A Song is Born

Helen McSweeney visits Virginia Mayo and Danny Kaye on the set of A Song is Born (1948).  Helen was the uncredited dialogue director on the film.  There is no mention of a writer among the on screen credits. only for Billy Wilders original screenplay of Ball of Fire.  Helen’s only other imdb credit is for Howard Hawks’ previous film, Red River, as his secretary.

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