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Postwar life sees everyone’s favorite brassy showgirl Maisie Ravier trade in the floor show for the steno pad as a graduate of Benson’s Business School in Up Goes Maisie (1946).  But her gams prove a distraction too tempting for the wolves of mid-management, so Maisie goes undercover as a book worm by lowering her hemline and donning specs. Landing a job with a handsome aviation engineer (George Murphy), Maisie uncovers corporate chicanery surrounding her boss’s aircraft plans and finds herself flying solo — hundreds of feet above the Rose Bowl!

Posted on Monday, February 10th 2014

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Maisie Was a Lady (1941)

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Maisie Ravier (Ann Sothern) loses her current position grabs her hat and gets herself a new job. She has lost and gaines her job due to Bob Rawlston (Lew Ayres) a rich boozing playboy.

She works at the Rawlston estate first as a house maid and then as the personal maid to Bob’s sister Abby (Mary O’Sullivan).

Bob’s wasting his life and Mary is engaged to a heel. Let’s see Maisie set everyone on the right path.

Three years later, Lew Ayres is still channeling Ned “Neddy” Seton from Holiday.

We get to hear Maisie’s real name Mary Anastasia O’Conner, several times during the film. No wonder she prefers her stage name!

Fourth in the series and this one is great. Good story, great actors, it’s very entertaining

Available as part of the Maisie Collection, Vol. 1

Posted on Saturday, December 28th 2013

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