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George Cukor Archives
George Cukor, Director • 51 Films
Born Yesterday (1950)
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    The Screen: What Did Ya' Have in Mind? (2 Reviews)
    Harvey (1950 Film), by Henry Koster
    1. Harvey (1950 Film) by Henry Koster
    2. Born Yesterday (1950 Film) by George Cukor
    Commonweal, December 29, 1950, p. 301
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    Movies: Happy New Year from Miss Dawn and Mr. Dowd (2 Reviews)
    Born Yesterday (1950 Film), by George Cukor
    1. Born Yesterday (1950 Film) by George Cukor
    2. Harvey (1950 Film) by Henry Koster
    The Saturday Review, January 6, 1951, p. 26
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    Movies: "Bloody, Bold and Resolute" (3 Reviews)
    Macbeth (1950 Film), by Orson Welles
    1. Macbeth (1950 Film) by Orson Welles
    2. Born Yesterday (1950 Film) by George Cukor
    3. Harvey (1950 Film) by Henry Koster
    The New Republic, January 15, 1951, pp. 30-32
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    The Current Cinema (3 Reviews)
    Two from Broadway
    1. Harvey (1950 Film) by Henry Koster
    2. Born Yesterday (1950 Film) by George Cukor
    3. For Heaven's Sake (1950 Film) by George Seaton
    The New Yorker, December 23, 1950, pp. 51-54
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    The Current Cinema: Summer Judy Holliday (3 Reviews)
    Born Yesterday (1950 Film), by George Cukor
    1. Born Yesterday (1950 Film) by George Cukor
    2. Quackser Fortune Has a Cousin in the Bronx (1970 Film) by Waris Hussein
    3. Something for Everyone (1970 Film) by Harold Prince
    The New Yorker, July 25, 1970, pp. 54-55
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    Films (4 Reviews)
    Born Yesterday (1950 Film), by George Cukor
    1. Born Yesterday (1950 Film) by George Cukor
    2. The Magnificent Yankee (1950 Film) by John Sturges
    3. Branded (1950 Film) by Rudolph Mate
    4. Morning Departure (1950 Film) by Roy Ward Baker
    The Nation, February 3, 1951, p. 113