peter Lawford) is a prime catch. All the girls are interested in Tom and vice-versa, although one society climber seems to have him in hand. Studious part-time school librarian Connie Lane (June Allyson) doesn't seem to have a chance and stays out of the fray. When Marlowe fails a final, he needs a tutor to help him pass so he can play in the big game on Saturday. Connie is selected to keep his nose to the grindstone, and the two fall for each other. The couple's romance can only endure if the team loses the big game. Cast (1947 version) June Allyson as Connie Lane Peter Lawford as Tommy Marlowe Patricia Marshall as Pat McClellan Joan McCracken as Babe Doolittle Ray McDonald as Bobby Turner Mel Tormé as Danny (as Mel Tormé) Robert E. Strickland as Peter Van Dyne III (as Robert Strickland) Donald MacBride as Coach Johnson Tom Dugan as Pooch Clinton Sundberg as Professor Burton Kennyon Loren Tindall as Beef Connie Gilchrist as Cora the cook Morris Ankrum as Dean Griswold Georgia Lee as Flo Jane Green as Mrs. Drexel Soundtrack Good News Music by Ray Henderson Lyrics by Lew Brown and Buddy G. DeSylva Sung by Joan McCracken and chorus Tait Song Music by Ray Henderson Lyrics by Lew Brown and Buddy G. DeSylva Performed by Joan McCracken and chorus Be a Ladies' Man Music by Ray Henderson Lyrics by Lew Brown and Buddy G. DeSylva Performed by Peter Lawford, Ray McDonald, Mel Tormé, Tom Dugan and Lon Tindal Lucky in Love Music by Ray Henderson Lyrics by Lew Brown and Buddy G. DeSylva Performed by Patricia Marshall, Joan McCracken, Mel Tormé, June Allyson and Peter Lawford The French Lesson Written by Roger Edens, Betty Comden and Adolph Green Performed by June Allyson and Peter Lawford The Best Things in Life Are Free Music by Ray Henderson Lyrics by Lew Brown and Buddy G. DeSylva Performed by June Allyson Performed also by Mel Tormé Pass That Peace Pipe Written by Roger Edens, Hugh Martin and Ralph Blane Performed by Joan McCracken, Ray McDonald and chorus Just Imagine Music by Ray Henderson Lyrics by Lew Brown and Buddy G. DeSylva Sung by June Allyson Varsity Drag Music by Ray Henderson Lyrics by Lew Brown and Buddy G. DeSylva Performed by June Allyson, Peter Lawford and chorus References See also List of early color feature films List of partially lost films External links Information about the 1947 film version 1930 film version at IMDB 1947 film version at IMDB Good News (films) at the TCM Movie Database Good News (films) at Allrovi v · d · eFilms directed by Charles Walters 1940s Good News (1947) · Easter Parade (1948) · The Barkleys of Broadway (1949) 1950s Summer Stock (1950) · Three Guys Named Mike (1951) · Texas Carnival (1951) · The Belle of New York (1952) · Lili (1953) · Dangerous When Wet (1953) · Torch Song (1953) · Easy to Love (1953) · The Glass Slipper (1955) · The Tender Trap (1955) · High Society (1956) · Don't Go Near the Water (1957) · Ask Any Girl (1959) 1960s Please Don't Eat the Daisies (1960) · Two Loves (1961) · Billy Rose's Jumbo (1962) · The Unsinkable Molly Brown (1964) · Walk, Don't Run (1966) v · d · eArthur Freed musical productions 1930s Babes In Arms (1939) 1940s Strike Up The Band (1940) • Little Nellie Kelly (1940) • Lady Be Good (1941) • Babes On Broadway (1941) • Panama Hattie (1942) • For Me & My Gal (1942) • Cabin In The Sky (1943) • Du Barry Was A Lady (1943) • Best Foot Forward (1943) • Girl Crazy (1943) • Meet Me In St. Louis (1944) • Yolanda & The Thief (1945) • The Harvey Girls (1946) • Ziegfeld Follies (1946) • Till The Clouds Roll By (1946) • Good News (1947) • Summer Holiday (1948) • The Pirate (1948) • Easter Parade (1948) • Words & Music (1948) • Take Me Out To The Ball Game (1949) • The Barkleys Of Broadway (1949) • On The Town (1949) 1950s Annie Get Your Gun (1950) • Pagan Love Song (1950) • Royal Wedding (1951) • Show Boat (1951) • An American In Paris (1951) • The Belle Of New York (1952) • Singin' In The Rain (1952) • The Band Wagon (1953) • Brigadoon (1954) • It's Always Fair Weather (1955) • Kismet (1955) • Invitation To The Dance (1956) • Silk Stockings (1957) • Gigi (1958) 1960s Bells Are Ringing (1960) Uncredited as producer The Wizard Of Oz (1939) • Meet The People (1944) Non-musicals The Clock (1945) • Any Number Can Play (1949) • Crisis (1950) • The Subterraneans (1960) • The Light In The Piazza (1962)