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The Fleet's In (1942)
with Dorothy Lamour & William Holden
A shy sailor becomes known as a sea wolf when his picture is taken with a famous actress.
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Star Spangled Rhythm (1942)
with Bob Hope & Bing Crosby
A Paramount Pictures switchboard operator teams up with the studio's security guard to pull off a charade.
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Happy Go Lucky (1943)
with Mary Martin & Dick Powell
A gold-digger hopes to land a rich husband in Trinidad, but gets mixed up with a beach boy and voodoo.
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Let's Face It (1943)
with Bob Hope
A stationed soldier and his fat farm proprietor fiancÚ want to get married but don't have enough money.
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The Miracle Of Morgan's Creek (1944)
with Eddie Bracken
A small-town girl wakes up to find herself married and pregnant, but with no memory of her husband's identity.
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And The Angels Sing (1944)
with Dorothy Lamour & Fred MacMurray
The Angel Sisters form a singing act to pay off their debts, only to discover their bandleader has debts of his own.
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Here Come The Waves (1944)
with Bing Crosby & Sonny Tufts
Twin sisters Rosemary and Susie Allison enlist in the Navy WAVES, each for different reasons.
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Incendiary Blonde (1945)
with Arturo de Cordova
Texas Guinan rises from Wild West shows to become the "Queen of the Nightclubs" during Prohibition.
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Duffy's Tavern (1945)
with Ed Gardner & Victor Moore
Popular film stars are recruited for a benefit show to help out a broke businessman.
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The Stork Club (1945)
with Barry Fitzgerald
A hat-check girl at New York's Stork Club gets rich quick when she saves a millionaire's life.
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Cross My Heart (1946)
with Sonny Tufts
A woman confesses to murder so her lawyer husband can clear her and build a reputation for himself.
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The Perils Of Pauline (1947)
with John Lund
The true story of Pearl White, the world's worst actress who rises to stardom as a serial queen.
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Dream Girl (1948)
with Macdonald Carey
A lonely, self-centered rich girl daydreams about finding happiness in different situations.
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Red, Hot and Blue (1949)
with Victor Mature
An actress finds herself in a jam when a gangster, who is backing her show, is found dead in her apartment.
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Annie Get Your Gun (1950)
with Howard Keel
Irving Berlin's fanciful musical biography of wild West sharpshooter Annie Oakley.
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Let's Dance (1950)
with Fred Astaire
A singer gets control of her career and life with the help of her showbiz partner.
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The Greatest Show On Earth (1952)
with Charlton Heston & James Stewart
A circus ringmaster and an egotistical trapeze artist vie for the love of a pretty acrobat.
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Sailor Beware (1952)
with Dean Martin & Jerry Lewis
Two sailors wreck havoc on the Navy and the women that love them. Betty appears briefly in a cameo as Dean Martin's girlfriend "Hetty Button".
Somebody Loves Me (1952)
with Ralph Meeker
The trials and tribulations of vaudevillian star Blossom Seeley and her husband Benny Fields.
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Spring Reunion (1957)
with Dana Andrews
A lonely spinster finds romance with a former highschool sweetheart at an alumni reunion.
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Queens Of The Air (1938)
Nan Wynn, Benay Venuta and other popular female singers from radio and the stage perform the top tunes of the day. Betty sings "The Dipsy Doodle."
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Vincent Lopez & His Orchestra (1939)
Tired of playing Lopez's theme song "Nola", the band sing and play other songs instead. Betty sings "Old Man Mose" and "Crazy Rhythm".
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Three Kings And A Queen (1939)
A Paramount Headliner featuring Vincent Lopez and his Orchestra. Betty does a jitterbug version of "Where Has My Little Dog Gone."
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Public Jitterbug No. 1 (1939)
Swing music spreads the nation and the hunt is on for "Public Jitterbug No. 1". Betty sings the title tune and "The Gentleman Prefers To Dance".
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One For The Book (1940)
On a desktop with many books, familiar characters in literature come to life. Betty sings "Old Man Mose Ain't Dead" and "Mr. End Man".
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Strictly G.I. (1943)
A filmed broadcast of the Command Performance radio program with Bob Hope, Lana Turner and Judy Garland. Betty sings "Murder, He Says".
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Skirmish On The Home Front (1944)
Documentary short extolling the virtues and benefits of the American government's wartime Economic Stabilization Plan.
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Hollywood Victory Caravan (1945)
Paramount's top film stars prepare for a Victory War Bonds show and take a special guest with them. Betty sings "Plain Jane Doe".
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Satins And Spurs (1954)
A cowgirl comes to New York to ride in the Madison Square Rodeo and gets more than she bargained for when a photographer covers her every move.
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That's My Mom (1958)
Before The Betty Hutton Show, Betty filmed an usold pilot for CBS in which she portrayed a widow trying to cope with raising five children on her own.
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The Betty Hutton Show (1959-1960)
A talkative showgirl turned manicurist unexpectedly inherits $60 million from a client, a rich Wall Street broker, along with his three orphaned children.
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The Greatest Show On Earth (1964)
A high flying trapeze artist attempts to recapture her former star in the spotlight of the Barnum and Bailey circus.
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Burke's Law (1964, 1965)
Betty made two guest appearances on Burke's Law: first as the wife of a murdered fashion house owner, and then as a "spec girl" in the circus.
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Gunsmoke (1965)
A widow stranded in Dodge City, Kansas with her young son blames Marshal Matt Dillon for the death of her husband.
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Baretta (1977)
Upon hearing that his father had a hit put out on him, a detective tracks down those responsible for his father's death.
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Variety, Interviews and Miscellaneous
From variety programs to game shows, Betty made many guest appearances on television, whether to perform or to be interviewed.
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