Call Me Mister is a 1951 musical film released by Twentieth Century-Fox. The feature was directed by Lloyd Bacon and re-written from the Broadway play version by Albert E. Lewin and Burt Styler. Call Me Mister was shot in Technicolor and CinemaScope, and starred Betty Grable and Dan Dailey and co-starred Danny Thomas with supporting players Dale Robertson, Benvay Venuta, and Richard Boone. The film was a film version of the Broadway version of Call Me Mister, but was also changed to be a remake of Betty Grable's 1941 film A Yank in the RAF. It was one of Grable's final "successful" films as...
|Release date:||January 31, 1951|
|Directed by:||Lloyd Bacon|
|Adapted from:||Call Me Mister|