|Earl Carroll Sketchbook|
|Directed by||Albert S. Rogell|
|Screenplay by||Frank Gill Jr.|
|Story by||Frank Gill Jr.|
|Produced by||Robert North|
Barbara Jo Allen
Edward Everett Horton
|Cinematography||Jack A. Marta|
|Edited by||Richard L. Van Enger|
|Music by||Nathan Scott|
|Distributed by||Republic Pictures|
Earl Carroll Sketchbook is a 1946 American musical film directed by Albert S. Rogell and written by Frank Gill Jr. and Parke Levy. The film stars Constance Moore, William Marshall, Bill Goodwin, Johnny Coy, Barbara Jo Allen and Edward Everett Horton. The film was released on August 22, 1946, by Republic Pictures.
Jingle writer Ty Bruce and secretary Pam Thayer have grand ambitions to become a serious songwriter and a singer, respectively. Advertising agent Lynn Stafford tries to attract Ty's romantic interest, while Pam's roommate Sherry Lane offers to help Pam audition one of Ty's tunes for the "Earl Carroll Sketchbook," a big New York revue.
Carroll's stage manager Rick Castle offers a job to Pam, liking her voice and also believing she wrote the song. When she catches Ty kissing Lynn, a scheme commences with Pam pretending to suffer from amnesia after a minor accident. Ty gradually realizes how much he cares for her, whereupon both end up being hired by the revue.
- Constance Moore as Pamela Thayer
- William Marshall as Tyler Brice
- Bill Goodwin as Rick Castle
- Johnny Coy as Johnny
- Barbara Jo Allen as Sherry Lane
- Edward Everett Horton as Dr. Milo Edwards
- Hillary Brooke as Lynn Stafford
- Dorothy Babb as Babs
- Robert Homans as Pop Edgar
- Ray Walker as Agent Sammy Harris
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