My Dear Miss Aldrich (1937)

Genres - Comedy  |   Sub-Genres - Farce  |   Release Date - Sep 17, 1937 (USA - Unknown)  |   Run Time - 73 min.  |   Countries - USA  |  
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When Walter Pidgeon wasn't playing Greer Garson's perfect husband at MGM, he could usually be found portraying a newspaper editor. This is how we find him in My Dear Miss Aldrich, the first MGM flick in which Pidgeon was awarded top billing. Maureen O'Sullivan plays the title character, a glamorous schoolteacher who receives an inheritance from a wealthy relative. That legacy turns out to be the very newspaper managed by Mr. Pidgeon--and the usual fireworks result. My Dear Miss Aldrich was written by Herman J. Mankiewicz, a former newspaperman who would cap his cinematic reminiscences with his 1940 screenplay for Citizen Kane.



editor, newspaper, schoolteacher, inheritance, battle-of-the-sexes