The movie is about a young woman named Connie (Doris Day) who is trying to find a husband. She goes to a charm school to learn how to be more popular, but she soon realizes that she doesn't need to change who she is to find love. She meets a man named Peter (Clark Gable) who loves her for who she is, and they live happily ever after.

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How to Be Very, Very Popular (1955)

1h 29m · 7/22/1955

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The movie is about a young woman named Connie (Doris Day) who is trying to find a husband. She goes to a charm school to learn how to be more popular, but she soon realizes that she doesn't need to change who she is to find love. She meets a man named Peter (Clark Gable) who loves her for who she is, and they live happily ever after.

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Cast
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Betty Grable

Stormy Tornado
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Sheree North

Curly Flagg
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Robert Cummings

Fillmore 'Wedge' Wedgewood
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Charles Coburn

Dr. Tweed
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Tommy Noonan

Eddie Jones
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Orson Bean

Toby Marshall
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Fred Clark

B.J. Marshall
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Charlotte Austin

Midge
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Alice Pearce

Miss 'Syl' Sylvester
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Rhys Williams

Cedric Flagg
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Andrew Tombes

Police Sgt. Moon
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Noel Toy

Cherry Blossom Wang
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Emory Parnell

Chief of Police
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Harry Carter

Bus Driver
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Jesslyn Fax

Music Teacher
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Jack Mather

1st Police Detective
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Mike Lally

2nd Police Detective (as Michael Lally)
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Milton Parsons

Mr. X - Bald Barber
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Janice Carroll

Burlesque Dancer
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Joan Holcombe

Burlesque Dancer
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Iona McKenzie

Burlesque Dancer
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Howard Petrie

Desk Sergeant
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Harry Seymour

Teacher
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Jean Walters

Telephone Operator
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Stanley Farrar

Professor
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Willard Waterman

Speaker
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Anthony Redondo

Airport Attendant
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Jean Acker

(uncredited)
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Gertrude Astor

(uncredited)
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Leah Baird

(uncredited)
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Gertrude Carr

(uncredited)
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Edmund Cobb

Cop (uncredited)
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Barry Coe

Student (uncredited)
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Richard Collier

Man in Bar (uncredited)
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Heinie Conklin

Yawning Man at Strip Bar (uncredited)
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Irene Crosby

Performer (uncredited)
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Mina Cunard

(uncredited)
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Harry Denny

Faculty Member (uncredited)
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Dan Dowling

(uncredited)
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Minta Durfee

Faculty Member (uncredited)
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Conrad Feia

Student (uncredited)
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Norman Field

Waiter Fleeting Strip Bar (uncredited)
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Paul Glass

Student (uncredited)
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Kit Guard

Man in Strip Bar (uncredited)
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Harlan Hoagland

(uncredited)
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Colin Kenny

Strip Bar Bartender (uncredited)
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Gustave Lax

Minor Role (uncredited)
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Gertrude Mack

(uncredited)
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Wilbur Mack

(uncredited)
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Hank Mann

News Vendor (uncredited)
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Ralph Moratz

Graduating Student (uncredited)
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Eva Novak

(uncredited)
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Leslie Parrish

Girl on Bus (uncredited)
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Dorothy Phillips

(uncredited)
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Paul Power

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Arline Pretty

(uncredited)
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Jack Raine

Speaker (uncredited)
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Bill Raisch

(uncredited)
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Buck Russell

Faculty Member (uncredited)
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Scott Seaton

(uncredited)
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Bernard Sell

(uncredited)
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Reginald Simpson

(uncredited)
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Garry Thorne

Student (uncredited)
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Colin Ward

(uncredited)
Crew
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Nunnally Johnson

Director
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Edward Hope

Writer
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Nunnally Johnson

Writer
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Howard Lindsay

Writer
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Lyford Moore

Writer
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Harlan Thompson

Writer
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