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1947 Mother Wore Tights Lobby CardGo Back
Mother Wore Tights is a 1947 Technicolor musical film starring Betty Grable and Dan Dailey as married vaudeville performers, directed by Walter Lang. This was Grable and Dailey’s first film together, based on a book of the same name by Miriam Young. It was the highest grossing film of Grable’s career up to this time, earning more than $5 million at the box office. It was also 20th Century Fox’s most successful film of 1947.
Alfred Newman won the Academy Award for Best Music, Scoring of a Musical Picture. Josef Myrow (music) and Mack Gordon (lyrics) were nominated for Original Song (“You Do”), while Harry Jackson was nominated for Color Cinematography.
Presented is a 11×14 lobby card from the 1947 film Mother Wore Tights. It shows mild display wear especially concentrated along the borders/edges.