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True, she had also just completed Girl Crazy (1943) as well, but even in that, her final complete film with Mickey Rooney, she was a completely different character than in all of the other Garland/Rooney pictures.
In this film, Mickey chased Judy rather than the other way around, and she was portrayed not as a teenager deep in puppy love, but as a lovely young woman.
Martin and Blane also contributed to other films including "Three Cheers For The Yanks" to was their big chance.
Freed felt strongly enough about their abilities to ask them to write new songs for Meet Me In St.
Smith's decision to move the family to New York, and the subsequent tension it creates for the final half of the film, is from a small three-page episode in the book; and finally, it's Agnes who ends the book by saying "I can't believe it. The property was bought by MGM, so Martin and Blane, along with stars Nancy Walker, Tommy Dix and Gil Stratton, were brought out to MGM to adapt the show for the screen.
Several screen writers and authors took a stab at it.
Sally Benson herself worked on what became a 198 page treatment written with Doris Gilbert between March 30 and May 9, 1942.
MGM purchased the screen rights to Sally Benson's "Kensington Stories" for ,000.00 on March 1, 1942.
Right away, the story went through the screen writing process at MGM.